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NETIZEN SAYS RESTAURANTS SHOULDN’T CHARGE FOR WATER – “IT IS PRICE GOUGING”

Singaporeans, what is a hill you are willing to die on? What are some opinions you stubbornly hold on to in the face of strong opposition (real or perceived)?

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Netizens’ comments

  • Restaurants should not be charging for water. The increased cost for water is simply price gouging and the insane profit margins aren’t flowing down to the restaurants staff
    • Also, how much water can any one customer drink? 1¢ worth?
      Water is $3.69 per cubic meter at the highest tier. Per cubic meter. That’s 1000 litres or 1 ton of water. 1 litre is thus 1/3¢. Even water buffalo also don’t drink enough to warrant charging.
  • why am i getting asked to tip when i got a service charge already sia, also, can restaurant menus just include gst and service charge ornot and not exclude them
  • Singapore’s creative industry is one of the worst in the world
    • To counter, as someone who’s worked in the creative industry for 10+ years, I’ve seen countless super-talented people born and bred here. These are people who are really excellent in their field, be it film, illustration or music production.
      Guess what they’ve all done? Migrate overseas, to places like the US or UK. It’s not that our people aren’t talented, but rather, the talent is completely wasted here.
  • That living in Singapore is really much better than a lot of other places. While we should highlight areas of improvement, we cannot forget that we take many things for granted.
  • 10% or more of the boomer population in sg are super lucky to have made their wealth through the purchase of property in SG.
  • Some places should be out of bounds for children. Ie places with sensitive items kids may damage (like art museum), or restaurants where adults can dine in peace without kids screaming.
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