SINGAPORE: What is the one bad behaviour that you think Singaporeans should stop doing? This is the question a TikTok user asked a Singaporean in a street interview. The interviewee’s answer was quite amusing, drawing a handful of netizens into the conversation.
TikTok user @theroycelee, whose bio reads “Host, foodie, and travel buff,” recently uploaded a TikTok video that has gotten the attention of many Singaporeans who found the street interview relatable.
“What is one bad behaviour that you think Singaporeans should stop doing?” the TikTok user asked another individual in a public space.
The interviewee answered, “Stop dressing too casually,” donning a smile.
The interviewer asked for clarification, posing the question, “What is too casual?
“PT Kit,” the interviewee responded.
“But if they go (to the) Hawker Centre, can they wear PT Kit or not?” @theroycelee asked.
The informant thought things through and said, “Hawker Centre…okay lah…I mean like, personally, I would just wear a PT Kit and go (to the) shopping centre.”
The TikTok user quickly pointed out, “But didn’t you just tell them to stop dressing so casually?”
“Yeah lah. I should stop doing that,” the respondent said.
“Oh, it’s a reminder for yourself as well,” replied @theroycelee.
The video caught the attention of many netizens, garnering over 70,000 views on TikTok.
A handful of online users also responded to the post. “Ya lor, I agree,” said one.
“PT Kit,” said another, adding laughing emojis.
Still, a third replied, “Singaporeans should live life more slowly…just live and go with the flow, la…got see people running when the escalator already [so] fast.”
Still, a fourth said, “Personally, I wear my three-piece suit to hawker centre.”