the mrbrown show: maid’s day off

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Concerned Singaporeans express their views on an earth-shattering new law.

Podcast iconPodcast: the mrbrown show 7 Mar 2012: maid’s day off
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12 Responses to “the mrbrown show: maid’s day off”

  1. PMS Says:

    So if the maid’s “once a month” event did not come, then cannot go on day off?

  2. Maid champion Says:

    Now the economy will get extra boost.

    Maids will spend on day off and so there will me more employment of senior citizens to man the shops.

    This is win win for the economy and the maids.

    Husbands also should get one day off to go and check the maids.

    Husband also will be happy.Joy to the world. The date has come.

  3. PercyPeterWhatevur Says:

    I feel ya, Maid champion.

  4. Fathersays Says:

    Who said days off must be on weekends? Can be on Monday? Wednesday??

  5. Maid's holiday Says:

    The off day can be any day so long as it’s off limits period by virtue of menstration.

    For menopaused maids, they can get off any day.

    The employer should get a doctor to certify and then be released for taking off.

    This to be fair based on the truth by a qualified physician.

    If the doctor cannot certify, then a nurse can. Just make sure there is certification.

    In Singapore everything must be black and white and so certification is the best practice.

  6. Maid champion Says:

    The off day can be any day so long as it’s off limits period by virtue of menstration.

    For menopaused maids, they can get off any day.

    The employer should get a doctor to certify and then be released for taking off.

    This to be fair based on the truth by a qualified physician.

    If the doctor cannot certify, then a nurse can. Just make sure there is certification.

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  8. Love in the air Says:

    Singapore should promote itself as a love city.

    Once the maids get off in the weekends or any day, they can tend to love because on weekdays they tend to chores.

    Same thing for the lonely nale foreign workers. The tend to soil and dust all week. They also need love.

    Husbands should also be released to go with the maids. During the week they can tend to the wife. 6 is to 1 (ratio 6:1 because one week has 7 days)

    The wife should get a day off too. During the week she tends to the husband. Now she can tend to herself. She needs a cooling period. If election has one why can’t the wife?

    Everyone wil be happy. All for love and love for all.

  9. Dr Chan Says:

    Wow, giving The Noose a run for its money. Well done, Mr Brown.

  10. Yours Toothfully by Dr Chan Joon Yee - Upgrade For What? Says:

    […] It’s so easy to take for granted that upgrade=better. But being a cynical old man, I still need to ask the question: upgrade for what? Will our maids be better, faster and cheaper? Or will they argue with their employers more often, perhaps about whether Venus or Mars is closer to the Earth? Even nurses, policemen and dental assistants leave the job when they upgrade, let alone maids. Regardless of whether you look at it positively or negatively, there’re now more avenues for our maids to seek escape. […]

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  12. Max Says:

    I hate mr brown make fun Singapore theme song I hate u like hell

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