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|Zakir Hossen Wrote:|
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I completely understand your situation and feel sorry for you and other civilised bystanders. I personally hate queue jumpers and love to speak on their face to embarrass as much as possible which help others and help him in future.
I feel similarly ashamed when I see Bangladeshi young boys disturbing girls on the train and loudly speaking on the way back home from Uni or college.
I wonder what better can we expect from a nation who had life long practice of fighing for everything from dawn to dask, be it in the table of food, be it on the traffic of roads, be it in the queue of banks, be it in the competition for jobs.
All I can suggest is Bangladesh Educational Boards should introduce a manners and etiquettes course in childhood classes which might save us from embarrasments before other nationals.
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