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04.03.2012 | 坐好啲嚟

[Volume 7 Issue 3, #1343]
搭輕鐵火車嘅時候, 其中一種最乞我憎嘅人, 就係好似相中坐到死蛇爛鱔仲要翹起隻豬腿嘅人!! 冇厘貴格不特止(不過係佢個人修養問題, 我管不了), 坐到咁款真係俾企住嘅其他乘客帶來不便.. 成個下半身霸住一個企位, 其他人要企都要繞道或跨過去遷就.. 唔該坐直雙腳貼地, 為下其他人著想好唔好??
when i commute in trains, one of those people i hate most are those who sit like no backbone and crossing their "trotter" as shown in the photo.. first it look so unclassy (but then that's their personal traits i cannot control), it actually causes inconvenience to other standing passengers.. look at the whole bottom half of the body taking up a standing space, when others wanted to stand, they just have to wind or leap over those legs to get some space to stand.. come on, just be considerate and sit upright and both feet down won't you??
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    1. Shame on you doctor!!!!









      I do that too... LOL..!

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  2. That's only a situational sitting posture because you can only do that when there is ample space. I'm sure he will sit in when it's crowded. You think not?

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    1. I've seen plenty who doesn't care to adjust their sitting despite a crowded train. And their tapak kasut seems to be more important than the person standing. :(

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  3. Agree with HappySurfer 'see dishes eat rice' when crowded he would risk his feet being crushed. Yeah sitting this way is causing 'badbone'.

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  4. 如果人多的时候就一脚踩下去啦!
    我最怕的还是有的人有摇脚的习惯
    无论是坐什么椅子(戏院)都可以感受得到
    最讨厌的了

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  5. it will block the way if there is a huge crowd inside the train == somehow malaysians are like that :)

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    1. and make people ahrd to stand in front of him too! :(

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    2. I think we should his feet to the poles! Muahahaha!

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  6. Annoying... his way of sitting is wasting space but I think most guys sit like that XD

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    1. Yes it is indeed annoying and wasting space. We should throw a cockroach onto him!!! He will jum up for sure! LOL

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  7. Hi SK! And everyone!

    Where's Twlight Man?

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    1. Hello Lina..! I am here at midnight! My internet at home kaput for 3 days already and I am inside a cyber cafe right now!! Serious! So cham la, addicted to SK's blog!

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    2. I suspect SK added ganja virus in his blog postings!

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  8. There is one more that I hate. People leaning against the pole and not let other hold the tiang. If want to hold, have to feel their body (sometimes sweaty). Cannot stand properly and straight izit? :(

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    1. Holding the tiang is okay but sometimes I grabbed sticky gums and mucous on it!!!! Yiaks!!!!!!!!

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    2. that's GROSS! I totally won't hold stairs railings because don't want to accidentally kena all those. EEEwwwwwww!!!!

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  9. Wah! Your Sunday post make me go into a rant. Not good lah like this. LOL

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  10. Sunday must be happy and good mood one!

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  11. Hallo! I saw your funny comments on Lina's blog and came for a visit.

    You guys are giving me a headache. I'm trying to master Japanese, but on your blogs it's English and Malay and Chinese and ...It's strange to see kanji, recognize them, but KNOW it's probably not what you think it is.

    Anyway. Commuters don't really sit like that on Tokyo's trains, but they have plenty of other irritating habits. >:( Ask Lina! ;)

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    1. This is probably a foreigner's nightmare of a blog. All sorts of way of communication come out here. And you have yet read how Twilight Man comments. ;p

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    2. that's how malaysian communicate.. a bit of everything but never master any!! haha~~

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    3. SK,
      sadly, that is a fact.

      Jack of all trades and master of none.

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    4. Welcome Rurousha to this SK's Blog! it is the Number One blog in the world!!!

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  12. ha ha ha, if mat salleh sit like that then would take up 3/4 of the train width....lol!

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  13. some people are actually inconsiderate

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  14. How did you snap that picture without him realizing it? :)

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    1. SK has mad stealthy photo taking skills! LOL

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    2. Now I suspect that guy is SK himself!! LOL

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    3. SK himself? How is he going to snap his own pic liddat? Of course he wouldn't expose his "dark" side. Only Darth Vader does that :p

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  15. I also sit like that sometimes but not in the train lah haha

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    1. And I cannot sit like that. My old lady back will hurt if I slouch.

