hahahahahahaha! wow, this is just... this is a great lesson strip. i will place it on my mental refrigerator and refer to it often.
You might want to put it *inside* your refrigerator bc: self-hating rage in need of cooling down, innit?
But remember that the entire tube system operates in a different space/time continuum to the rest of us an is subject to alteration without warning. Taking the same train every day is no guarantee that it will ever stop at the same place twice...
my train was due to stop at harrow wealdstone: the next thing I knew I was in bloody watford.talk about rage!
need a post about the new buddha garden gnome please.
2 delights in this one - the joy of the semi-fast watford train (when living in pinner); and the ability to remain impervious to other people's rage and anger. I want both.jacqueline
impervious! that's a great word, well said xi was trying to construct a sentence around "teflon" but just gave up
oh! Oh! my friend Matt just posted this.it's perfect.
shit have forgotten how to link properly..this is it:http://callithump.org/?p=154
Love it! Got a good giggle out of that! Thanks!
hehe im loving the cartoons. It is so true though but i suppose people dont notice where they stop all they want to know is they are getting from their A to B
I'm world of my own when trundling around on public transport, and tend to panic and forget where I am when someone puts me on the spot and asks me about directions. If I was on the Victoria line and someone asked me if it stopped in Sheffield I'd probably say yes.
It is after all our own choice whether to be pissed or not. So by relying on someone else for information we choose to absolve ourselves of responsibility. Was my own fault the other day when I asked the derelict at the station where the washroom was and then got fined for using that particular wall for relief. It sure smelled like it was.
Genius: If only Boris had elected you as TFL head honcho, things would get shaken where they need to be shaken.X: the imperviousness is not a great quality to have. Better to have empathy for another's rage at the world, no?Chick: Try 'Nothing sticks to a Teflon comment, not even a well-thought out reply'Reudor: rude door?
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