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  • Name: Denise Tan
  • DOB: 13th July 1987
  • NTU Sociology student


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    Thursday, September 18, 2008

    what a phenomena!

    This morning i woke up and found that i was out of bread for the most important meal of the day. Although i dreaded the idea of taking the trouble to go to the nearby supermarket, i had no other alternatives because i couldn't "live" without breakfast. By asking my mum to buy would not be a smart choice either as i would be starving by the time she's done with her groceries. Hence i went down with her but with different agendas of course. haha.

    Anyway, that was where i saw this phenomena happening right in the MRT station!!! (well..i know i exaggerated a little)2 long queues of people (uncle, aunties, ah gongs, ah mas and working adults) were queueing to get TODAYS and "我報" free newspapers at different queues. Mine you, those were really long queues and i'm not kidding! People queued for one then proceeded on to the other one. First thought that flashed across my mind was "Wah! can use this Singapore subculture for my research topic leh! very the interesting! But aiya im already doing the one on fast food restaurants, lazy to change topic.." haha. Since my mum is also one of the frequent patrons (she likes to challenge the sudokos in those papers), she told me sometimes the line could stretch even further. I found that quite amazing, especially for the working adults who were rushing for work during morning peak hour and didn't mind queueing for free papers despite the long line. Some people even tried to go to the station earlier afraid the papers might have finish distributing.

    This shows that how ignorant i was of what's happening around my neighbourhood during the morning and i was glad i did see and experience this "phenomena" as i joined in the crowd. hahaz.


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