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  16. Oh wait...I seldom sit in the train anyway so not sure I will sit like that or not! LOL!

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  17. Oh while in Bangkok, no choice but to take the MRT and BTS - and I notice no one ever sits like that! Can this be found in Malaysia only?

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  18. But I hate it if the person do that when I'm next to him - and his feet touch my leg! Grrrr!!! Think your shoes or feet so clean?!

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  19. Wah! How you take the photo? Secret secret take with your handphone is it? : D

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    1. Talking about taking secret photo taking with mobiles, I nearly got into big trouble! Thambee you once posted about disgusting people who used hairdryer to blow their body parts in the gyms, right? Well I saw one guy blew the dryer inside in his towel in front of the mirror. I wanted to take his photos and post in my blog! Clicked!

      My idiot camera's FLASH mode was unintentionally on and he turned around to look at me!!!!!!!! OMG!!!!!

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    2. You are kidding right? Hahaha!!

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  20. hehe, you notice stuff when you're in the train too. Good observations :).. I rarely take the train, but when I do, i always feel nauseous. ><

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    1. He cannot always be reading his textbooks right? ;p

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  21. BTW, SK.... I'm having trouble logging in to blogger from my notebook so how you count my comments ah?

    Very kesian if no counted lar...

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    1. no worries lah, trust the intelligence of my scripts!! haha.. as long as you use back the same name, then you'll not loose any points..

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    2. Fuyoh, Lina is so determined to keep her index~~

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    3. Yvonne,
      Of course! Die die must try beat you and Darth Vader! LOL

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    4. @Lina, YOU SHALL NOT PASS!!!!!!!!! :D

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    5. Lina, you forgotten about another rising star, Twilight Man?? Remember??

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  22. Hurmm.. i never take any public transportation before. but yea, those who get to sit at least sit politely la.

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  23. As if the whole train is own by him! if not much people, then ok la, but seriously if too pack, i think ppl oso will say him! :p

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  24. OMG, I do that in my lessons! Hmmm... but I know I don't really cross my legs in trains. Especially if the train is crowded.

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  25. I love to ride in subway trains and have done so in so many countries.

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  26. I seldom had a chance to sit, so I had to stand lah and could hardly see the view.

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    1. stand also hardly see what view? out side of the train view? Impossibrooooooo!

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  27. The best time to sit with legs crossed was when the train was empty like midnight!

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    1. or from the very first Station LOL

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  28. The dirtiest trains I took was in New York City when the trains ran the Harlem - Brooklyn - Queens routes! Even the stations smelled urine all over.

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  29. The best subway trains were in San Francisco which was fast, comfy and nice overlooking the bay area and Golden Gate Bridge with heavy clouds enveloping... So heavenly!

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  30. Our KL routes are not too bad just that when it was crowded during the peak, the sweat smell was Oooooh!!!

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    1. BO is one thing that I cannot stand. Will pengsan on the spot, lol!

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    2. Imagine standing with nose straight kena somebody's armpit! @.@

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    3. Ewww..... don't, somebody stop my imagination please!

      ** recalling, I think I had that experience once with Metro bus X____X

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  31. long legs mah....how to sqeeze

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  32. it will be like adult sitting in a kidergarter chair LOL

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  33. the photo you snap one or from inet one?

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  34. print and tampal on the train and write "WHOSE LEG IS IT" LOL

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  35. 我最怕有人在里面唱歌,哗,简直要喊救命。

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  36. Ok lah, if nobody or not crowded...

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  37. If crowded, cannot lor... Must be considerate of other passengers.

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  38. I hate people putting all their shopping bags on the seats...and then pretend there's nobody standing....

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  39. Ummmm...that's all! (Just so that I can have another comment. Hehehehehehe!!!!)

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  40. I hardly have the chance to commute. So never came across this scene. The very last time I used commuter, it was overcrowd and smelly :(

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    1. I guess we will always smell sweat that in Malaysia and other tropical countries. The commuters in cold countries smell so nice in packed trains during winter as their body's moisturizers are lovely! Ha ha ha ha!

