People Who Have Been Through NS Spotted Something Very Wrong With This Image By The Singapore Army

As local NS boys would surely attest to, face camo is a b*tch.

A F*CKING B*TCH-

E/N: Hey, watch your mouth. We have young readers here too.

Oops, my bad. Allow me to correct myself; face camo is a menace. It’s hard to wash off, gets stuck on your fingers and emits the queerest smell known to mankind. And to top it all off, it’s always getting on my goddamn glasses-

E/N: Hold on, did you just say face camo?

Yeah, why?

E/N: Well that changes things. THAT F*CKING B*TCH-

People Who Have Been Through NS Spotted Something Very Wrong With This Image By The Singapore Army

The introductory paragraph might have been one filled with rather necessary fluff, but the gist is true:

Face camo can get pretty irritating, and it pretty much soils everything it comes into contact with.

“What about face masks?” you ask. “I mean, they’re pretty dope and all, right? Surely they’ll be able to resist such crude-sounding paste.”

Nope, they’ll be stained within seconds. Once you lay your hands on that face camo, everything’s getting tainted.

“But what about this?” you ask. “It was posted on 19 June by the Singapore Army, on their Facebook page.”

Image: Facebook (The Singapore Army)

Wait, no way…

“Explain this then,” you demand.

Well… you know what they say. Photos reflect an instant…

Not a journey.

“The caption goes something like this,” you say. “MG Goh (left) engaging with the RCC trainees during a break in their training. They were training.”
Still doesn’t prove anything though. I mean; I went and scoured the comments section and it seems that some Netizens are in disbelief as well.
Image: Facebook (The Singapore Army)

Nevertheless, no denying their effort and commitment to the training.

“Wayang? What’s wayang?”

It’s basically presenting your best front in a bid to impress the audience. For reference, watch Aloysius Jin Xia Lan in the Ah Boys To Men franchise.

“Oh… but it seems that there are believers too though.”

Image: Facebook (The Singapore Army)

“If they were really wearing masks throughout the whole ordeal, it must have been really tough.”


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Look, there are two scenarios here. The first is that they did wear masks, but switched to new ones for the sake of the camera.

“And the second?”

They didn’t and wore the masks only for the camera.

“What about the third? They wore face masks, and those are the ones you see in the camera.

Nigh impossible. 


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“Well, I guess we’ll never know. What do you think of camo face masks though?”

Image: Facebook (The Singapore Army)

Well, that will make things easier for trainees in the near future. But as the Netizen mentioned, it really depends on whether masks are indeed a long-term necessity.

“True. But hey, isn’t the point of training to make things more realistic? Wouldn’t blue face masks be too obvious?”

Image: Facebook (The Singapore Army)

I’m sure they have their reasons. Such as this one:

Image: Facebook (The Singapore Army)

And I concur with the reason:


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Training should be tough, but not overly difficult.

In this sense, surgical masks would certainly suffice, despite their lack of a ‘realistic’ factor.

“Fair enough.”

Hey, you know what? Let’s just ask our viewers what they think of this whole episode. Are the masks in the photo new ones or old ones?

“Sure, wanna bet?”

You’re on.

“Loser has to do 100 push-ups a day.”

What about the winner?


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“Gets to watch Steven Lim’s six-pack videos.”

Deal.

Please tell us your opinions in the comments section below! 🙂

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