I many times stood waiting for two or three elevators at the company building but still couldn’t get in, even though I stood at the front of the line, because everyone was jostling.
The story of fighting and jostling has long become a bad habit of many people. In any public space, from bus stations, piers, airports, supermarkets, administrative offices, to elevators, school gates, busy streets… we can easily It is easy to come across images of lack of consciousness, disregarding the lines, acting arbitrarily like that.
Recently a video of a man also jostling to win the goods, then the girl matched up, making many people laugh.
According to the video, people have been standing in line for a long time waiting for their turn, but this man ran out of nowhere to squeeze between the two girls, making the girl behind him angry. But not to be too angry, the girl immediately touched the butt of the girl standing in front of him, making the sexy girl think that the guy did it, then dragged him away. Even though the results were a bit different, the guy who won the place had to stay away
Talking about the public culture of many people, reader Vickie uses the word “arbitrary” to describe: “Many people act ‘at will’ and ‘convenience’ for themselves, while others and the community are affected. It doesn’t matter how it affects you, it’s selfish, fragmented, petty, and short-term thinking.
The sad thing is that there will be less and less conscious people, because it is impossible to survive without participating in that culture. I used to stand in line to buy movie tickets for a long time, but I didn’t get my turn and was forced to jostle. I used to stand waiting for two or three elevators at the company building many times and still couldn’t get in, even though I stood at the front of the line, because as soon as the door opened, everyone rushed in, regardless. Finally, I had to squeeze in so I wouldn’t be late for work.
And there are many similar situations that I encounter every day. The truth can be disheartening, but the common sense of a part of Vietnamese people is alarmingly ugly.”