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Train Ride Story

Saturday, October 22, 2005

I'm back! Wow from the last blog entry, it has been a long one month breakaway from blogging ...

The past one month I probably have felt physically fatigue and mentally stretched out. With the last bits of my Computing Project assignment to rush with last than 1 month worth of time, I glad it's all over last night. Only then I really feel a burden relief off my aching back, which of course would lead me to have more time to concentrate of some of the stuffs on my job. It's another tiring pit hole to handle but who doesn't have this?

Last night after submitting assignment and had dinner I took the train back home. Nowadays I rarely take train as my work place I go by bus. And normally if i work after 9pm I will take cab back and claim, why not since company is paying :P Anyway encountered this family - a group of 4 members consisting of a pair of parent and children (elder sis + younger son).

Don't know if it's the mischieveous characteristic of their son or the upbringing. This son of their really need some bit of discipline. We all will always stand at the platform waiting for the train to arrive and when it arrvies I would give way to let the alighting pax to alight first. But this rowdy boy want to get in first when the door opened. Thank goodness the mom pulled him back and told him to wait and have some patience. Ok so we all went in...on walking in his mom told him again, don't need to rush, just wait a while, but her son rebuked back to say waiting only waste time! What kinda of nonese is this, how much time can you waste on waiting for less than a min for the alighting pax to get off. This child really need some re-education on manner upbringing man...

Then again I had another incident while rushing to a destination taking the train. On entering the control station I saw my train was going to arrive in 1 min. And when I take the escalator down I saw the train arrive, people getting off already. In a rush to save time from waiting for another 5-7 minutes, I quickly rush down the stairs and tried to squeeze my way through the alighting pax. Then this pair of idiot couple was holding hand swinging and walking admist the crowd to their next platform. Our path crossed. I was expecting that they would let go of their holding hand for while to let me past. But they didn't, and that guy he raised his right arm to block my path from breaking their joining hands. At that time my arms was full with stuffs, a backpack bag on my back, notebook sling on my shoulder, arm holding onto the big pile of assignment printout submission got back with feedback. And this stupid guy prob. thinks that their joining arms are more important! Anyway since I can't cut into their strong bonded hands, I routed around that guy and muttered a distinguistable scolding word "Stupid". I hope this guy heard it and let him fume for a while, for that time I am really pey chey for a while before I got a seat and doze into sleep.

Who's right who's wrong in this case? I don't know but I prob. can say the train ride can encounter some many interesting stories around hehe

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  1. Blogger bitchrepublic | October 24, 2005 4:33 PM |  

    comes down to etiquette in people la. we encounter so much of such, everywhere we go in the world.

  2. Blogger JY | October 30, 2005 1:17 AM |  

    talking abt mrt stories.....

    i got lots and lots to share man keke

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