They are like, ‘I can influence you’.
This after this group of Singaporeans became convinced they can do things and put them up on social media and generate mind control spells to make other people react to it positively, resulting in sales and better take-up rates for services and products that believe in their bullshit and employ them for help.
One Singaporean, Mia Seah Chao, who believes she is a brand, said: “This is a form of work and I have to work to earn money, you know. This is hard work.”
“It is not as if I just take photos and upload on Instagram. Sometimes I need to take several shots just to choose one.”
Another local woman who believes she is a walkinng brand, said she agrees.
Ba Wang Chan, the other local woman, said: “Other Singaporeans might judge us and say that we are bimbos. But do you know how difficult it is to take a good photo?”
“Many Singaporeans have this misconception that I just go for events. But do they know I have to go for events and look like I enjoy it?”
“Sometimes behind the smiles in the photo is a sadness I cannot reveal.”
At press time, some Singaporeans have cancer after reading the points-of-view of these walking Singaporean brands.