PM Lee kneels in front of SMRT Feedback

Posted on 17 March 2016

Uh uh siol.

Photo stolen from here

Photo stolen from here

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are usually not impressed by anything because they consider themselves well-travelled and have a taste of finer things in life, are in awe.

This after they saw a photo showing Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong kneeling in front of SMRT Feedback.


SMRT Feedback is known for popularising the phrase, “Bodoh peh kambing”, which is loosely translated to mean “You stupid goat” or “I love you, dear”.

One Singaporean, Yang Ruo, said she is impressed beyond words: “It is good to see these two good old friends meeting in person and being so easy-going around each other.”

“Really shows that they go back a long way.”

Other Singaporeans said more should be done to show that both sides admire and care for each other.

Tun Xia Lai, another local, said: “The rest of the ministers and security staff should also kneel down next time.”






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