Lui cites some ghost survey to prove point about increased commuter satisfaction

Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew recently commented that a wild Public Transport Customer Satisfaction Survey done by SIM University found out that 91.3% of commuters were satisfied with public transport in 2014. Given the unreliability of public transport these days, netizens began to throw rotten eggs at Minister Lui.

1. The grown up Singaporean


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2. ERP is solid


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We also never see before.

3. $$$


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It is apparent that Minister Lui’s popularity is at an all-time low.

4. $1 salary


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Desmond Kuek is the CEO of SMRT.

5. …


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Because the current state of our public transport has no appropriate words to describe it.

6. SMRT Airlines


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Later mid-flight the plane break down.

7. The curse of Khaw Boon Wan


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8. How useless can Lui go?


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“I’ll take the front seat to watch them harakiri with my popcorn.”

9. Bed of money


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10. An appropriate quote


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We checked it out, and yes this quote actually exists.

11. The suitable degree of bowing


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12. Over-population


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Now here’s a logical comment.

13. ‘Jiak sai’


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14. On hope

Minister Lui on Facebook: “Hope to resume full service soon.”


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The odds of striking the TOTO jackpot are 1 in 13,983,816.


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Brings to mind Bon Jovi’s famous song Livin’ On A Prayer.

“Whoa, we’re half way there
Whoa, livin’ on a prayer
Take my hand and we’ll make it – I swear
Whoa, livin’ on a prayer”

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