See See Look Look

See See Look Look

Origin: Singlish – This phrase means to have a casual view of sights/happenings or items at a place.

“See See Look Look” is often used as a response when someone you know chance upon you along the street or at a place that you usually would not be seen and he/she will usually ask:  “What are you doing here?”

This phrase is also akin to window shopping.

Verb:

Jessica: “Hey Adam, so surprised to see you here in Orchard Road! What are you doing here?”

Adam: Erm….there is a fashion show here later so I came here to see see look look lor. How about you?

Jessica: “There’s a closing down sale so I came down to see see look look lor”

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