Friday, January 23, 2015

Thank You Notes #1 : People in commute.



Hi so the Thank You Notes begin here.
Do you travel via public transport?Do you get frustrated at stupidity if people you meet while commuting to/from somewhere?Well I do..and I hope some of them read this :P
  • Thank you creepy dude who comes and leans against the same support as I am in metro for making me uncomfortable.
  • Thank you people who are in rush for pushing me around so what if you broke my earphones as long as you got where you wanted to.
  • Thank you lady who talks loudly on their mobile for making us a part of your conversation.
  • Thank you Mr.JudgyJudge for just staring at people the whole way through.
  • Thank you people who just keep sitting on their seat while others who need it more than you stands.
  • Thank you the walking dead people for walking like Zombies and being in front of me,I like it when people won't let me walk away.
  • Thank you line cutters for cutting into lines you make us feel how stupid we people are for actually standing in line.
  • Thank you perverts for making us feel self conscious if not for you we wouldn't appreciate your absence as much as we ought to.
  • Thank you chatty people for being stupid enough to miss your stop.
Thanks.

28 comments:

  1. Haha!!! I have encountered at least one of every type of these people before!

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    1. We all have :P
      They're freaking annoying D:

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  2. Nice sarcasm. I think we all can relate ;) But sometimes we're these people too.

    -M
    The Life of Little Me

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    1. Thank you :P
      Well I am the stupid person who misses their stop sometimes other than that I don't think I am while commuting..I'm not staring at anybody because I'm reading I don't lean against anyone (Can't just can't) and well but I am judgy a lot of times but people are stupid they ask to be judged :P

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  3. I HATE public transport with a passion! When I had to go to Uni early in the morning I hated it. Too many people, too touchy and too smelly sometimes... and don't get me started of those who don't know how to keep their bloody voices down. I'm pretty sure some of those conversations were heard all around the world; my ears are still suffering....

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    1. Too sweaty yuk D:
      I can't stand it when a sweaty sticky stranger comes up leans against the same pole as I am..it's like "what the heck?"

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  4. Love this! I think I'd add a thank you to the pick pocketers who give me anxiety and make me check my purse 60 times a minute.

    Xx,
    Katie Petty

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    1. Hahaha I forgot that..I totally forgot that :P

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  5. Hahaha xD I'd like to add a very sincere one:
    Thank you, singing dude, for not caring that you're in public. You singing made me smile.

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    1. The good one's are always shy D:
      It's always the one's who sound like a cat is being tortured who're singing in crowd :/

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  6. Haha! This is hilarious. I've been confronted with all these problems.. especially that person that always pretends I'm not in the line and cuts right in front of me. I'm too nice to say anything Lol!

    Alex @ The Book's Buzz

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    1. Haha those people are the worst juts cutting into lines but I have to admit they got skills..I mean they just linger about a area and just skillfully gets in seeing a little gap :P

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  7. OH MY GOSH I ADORE YOU AND YOUR SARCASM :D Thanks for making me smile today!!! You're hilarious! I love how you thanked the line cutters - that really got me :'D Awesome post! You should continue doing these kinds of posts more often. LOVE IT <3

    Jillian @ Jillian's Books

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    1. Hahaha thank you :P
      I'll be doing this every other Friday from now on :)
      Your comment just made my day :D

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  8. It's scary that I've encountered everyone on this list. It's one of the main reasons why I despise public transport. I'd also like to thank the kids on the bus who stand up, creating endless barriers in front of the door when they know there are plenty of seats. I'm thinking of printing this out a ton of times and just handing it to people on the bus.

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    1. Lol sure be my guest post this all over the buses XD >u<
      I think they're being nice by leaving seats for people who need it more..but yeah they can stand so that people can actually pass through :P

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  9. You know, when I used to live in London I had amazing discoveries. I am a person who really like to observe and I just met so many amazing people in the public transport. (SERIOUSLY) I've once met a lovely blind man who told me a story about his wife (I was crying by the time we left), there was once where the Bakerloo line was closed, and I needed to get to the train station to see my boyfriend (we used to live in different cities, I was in London and he was in Reading, its not too far though...) I had no money and this really nice lady, just told me to follow her and she paid a very expensive taxi for both of us, without sharing. I once met a lovely old couple, they told me all about how they fell in love and how hard it was, and the lady kept going on how hot she was back in the day... I know this is kind of taking the point of this whole post. Which I do agree, those people can be so annoying most of the time. But, I guess it's only meant to say that even the most annoying situations can come good things out of! :D I used to hate the public transport (especially in London, everything was so busy), but now I do miss all the people I met, and all the different stories I've heard. ^-^ It was still a great and funny post as always Neal! I hope you enjoyed this lil story about my public transport adventures hahaha <3

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    1. You know what I actually did..that was sweet :)
      Your experience doesn't seem that bad..unfortunately I've never met such people..the kind of people I've met are the ones at whom I actually have to snap to get the hell up to vacate seat for older people who're standing -_-
      I'd miss such people as well if I met them..and that lady seems really nice :)

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    2. awww hahaha, you know I had some reaaally bad experiences in London too! There was once for example that this lady with like 5 kids, she got her little baby car thingy and she wanted to put the trolley thingy in the space for it on the bus. IT WAS STUFFED FULL. I DON'T EVEN KNOW HOW THE DRIVER LET HER IN. So then she just started pushing everybody on the bus, and she literally passed the trolley on my feet and it hurt so much T_T Some people are just terrible when it comes to public transport though! u.u

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    3. Kids kick and scream in public transport and parents think that's cute and funny I hate them :P

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  10. This is really relatable. I hate all these kind of people and I'm glad it's not just me. Great post!

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  11. All these are really relatable, especially the one about line cutting. :) In Singapore, the other annoying problem is when people boarding the train don't give way to those alighting the train first, and they just shove their way through.

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    1. yes how can I forget those people D:
      they are really annoying D:

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