give out your sit

Singapore
May 16, 2009 4:15am CST
when taking public transport, will you give up your sit to the olderly or someone who is needed more than you ?
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6 responses
@zhdy89 (304)
• China
16 May 09
I will give my seat to the older or pregnant women and children who is needed more than I.When I was a pregnant woman,each time someone took the seat to me on the public transport.As my child was a kid,bringing him out,was also frequently to his seat.While my son took his seat to an older,I hold him and kissed him,in recognition of his doing well. Sometimes my son asked me why anyone not to take the seat to another one who needed.I just anwered someone else how to do not that we can interfere,and the key is how to do our own.
• Singapore
16 May 09
i was quite touching when the other day a young girl offer her seat for my daughter, after a while, then i release that her leg was a bit bleeding , i ask her and she told me because of her new shoes , i feel guilty
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@bloglog (627)
• Singapore
16 May 09
I will if I feel that that person needs the seat more than I do. There was once when I gave up my seat to an elderly, she showed appreciation and was smiling all the way, I feel glad too. There were times when I hesitated. That was when I repeatly asking myself, is she pregnant or is she plump? should I stand up or should I not. If she is not pregnant and I give up the seat to her, I think it will be very awkward, both for her and for me.
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@dianmelydia (2272)
• Indonesia
16 May 09
Certainly i will give my seat to the older one. I think that is a social ethic which unwritten but people wouldn't mind to do it. Just considering we are helping our own parents. The fact is someday all the teenagers will getting old. So one day we will be those olders. How's your feelings if one day when you are old and there's a young man giving you his seat to you when you're on a public transport? Of course you will think that young man is a good man. Have a nice day and happy mylotting.
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• Philippines
16 May 09
hello! well sometimes I'm kinda shy to offer my seat, so I guess I need to be asked first..and I will gladly obliged
• Singapore
16 May 09
ya, it's depend, have 1 time i offer my seat to an olderly, and he doesn't want the seat, he told me he is going to drop at the next stop and he is not that old to let people offer him the seat
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@lynnchua (3416)
• Singapore
17 May 09
I will but will hesitate before giving up my sit as not all people will appreciate if you do give up your sit to them. I ever got a scolding from an old man when I give up my sit to him. He refuse to sit down and said that he is not that old and he do not want that sit. Feel so em brassed at that time as everyone stated to stare at me
@underdogtoo (9599)
• Philippines
16 May 09
That would be possible if one is riding a bus or a train but riding smaller vehicles might make that impossible to do. Cheers!!