Featuring our compilation of comics from the “Improve your Commuting Experience” series which brought us to who we are today, lets take a look back at the good old days!

Remember the times when that blue ‘Reserved Seating’ signs didn’t exist?

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One of our firsts. How you can determine where the sun will shine in the train through the shadows from your surroundings!

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Backpacks can be devastating weapons on the public transport.

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Do remember to bring duct tape on the trains for certain situations.

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Kids can be quite a lovable bunch on the trains.

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Guess which stations tend to have doors on the opposite sides?

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Tap slowly some more, never mind, take your time, take your time…

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Still got time to see your phone some more, well done.

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There’s something called “Wait for the next train if it’s full”.

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Ever had times when you hit your head in a public place?

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All because of that blue reserved seating sign…

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There are no ghosts at the back of the bus, so do feel free to move in please.

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Monkey steals the peach(s)~! If you open your legs too wide…

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Your mouth is there for a reason…

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Yes, tasers are not allowed in Singapore, but you’d wish you had one.

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Remember the acid incident on the MRT seats?

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Bus driver may have watched/played alot of In*tial D, so do becareful…

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Oh, now that’s an alert passenger, why thank you! And here’s another situation which calls for duct tape.

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That seat beside you looks really empty….

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Nobody wants to listen to your Justin Bieber soundtracks.

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How to tackle scumbag taxis.

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Upstair no ghost, no nid scare.

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5 thoughts on “Improve Your Commuting Experience Part 1”

  1. LOL, that Initial D parody, they’re doing it too in my country, some are success and some are not(you can imagine it already, crash into the corner of the street). =w=

  2. 2015-03-06 @ 14h44_SGT
    Can you make one about the ridiculous “for your safety(???), fold the stroller, carry it in one hand, all the balang-balang(*) unerneath in your arms with the baby while trying hard to stand and never loose balance while super bus-captain is enjoying pushing hard the accelerator/break pedals”….

    Thank you.
    HP

    (*) milk powder, diapers, boiled water and a few clothes to change in case of big peepee/popo …

  3. Awesome stuff! You really hit the nail on the head in all your comics! I’ve got a couple more suggestions for you: able-bodied young people hogging the lifts meant for elderly, wheelchair-bound and baby strollers; and people standing on the right side of the escalator instead of keeping left.
    Cheers!

  4. Awesome stuff! You really hit the nail on the head with all your comics! I’ve got a couple more suggestions for you: able-bodied people hogging the lifts Meant for the elderly,wheelchair-bound and baby strollers; and people standing on the right side of the escalators when they should be keeping left and leaving the right side free for those in a hurry.
    Cheers!

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