This Singaporean Ah Lian Makes The Most Amazing Sales Pitch About... A T-Shirt
Cannot look at seaweed the same way again.
A Singaporean woman's sales pitch of her multifunctional black top has been making waves on the Internet recently
Lerine Yeo has turned into an Internet celebrity after two videos of her demonstrating clothes from her online store, Misshopper Boutique, were posted on Facebook.
The first video, which was uploaded by Facebook user Joanne Ng on 20 September, has received over 32,000 shares so far.
Lerine, who is now affectionately known as the 'Ah Lian' model by the Internet, was seen in the video hooking various items onto her top
With a serious tone of voice, she explained how the SGD9 (RM27) black top she was wearing had different holes with multiple functions.
She started off by showing the audience that you could use S-hooks to hang an umbrella onto the top...
"Whatever you want to hook, you can hook," the 30-year-old explained.
... and she continued by saying that you could also hang a wantan mee packet or even a rotan
"You today go to market, no hand to carry, no problem," she said in the video, while adding that you could also hook an EZ link card or pen.
In the second video, Lerine displayed more of her marketing skills by modelling a dress
Lerine advised women to consider the sizes of clothes based on a person's height because "the chances of getting people to see your 'ka cheng' (butt) is very high, 80% high".
She added that if the dress is too short, "you cannot open big big already, if not your luncheon meat, your seaweed all come out give people see."
As expected, Lerine's animated behaviour in her videos has gained her many fans and has increased her sales tremendously
In an interview with Stomp, Lerine said that she is facing a backlog in orders as sales for her clothes have shot up ever since her videos went viral.
"Till today, I am still in shock and don't dare to go 'live' for now. Haha, my inbox is flooded with many people asking about the 'hook' t-shirt.
"But I am happy because I see more positive comments than negative comments," she told the Singaporean news portal.
The fashion store owner added that she hopes she has made her parents proud.
In related news, watch this salesman impress Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad with his sales pitch: