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Caltex Tampines BMW driver lived up to reputation of BMW drivers

Caltex Tampines BMW driver lived up to reputation of BMW drivers

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A good positive example.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who recognise the characters of others without difficulty, are nodding their heads in agreement saying that people these days behave in ways that prove them right.

This after a BMW driver refused to pay for the full tank of fuel and insisted on only bearing S$10 of cost while letting the pump attendant pay the rest of the bill, sparking conversations throughout the island that he is living up to the reputation of BMW drivers by being a positive demonstration.

One Singaporean, Hua Dua Qia, said: “The way the BMW driver behaved is just what I expected. Nothing more, nothing less.”

“It is almost as if driving a BMW makes one predisposed to certain behaviours.”

Other locals said it is these sorts of BMW drivers who give other BMW drivers a bad name by being unsurpassable.

Another local, Xi Cheow Bin, said: “Now there is a standard bearer, other BMW drivers must try harder to live it up.”

“It would be disappointing to see any BMW driver pump less than S$135 of petrol and insisting on paying more for it.”

“If you want to be High SES, be High SES all the way.”

“Pump already then don’t pay at all is the best.”

 





Photo of mattress on BMW convertible was stunt to prove S’poreans don’t do work

Photo of mattress on BMW convertible was stunt to prove S’poreans don’t do work

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It is part of a thesis that if everyone minded their own business instead of commenting online, economic growth will be 10% annually.

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The photo of a mattress transported on top of a BMW convertible that is making waves online in Singapore has turned out to be an elaborate stunt.

The head researcher for the project said that it is meant to demonstrate that Singapore is only experiencing 2 to 3 percent economic growth per year because no one is doing real work but wasting a lot of time commenting on other people’s lives online.

The researcher of the study, Pi Herch Dee, said: “If you think about it, the mattress on the BMW did not hurt anyone. It is not religious or irreligious. It did not cross any ethical boundaries. It did not even inconvenience anyone.”

“Therefore, if people refrained from passing on photos like these online and making snide comments on it, they would have more time to do real work.”

“With everyone employed and seriously working, Singapore might be able to find a cure for cancer and the economy will boom by 10 percent per year.”