Commuter Problems

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Hey everyone! It’s been more than a week since I last posted something and it felt different, as I am used to dropping by blogs and cooking up posts every so often. Work has been crazy, and I almost always find myself sleeping before I can even boot up my laptop. I’m not complaining as I am really happy with what I do now, though the job is definitely no joke. It is a happy stress, though, and I haven’t felt this for a long time (although the CEs are still driving me mad! Ugh numbers).

Anyway, as a part of my daily routine, I am now commuting to work everyday at the worst times of the day. I work relatively near my home (travel time is 30 minutes if there aren’t any traffic) and I no longer need to ride the evil MRT, but still, commuting is such a hassle, I wish we can all work in the comforts of our own bed.

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MRT Queue y’all (Image via Google)
As I was traveling to work today, my friend and I had a funny conversation about how he’s so drenched in sweat as he made his way to the MRT trains, and I, on the other hand, was complaining about how my “bus mate” smells really bad. It wasn’t the nicest thing to say, calling somebody else as ‘amoy lupa’, but then again, we all need to bring some sunshine in our lives to go through such a grueling morning.

My route every day goes like this: take a jeepney and travel for 15 minutes, take a bus to Quezon Ave., and then take a trike going to our building. It’s way better than the stressful MRT trains, but it wasn’t something to consider lightly. Buses are just as stressful as the trains — decrepit looking, with people jammed in like sardines, bodies rubbing the sweat on each other — boy, pretty much nothing comes easy when commuting. I also have a hard time running after buses especially when I’m wearing a dress (duh). One time, I was so desparate to go home, I run after a bus and I was standing on the stairs already, with the guy in front of me trying to push his butt on my face (disgusting, yes).

So as I reflect on these glorious days when I go out of the house extremely fresh, only to get to work smelling like shit, I decided to list down my top pet peeves when it comes to traveling on public transportations. I know you can all relate at one point or another.
People who cuts the line on the MRT queue inside the platform (or just people who cuts line in general). Guys, there is a line for a reason, and that reason is for us to have a peaceful day. We are all in a hurry, but it’s not our fault that you are about to get in late. Other people went here much earlier than you, please respect that. Do not cut in line or I’ll scream at your face.
People who doesn’t know how to wipe their sweat. I know the weather is always humid, but instead of flaunting that “after marathon look”, complete with dripping sweat and drenched arms, could you kindly wipe them off as we feel uncomfortable rubbing elbows with someone as wet as you are? We just don’t have a choice. So please.
People who pushes you as you try to get off the bus. There really is no need to push me as it won’t make you alight more quickly from this damned public transport. Wait for me as I safely get off the bus because if you push me and some random motorcycle hits me and I die, I will fucking haunt you in all the moments of your life.
• People who smells. Some deodorant or tawas, perhaps?
Perverts. Dear kuya, I can sue you for harassment, haven’t you heard? Quick side story: I was once harassed by a guy on a jeepney while I was on my way to work. I was wearing a skirt and he’s the type of guy who goes from one jeep to another to ask for ‘help’. He was crouching in front of me, and as I decided to ignore his pleas, he put his hand between my knees and rubbed my legs in an extremely harassing way. I was shocked and didn’t do anything, but after that I felt like kicking him in the balls and crying. Up to this day, I still remember his face clearly, and if I ever came across with him again, I’ll crush his shins until he can no longer walk.

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Jeepney barkers who punches the sides of the jeep as he ever so violently informs you that there is still a space for one inside the cramped vehicle. I mean, really? There is no need to scream on our ears while violently tapping the sides of our seats. We’ll move if there’s a space. If there is none, then we can’t do anything about it, asshole.
• Bus drivers who loves to try death defying stunts like swiveling. On a flyover. Lord.
How about you guys? What are your greatest commuting pet peeves?
Let me know and let’s have a good laugh out of our situations everyday. :p

145 thoughts on “Commuter Problems

  1. Oh my GOSH! Again, I've been laughing from the very first one on the list up to the last one. Living like this all my life was actually a great training for me, haha, especially when I went out of the country. Anything that I experience that is not at all close to any of these is considered 'heavenly'. I somehow learned how to tolerate most of these things, but from time to time I still get pissed, of course. No matter how much 'peace, love and patience' I bring with me when I step out, I still lose it! Haha~

