10 Bad Habits Bad Malaysian

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The article discusses various rude and unsafe habits of Malaysian drivers, such as changing lanes without indicating, tailgating, and honking impatiently. Drivers also disregard signboards and engage in littering, eating in non-designated areas, and parking in no-parking zones. Additionally, the article highlights negative habits of air passengers, such as stealing items like pillows and blankets, talking loudly on phones or during movies, and making unwanted advances towards flight attendants. Other inconsiderate practices mentioned include leaving shopping trolleys in parking lots, squatting on toilet bowls, and vandalizing public spaces.

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Rude and unsafe driving such as changing lanes without indicating, tailgating and honking impatiently. Malaysian drivers are rude when it comes to overtaking other drivers. They just seem too lazy to switch on their signals and cuts in abruptly without thinking of other people’s safety. They just cut in too early and at times overtaking too near to the other driver. Malaysian drivers who always felt the need to be faster than other drivers. They will honk you incessantly. 2 Not obeying signboards – eating in LRT, lighting a cigarette in non-smoking areas, littering, parking in no-parking zones.

These creatures are the worst lots of drivers and usually are on the highways. They will speed up more than 110 km/h and will start shooting the high lights from far away so to let you know that they are coming. e. g eating in LRT ,smoke in non-smoking,parking in no-parking zone. 3 Snatching a parking lot while someone else is waiting for it. Waiting for a carpark with signal light on, next car comes from behind /opposite direct and take the parking spot. Everything Can Tapau” Habit Speaking of taking things home, this habit is quite a scary one.

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I would understand passengers taking home in-flight magazines and in-flight meals but it’s NOT COOL to take home items like pillows, blankets, life jackets and safety cards. The worst I’ve seen so far is a passenger actually browsed through the cabin on a long-haul hunting for more than one pillows to take home! The LOUD Speakers” Habit It’s normal to chit chat on a flight but if your partner/friend/boss is seated few rows away, please do everyone a favor and shut up. It’s also NOT COOL for those passengers that watch in-flight movies and laugh it out loudly as if they are in a cinema hall where everyone watches the same movie.

For an example, Talking loudly on their cellphones in public spaces like the cinema. Can I Have Your Number? ” Habit a guy or a group of guys make a move on a pretty Malaysian stewardess during a flight in front of other passengers. There are way too many ‘friendly’ Malaysians that believe it is perfectly ok for them to hit on the cabin crew with lame lines like “Boleh berkenalan? ” and “Can I have your number? ” inconsiderate practice -leaving shopping trolley in the parking -squatting on toilet bowl -leaving dirty foot print on those seat Vandalism a phone kiosk with no phone but plenty of garbage and sticker on any avaible space.

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