The word 'GST' doesn't exactly invoke a joyful reaction from those who hear or read it
In fact, it's kind of a bummer.
In Singapore, GST (Goods and Services Tax) is levied on the import of goods, as well as nearly all supplies of goods and services.
However, not all businesses directly charge GST for their food.
Which brings us to this Singaporean hawker stall, where customers are encouraged to forget what they think the tax acronym means
Propped on Kampong Bugis Hakka Yong Tau Fu's stall is a yellow sign that says, "Welcome GST".
However, the hawker stall owner wants you to interpret GST as something else entirely.
"Greet, Smile, Thank You," the sign states upon closer inspection
Grateful netizens praised the hawker stall for its one-of-a-kind sign and the creative way it's attracting customers to its signature yong tau fu dish
We hope the stall's customers remember to Greet, Smile and say "Thank you"!
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