    One thing that I still don't know how to handle are perverts!!! T.T
    Months ago, while I was on one of those tiny orange/blue jeepneys from MOA to Buendia, I got harassed too! I felt so helpless and furious at the same time. I mean, jeez! I just worked out, I looked like crap and I was still sweating. I was wearing workout clothes without revealing too much skin (loose shirt and pants). Then, this sadistic asshole who was sitting next to me placed his arm and hand near my back so I kept moving towards the edge of the seat so that my back won't touch his perverted hand. He was even using the backpack on his lap to cover whatever it is that he was doing. As I move, he kept moving too up to the point when I was already only half seated. I did not look directly at him but my face was turned up front (towards the driver) and I made sure he can see my then very thin eyes (irap) to let him know that I know what he was doing. Eventually he removed his hands but in my peripheral vision, I can see him smirking! He even placed his hand on his bag (I'm assuming on purpose) to show me that he already stopped and maybe I shouldn't look like a tiger anymore. I wanted to punch him that time, but I didn't and I couldn't. I was looking at the other passengers across my seat but they were busy talking to each other and I felt like if I create a scene right there and then, these people might judge me instead of help me. But I swear I did not mean to provoke anyone to harass me. Again, I just worked out and I looked like crap! What kind of a sick asshole would be interested with that? It's not the end of story btw, when he got off somewhere near Harrison street/OWWA, he still looked at me with an evil smirk as the jeepney moves! He totally did that on purpose! I was so furious that for a second I wanted to yell 'Oh by the way, I'm a GUY just like you. Yup, you harassed a guy, you moronic pervert!'

    I'm so desperate to get back on him that I also remembered his shitty face even if I didn't mean to. If I ever see him again too, hell hath no fury!

  2. Oh my GOSH! Again, I've been laughing from the very first one on the list up to the last one. Living like this all my life was actually a great training for me, haha, especially when I went out of the country. Anything that I experience that is not at all close to any of these is considered 'heavenly'. I somehow learned how to tolerate most of these things, but from time to time I still get pissed, of course. No matter how much 'peace, love and patience' I bring with me when I step out, I still lose it! Haha~

    One thing that I still don't know how to handle are perverts!!! T.T
    Months ago, while I was on one of those tiny orange/blue jeepneys from MOA to Buendia, I got harassed too! I felt so helpless and furious at the same time. I mean, jeez! I just worked out, I looked like crap and I was still sweating. I was wearing workout clothes without revealing too much skin (loose shirt and pants). Then, this sadistic asshole who was sitting next to me placed his arm and hand near my back so I kept moving towards the edge of the seat so that my back won't touch his perverted hand. He was even using the backpack on his lap to cover whatever it is that he was doing. As I move, he kept moving too up to the point when I was already only half seated. I did not look directly at him but my face was turned up front (towards the driver) and I made sure he can see my then very thin eyes (irap) to let him know that I know what he was doing. Eventually he removed his hands but in my peripheral vision, I can see him smirking! He even placed his hand on his bag (I'm assuming on purpose) to show me that he already stopped and maybe I shouldn't look like a tiger anymore. I wanted to punch him that time, but I didn't and I couldn't. I was looking at the other passengers across my seat but they were busy talking to each other and I felt like if I create a scene right there and then, these people might judge me instead of help me. But I swear I did not mean to provoke anyone to harass me. Again, I just worked out and I looked like crap! What kind of a sick asshole would be interested with that? It's not the end of story btw, when he got off somewhere near Harrison street/OWWA, he still looked at me with an evil smirk as the jeepney moves! He totally did that on purpose! I was so furious that for a second I wanted to yell 'Oh by the way, I'm a GUY just like you. Yup, you harassed a guy, you moronic pervert!'

    I'm so desperate to get back on him that I also remembered his shitty face even if I didn't mean to. If I ever see him again too, hell hath no fury!

  3. This "Jeepney barkers who punches the sides of the jeep as he ever so violently informs you that there is still a space for one inside the cramped vehicle", lima pa daw eh di na nga mag'fit yung isa. I don't mean to be rude but I wish even on jeepneys, drivers and the barkers would still try to make us feel comfortable. And also, some people keeps on staring at you like you've done the worst, how intimidating. 6/7 #relatable ate since we don't have MRTs here in Cebu 🙂

    wandersoul.co.vu

  4. This "Jeepney barkers who punches the sides of the jeep as he ever so violently informs you that there is still a space for one inside the cramped vehicle", lima pa daw eh di na nga mag'fit yung isa. I don't mean to be rude but I wish even on jeepneys, drivers and the barkers would still try to make us feel comfortable. And also, some people keeps on staring at you like you've done the worst, how intimidating. 6/7 #relatable ate since we don't have MRTs here in Cebu 🙂

    wandersoul.co.vu

  5. Transportation in Philippines is so scary. When we visit, I always want to just stay on my grandma's plantation. I don't even want to think about riding anything much less driving. OMG I'd cause a wreck driving in Philippines' metro areas. I'm too used to order LOL! I drove once, and it was only in a subdivision. I yelled at a guy. Like, hello. Kuya, this is an oncoming lane, you're gonna die driving like that! Hahaha I have hope though. One day, everything will have order.