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  41. Oh wait, not all Malaysian are inconsiderate. When I was heavily preggie, a nice young guy offered me his seat in LRT :D

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    1. When I heavily pregnant, got one time a nice guy gave up his seat for me, only to have a middle-age, dressed like a mak datin woman sit in that seat and even had the cheek to thank the guy. Both of us were speechless!

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    2. OMG, wakakakakaka... sorry, but this is hilarious! That mak datin is so thick-skin!!

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    3. Kekekeke...that was funny! I would have slapped that Mak Datin and shove her off the seat!!!

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  42. I think I do that too sometimes LOL, if some people want seat from me and of course I will let them sit, if not I will cover my face and act sleeping LMAO!

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    1. OMG! you are so evil! no wonder you wear the Darth Vader masks!

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  43. This type of people is a lazy bum. Already got place to sit, somemore take up people standing place. Not considerate at all.

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  44. U know, I didnt really saw those inconsiderate people who take LRT or KTM lo, maybe KTM case is too crowded and cannot see leg, and LRT is too less people and PJ people got STANDARD :X

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  45. Why I didnt really see this kind of problem because I sit from LRT Taman Bahagia (which is near [One of the last station]Kelana Jaya) always and I get the seat always.

    If stand also I see many people and kids just sit down and keep quiet, didn't really chat at all LOL

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  46. Dun Mad Boss! You shall be chill! Because there is 100 or 1000 of people facing this kind of problem and there is 0.1 percent of people stand up and correct them. Hopeless is it? :P

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    1. Yes agree! The world has more inconsiderate commuters than kind & selfless ones. You see them on the trains!

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  47. 2 days didn't comment your blog and I am feel so outdated! Anyways! I am back and see that you are not satisfy with LRT or Train system with this kind of people, what to do le? You also cannot chase the person out right? Because he bought the ticket also mah :P

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  48. 呢啲小兒科啦,再離譜嘅都仲有。

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  49. 呢啲阻住地球转嘅人见怪不怪喇!

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  50. 呢啲係家教问题,激气都冇用!

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  51. 係吖,尤其係繁忙时间,大家都夹沙丁鱼,呢等人仲霸多个企位,真係冇佢收!

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  52. 要人开到声叫佢缩脚,面皮真係厚到~~~

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  53. 坐有坐相,翘起只二郎脚,真係叫人摇头!

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  54. 当我哋亚洲人遇到咁嘅情形,好少会出声话佢借一借歪,通常哑忍,自己受苦!

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  55. 搞到其他人要企都要繞道或跨過去遷就佢,咁就唔应该囉!

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  56. 遇到咁嘅情形,如果逼住要企嗰个位,我都会成尊石膏人像企喺佢面前畀压力过佢,睇佢识唔识do!!!

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  57. I noticed that the people in Hong Kong and Bangkok love to stand instead of sit when there were empty seats!!

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  58. Either they were kind to keep the seats empty to make way for needy folks or they just wanna look good standing in their designer clothings or carry their Prada bags!

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  59. Over here when our LRT is almost crowded with small space in between, I still avoid sitting in between. I feel uneasy to rub my body and get sandwiched by 2 strangers.

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  60. Soon our LRT tracks will reach Sunway and USJ with more commuters plying daily. You will have more funny sights to observe. Thambee, you should bring me along okay!

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  61. After LRT they have another new track plying the TTDI and Mutiara Damansara route. Which train will that be? Let's check it out then!

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  62. You should list out the train etiquette for commuters to follow and send this proposal to our govt. I am sure you will be hired to be their PR Manager!

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  63. Now I recall that the trains in different countries have different seat layouts hence it will evade inconsiderate passengers! I think the ones in San Francisco is unique and nice. Our govt should hire you to try out all the trains worldwide and submit a report to them for better seats!

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  64. It is 100 comments Thambee!!!! Do i get like extra 100 points for this effort?????????? Hello!

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    1. hahaha!! thanks Anay, so long never see 3-digit comment counts in Thambee's blog already!! wah, 100 extra points for the 100th comments?? hmmmm, that's a good idea Thambee can consider~~ :D

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