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NETIZEN FINDS PROBLEM WITH WHERE PEOPLE SHOULD FACE ON CROWDED MRT

Front facing people on the train.

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Surprisingly, there are many people who lack spatial awareness on the trains.

On crowded trains, people had to get physically close to others to close up the gaps but they would FRONT FACE them KNOWING that the other person is already facing them.

Isn’t the unspoken rule to face the side of the train where MOST commuters would enter or alight?

E.g. Clementi, Buona Vista and Commonwealth instead of Dover.

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While their intention could be to face the side that they want to alight (i.e. the less common side), it might really make the other person who they are front facing with feel uncomfortable, especially if they are of the SAME HEIGHT and literally FACE TO FACE.

You could see the other person bring up and scroll through his or her phone straightaway to avoid eye contact.

If their intention was to get close to a stranger, they are DISGUSTING.

Hope my rant could bring some awareness to all commuters.

Netizens comments

  • nah, if they face the the side they’re not alighting, then when they abt to alight, they gotta turn then u will kaopeh, ‘why they nv show intention earlier, since they alighting at the less common side. it’s alr so crowded.’ anyway the less common side is usually only one stop, u like that also cant? (i also take that line, most dover alighting board from buona)
  • Maybe you are very handsome or pretty & they wanna admire you more. Maybe they face inwards so they can see more things on the train since commute can be quite boring. People-watching can be quite interesting. I’m very petite at 153cm so I have no problem with unnerving eye contact. All I see are people’s armpits.
  • Why don’t you get a car or a house next to work?
  • Humanity has devolved if people are finding such asinine topics to rant about. Get a life.
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