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    Queue Jumping

    Some just do not know how to queue up.


    For example (SS 15 Famous Rojak, last week)

    A person came out from a tinted 4WD that just arrived went to the front of the queue.
    Have A Nice Day !

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    There are many uncivilised people in Msia, they think they can bully their way around.

    You can see them jumping queue when there is a traffic jam.

    Wait till they go overseas and learn their lesson. Western countries don't tolerate queue jumping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pucman
    There are many uncivilised people in Msia, they think they can bully their way around.

    You can see them jumping queue when there is a traffic jam.

    Wait till they go overseas and learn their lesson. Western countries don't tolerate queue jumping.
    from what i heard, overseas also two-times-five.. only certain places you get apprehended and shamed in public.. most others, people just dont want to create a scene...

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    ...and wat u do?

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    " Please queue up!" should do the job.

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    Possibly, he/she called the vendor and prebooked his order ....

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    you can call and order rojak? wow what kinda royal rojak is this?

    on a more related note, i believe people in the queue should speak up and ask the jumper to stand at the back of the line. if the people in the line just grumble amongst themselves then it equals no action taken...

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    Last Sat.on the a highway to JB ,it was jam bad , all of the sudden a convoy of polis vehicles were trying to break through with sirens and bonnet (side) beating ..yes bonnet beating , the front officer were banging on the side of cars telling them to move out of the way.... by the way ..it was a lady officer ..gutsy and look cool too..though some vehicle owners does'nt look happy.
    what would you do if they were beating on your car ..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ungkb
    Some just do not know how to queue up.


    For example (SS 15 Famous Rojak, last week)

    A person came out from a tinted 4WD that just arrived went to the front of the queue.
    Our Malaysian vendors also don't understand customer's feelings and have proper customer service. The guy should be told to queue up then only he will listen.
    A wise man refrains from talking but a fool utters rubbish.

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    So far I always tell the queue jumper off and so far have not been beaten up. I was at the kopitiam in carrefour in kota kemuning. There was a group of kids who was sitting playing and their mothers was sitting at the next table. They were screaming at the top of their voices. All around them people were looking at them but no one said anything to them. I called the waiter and told them to shut the f up. The waiter went to the supervisor and the supervisor went up to them and pointed in my direction. I looked at them and if they still kept at it I would have shouted across the restaurant to ask them to keep quiet. They went out of the restaurant to play after that. I think that it is important that we exercise our rights and not just keep quiet and fume quietly.

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    I went to a stall to buy breakfast and met a friend. So i asked him to buy for me. The boss said since my friend wish to buy for me, my friend have to go to the back & wait for MY TURN. Ended up embarrassed and my friend bought his own and i bought mine.

    Respect this boss lah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyay
    I went to a stall to buy breakfast and met a friend. So i asked him to buy for me. The boss said since my friend wish to buy for me, my friend have to go to the back & wait for MY TURN. Ended up embarrassed and my friend bought his own and i bought mine.

    Respect this boss lah.
    This I salute....

    actually most of the time, jams were caused by Q jumpers... Especially at the turn off from Fed Hiway to Subang (after subang parade).. The flow would be smoother if there isn't Q jumping right at the turn off. When I see long Q there, I'd go straight on to Batu 3 toll and use the Elite hiway to get back to USJ.. It's all in the mindset, 3rd world mindset.... However, i've been guilty of doing that too.. but tried my best not to do that unless there's an emergency...

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    Its somethng that we should inculcate in our children from young. If they see the parents do it , naturally when they grow up they will do it. Monkey see monkey do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyay
    I went to a stall to buy breakfast and met a friend. So i asked him to buy for me. The boss said since my friend wish to buy for me, my friend have to go to the back & wait for MY TURN. Ended up embarrassed and my friend bought his own and i bought mine.

    Respect this boss lah.
    Respect this boss-lah...he did the right thing...ada guts and integrity..

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