Train Etiquette – A grumpy 22 year old’s code of locomotive conduct. (via James Dunn’s Blog)

In Singapore, early morning trains are usually sardine-ly packed. There were times when i had to wait for a few trains before i can even board the train. Even going out a little earlier still doesn’t help, it is still as packed as ever, especially the one that goes towards orchard from Yishun and the one that goes to Pasir Ris from Jurong East. Which is why i’m also glad that i’ve moved to Sengkang.

No more squeezing in trains or buses.

Train Etiquette – A grumpy 22 year old’s code of locomotive conduct. I write this article as I’m sat on a train, wedged between a window and a man whose arse takes up one and a half seats, who seems to enjoy as his only form of sustenance cheese and onion crisps. It is the only smell spare his potent sweat that I can currently smell, burning in my nostrils as I struggle to breath. This is when the thought of train etiquette sprung into my head, it seems to be this unwritten code of conduct that travellers and comm … Read More

via James Dunn's Blog

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~ by emilyd07 on July 13, 2010.

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