Sorry, sorry, sorry.
Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like to give in to petty people, are apologising loudly to PAP minister Grace Fu.
This after Grace Fu kept asking Workers’ Party MP Sylvia Lim to apologise for saying things she was supposed to say as the opposition in Parliament.
One Singaporean, Dui Bu Qi, said: “Sorry, Grace Fu. I am sorry that you like to hear the word ‘Sorry’.”
“If there is anything we can do for you, sorry, I just want you to know, sorry, sorry, sorry.”
“For someone called ‘Grace’, you should really just call yourself ‘Apology Fu’.”
Other locals said Grace Fu should take her ability to ask people to say sorry to other areas of life.
One other Singaporean, Kah Kee Lang, said: “Since Grace Fu has such a knack for asking people to say sorry, she should ask her own PAP MPs to say sorry for past mistakes.”
“For example, she can start with Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan.”
“But as graceful Singaporeans, we apologise on behalf of Khaw Boon Wan.”