Meal break Musings

Back by popular demand…so i was meant to write blogs here, but then i haven’t since the very first one. This is mostly because 1. I dont have time to write blogs. 2. I dont think people have time to read my blogs. Then with the marketing knowledge that i posses i thought about a solution to this problem – short blogs which i do have time to write in my lunch break, and that you have time to read during your lunch break. Not that i am assuming you would chose to use your precious 30 min meal break to come and read this. It should only take a couple of minutes, or less. It is really just going to be one sentence about something i’ve been muling over. 

EG.

Why is it that – it is only socially acceptable for Asians to wear facemasks in  public?

Hmmm…food for thought.

I’ll keep you posted (irregularly obviously!)

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Maddie is Nathan's little sister. She is quite brilliant. She currently studies Business at the Queensland University of Technology. She haunts Etsy and other online stores looking for things that satisfy her odd sense of humour.

4 thoughts on “Meal break Musings”

  1. Hi Maddie… you’re worth a couple of minutes of my lunch hour…

    Maybe in Asian countries there is a better focus on politeness, and how impolite it is to share your germs.

  2. mmm..curious question. It may be the western focus on looking into people’s faces is polite whereas the asian focus tends to be that it is not polite to look into someone’s eyes/face.

    otherwise, dunno. enlighten me.

  3. Asians in asian countries or in Australia?

    Obviously the Asians in Australia are bringing a habit from their homeland… Asians (in Asia) are pedantic about public health etc (which is a good thing I suppose)… and the rest of the world knows that, so expects it I guess.

    But I don’t think it’s *only* socially acceptable for Asians, especially with this whole swine flu thing.

  4. I brought some home from work, but I couldn’t bring myself to wear them, even with my severe phobia of sick people.

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