  6. Transportation in Philippines is so scary. When we visit, I always want to just stay on my grandma's plantation. I don't even want to think about riding anything much less driving. OMG I'd cause a wreck driving in Philippines' metro areas. I'm too used to order LOL! I drove once, and it was only in a subdivision. I yelled at a guy. Like, hello. Kuya, this is an oncoming lane, you're gonna die driving like that! Hahaha I have hope though. One day, everything will have order.

  7. Oh commuting/weather in the Philippines is crazy! And I totally agree about the whole leaving the house all fresh but once you get to school/work you're all sweaty! Ek!

    Kudos for you guys though! For living and surviving the challenges every single day! 🙂

  8. Oh commuting/weather in the Philippines is crazy! And I totally agree about the whole leaving the house all fresh but once you get to school/work you're all sweaty! Ek!

    Kudos for you guys though! For living and surviving the challenges every single day! 🙂

  9. Ah, your commute sounds troublesome! We don't have good public transportation systems here, so I'm forced to drive every day. Though we have bus and train routes, they just don't go near my work place.

    I hate it when people are rude. People who cut or push people are so annoying! That's terrible that someone rubbed your legs like that 🙁 I would be so upset and angry.

    I'm glad you're happy with your job, but I hope you also have some time to relax! Sounds like you've been very busy!

  10. Ah, your commute sounds troublesome! We don't have good public transportation systems here, so I'm forced to drive every day. Though we have bus and train routes, they just don't go near my work place.

    I hate it when people are rude. People who cut or push people are so annoying! That's terrible that someone rubbed your legs like that 🙁 I would be so upset and angry.

    I'm glad you're happy with your job, but I hope you also have some time to relax! Sounds like you've been very busy!

  11. People who smell are my biggest pet peeve on the entire planet. I don't understand at all, whatsoever why some people can't just a) take a shower (unless they really can't take a shower, than it's different and I do feel bad for those people and wish there were other options but you know what I mean) or b) don't use deodorant, perfume, ANYTHING

    XO Naomi in Wonderland

  12. People who smell are my biggest pet peeve on the entire planet. I don't understand at all, whatsoever why some people can't just a) take a shower (unless they really can't take a shower, than it's different and I do feel bad for those people and wish there were other options but you know what I mean) or b) don't use deodorant, perfume, ANYTHING

    XO Naomi in Wonderland

  13. I've been commuting these past few days because I had to work on my pre-employment requirements, and it really is such as hassle! 🙁 It's even worse that I have asthma so sometimes I can't breathe anymore, especially if it's too hot inside the vehicle and the jeep is so packed. 🙁

    I'm glad you don't have to ride the MRT anymore. I never rode that thing because I live in Laguna but I heard it really is hard to ride that thing. 🙁 Like what the others say: "Papunta ka palang, muka ka nang pauwe." I hope you'll have a less stressful commute in the future! I wish you the best! xx

    Roxanne ♥ | Awkward Turtle

  14. I've been commuting these past few days because I had to work on my pre-employment requirements, and it really is such as hassle! 🙁 It's even worse that I have asthma so sometimes I can't breathe anymore, especially if it's too hot inside the vehicle and the jeep is so packed. 🙁

    I'm glad you don't have to ride the MRT anymore. I never rode that thing because I live in Laguna but I heard it really is hard to ride that thing. 🙁 Like what the others say: "Papunta ka palang, muka ka nang pauwe." I hope you'll have a less stressful commute in the future! I wish you the best! xx

    Roxanne ♥ | Awkward Turtle

  15. Sorry to hear about the harrasment. Hope it never happens again. Gosh. I'm a certified commuter. 3 jeepney rides everyday, 6 rides in total (back and forth). I've experienced a lot already since I've tried commuting even at midnight or late night or early morning. I'm just thankful that no harrasment happened (hope nothing like that happens).. Traffic is terrible here during rush hours but when I commute late at night, everything's good traffic-wise. I hate smelly passengers and those who feel like they own the jeepney because they occupy too much space. Also PDA couples who are spooning in the jeepney. I mean, hello?!

  16. Sorry to hear about the harrasment. Hope it never happens again. Gosh. I'm a certified commuter. 3 jeepney rides everyday, 6 rides in total (back and forth). I've experienced a lot already since I've tried commuting even at midnight or late night or early morning. I'm just thankful that no harrasment happened (hope nothing like that happens).. Traffic is terrible here during rush hours but when I commute late at night, everything's good traffic-wise. I hate smelly passengers and those who feel like they own the jeepney because they occupy too much space. Also PDA couples who are spooning in the jeepney. I mean, hello?!

