i safe! you safe! we safe!



a half-broken english slogan used by construction companies in singapore to remind their workers to be accident-conscious—zero success is the goal to preventing any casualties, accidents, or deaths.
if a grammatically incorrect slogan can get people to stop and comment, its impact in conveying the intended message is likely to be greater—i safe! you safe! we safe! looks like a potential winner.

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