What you might have missed from PM Lee's National Day Rally 2016
As told by the Twitterverse
1. Pokémon no GO
A viewer checks his app...just in case.
2. National language done right
While PM Lee's ethnically Chinese, he slays the Malay language better than the best of us.
When PM's command in Malay Language is better than mine. #ndrsg— Siti Rafidah (@fifidada) August 21, 2016
3. Durians and trains go hand in hand
PM Lee pretty much knows what's in season now.
4. Brexit paved ways
Cue the obligatory Brexit mention — pretty much one of the biggest things to happen in the world this year.
5. Dear Mr. President
Sometimes, we don't quite like the subtle things we hear.
love how PM Lee uses solely masculine pronouns when discussing a hypothetical president #ndrsg— harshini (@sunfIowerfranta) August 21, 2016
6. PM Lee almost broke the internet
...and Twitterverse, and our Facebook feeds, and our WhatsApp messages. A whole nation awaits.
7. Better hydration next time?
Lets put what we learned in school parades to good use.
next time must do water parade #NDRSG— bobby sun (@colonycollapser) August 21, 2016
8. Things got ugly
A certain Jeyaretnam made a remark that didn't go down well.
9. The prodigal son returns
All is almost well — PM Lee's rep gave an update and announced his return to the National Day Rally 2016.
10. Don't even think about calling in sick tomorrow
Think you can get away with yet another long weekend? Think again.
Singapore: if your PM can come back on stage to finish this speech, none of you are allowed to keng MC tomorrow. #ndrsg— Fake Straits Times (@FakeSTcom) August 21, 2016
For more updates on the National Day Rally 2016, follow PM Lee's official Facebook page here.
- Image: Getty Images
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