Just continuing on the issue of meeting people on trains, I must admit that there are many MANY different types of people in the world who I just can’t accept into my life. Loud sneezers is probably one type.
According to News.com.au, there are ELEVEN TYPES OF TERRIBLE TRAIN COMMUTERS :
1. The groomers
2. The headbangers
3. The lovers
4. The screaming loud kids
5. The stinker
6. The eater
7. The drunk
8. The gadget obsessed
9. The seat hog
10. The plain weird
11. The loud phone talkers
And I have seen all of them. For multiple times.
I should acknowledge that there are a lot of city rail haters because of the reasons shown above and so I thought, if we wanted to have a better public transport lifestyle, shouldn’t we change ourselves first for others?
To read the article : http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/what-ticks-you-off-on-public-transport/story-fneszs56-1226648106410
A new research has claimed that driving a car can be more stressful than going by bus.
Ugh, I know, A NEW RESEARCH, again. (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=203470973159222&set=a.197033947136258.1073741826.196026923903627&type=1&theater)
It is totally up to you to believe in this research, I think driving can sometimes be more stressful than catching buses. The reasons could be the police hiding in normal looking cars, getting scared from a police car looking taxi or speeding without realising on M5 tunnel. The consequences of those three things are pretty harsh. My cousin was fined for $600 and got her license suspended when she was driving 80km/h as usual on the M5 tunnel. But it was super unfortunate that she didn’t see the special “60km/h” sign on that special day.
So, how does everyone think of this?