2014 is another year where Singapore’s vocal online citizens took great delight in mocking and laughing at others.
Remember the Singapore anti-gambling ad that everybody made fun of for predicting Germany’s win at the World Cup?
And let’s not forget local trolls SMRT Feedback’s vigilante antics against Sim Lim shop owner Jover Chew.
After trawling the Internet archives, we present you Yahoo Singapore’s top five things Singapore netizens made fun of in 2014.
1. Singapore anti-gambling ad backfires during World Cup season
The National Council for Problem Gambling ran a timely ad campaign in Singapore during the World Cup season to remind gamblers how their nasty habits could affect their loved ones.
They spread this message through an ad that showed Andy, the young son of a gambling addict, looking depressed because his father had gambled his savings away by betting on the World Cup result -- a win for Germany.
Well, the Germans did win and if the scenario had happened in realRead More »from Top five things Singaporeans made fun of in 2014