  17. Oh Manila traffic is the worst!!! And commuting is an absolute pain there, I would have to agree! O.o I don't commute very often when I was in the Philippines (thank goodness) but one time I had to go to Makati and decided to take the MRT because it was after. It was like being a sardine in there! I was so glad to be in the women's area! And I'm so sorry that you got harassed in the jeepney 🙁 That fucking guy. Now I want to kick his balls.

  18. Oh Manila traffic is the worst!!! And commuting is an absolute pain there, I would have to agree! O.o I don't commute very often when I was in the Philippines (thank goodness) but one time I had to go to Makati and decided to take the MRT because it was after. It was like being a sardine in there! I was so glad to be in the women's area! And I'm so sorry that you got harassed in the jeepney 🙁 That fucking guy. Now I want to kick his balls.

  19. Wow, I would not want to commute in your city. I've taken public transit almost my whole life but I rarely see as many people as are shown in your pictures! For me, my biggest transit pet peeve is probably just the amount of waiting time. For me when I went to school, it took me about an hour and 15 minutes to get there. For my current work place, it takes me the same amount of time to walk to work as it does for me to get the bus.

  20. Wow, I would not want to commute in your city. I've taken public transit almost my whole life but I rarely see as many people as are shown in your pictures! For me, my biggest transit pet peeve is probably just the amount of waiting time. For me when I went to school, it took me about an hour and 15 minutes to get there. For my current work place, it takes me the same amount of time to walk to work as it does for me to get the bus.

  21. Nakakainis lang diba? struggle na nting commuters yan sa araw araw na ginawa ng Diyos. Nagmahal ang MRT pero naging worse pa ang service. Kaya minsan tormented ako if mag eedsa or MRT, sa cubao kasi ako nag wowork so edsa is an option. Kawawa yung mga taga bandang ortgas at south, no choice but to take MRT.
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  22. Nakakainis lang diba? struggle na nting commuters yan sa araw araw na ginawa ng Diyos. Nagmahal ang MRT pero naging worse pa ang service. Kaya minsan tormented ako if mag eedsa or MRT, sa cubao kasi ako nag wowork so edsa is an option. Kawawa yung mga taga bandang ortgas at south, no choice but to take MRT.
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  23. Ohmaygahd! I'm so sorry you had to experience those perverts. -.- I (gladly) haven't encountered one even if I've been riding the jeep for a year now to commute to school.

  24. Ohmaygahd! I'm so sorry you had to experience those perverts. -.- I (gladly) haven't encountered one even if I've been riding the jeep for a year now to commute to school.

  25. That's terrible! Gosh, I commute alot but it isn't as bad here in the province as it is there in the urban jungle. I struggle with MNL because of the traffic, pollution and crowd. God bless your soul!

    lots of lovin'
    Oh! Penda

  26. That's terrible! Gosh, I commute alot but it isn't as bad here in the province as it is there in the urban jungle. I struggle with MNL because of the traffic, pollution and crowd. God bless your soul!

    lots of lovin'
    Oh! Penda

  27. Oh my! That's a lot of horrible peeves! Luckily I moved and my commute isn't as bas as yours. The commute home is another story…

    I hate people who push me whilst getting off or yell in my ear "excuse me" because I was patiently letting another passenger off before I alight from the train myself. I once had to yell back "I'M GETTING OFF TOO". Then he shut up and waited 😛

    I dislike people with BO too, it's not nice especially in close encounters… If there's some room in another carriage, I'd move away if at all possible.

    Amy x | Kekidoll.com

  28. Oh my! That's a lot of horrible peeves! Luckily I moved and my commute isn't as bas as yours. The commute home is another story…

    I hate people who push me whilst getting off or yell in my ear "excuse me" because I was patiently letting another passenger off before I alight from the train myself. I once had to yell back "I'M GETTING OFF TOO". Then he shut up and waited 😛

    I dislike people with BO too, it's not nice especially in close encounters… If there's some room in another carriage, I'd move away if at all possible.

    Amy x | Kekidoll.com

  29. I feel you. In fact, I got traumatized riding in a bus. I was too confident since I live in the province, yet my phone was stolen in the bus. I was sleepy kasi. I rarely find commuters who smells bad before, but now it seems that it's getting common. There are perverts too huhu, especially in the bus. I know that there are times that standing in the bus can't be avoided. I was in the seat, then some guys faces in front of me and they push their body. I'm getting suspicious na since it's not once, twice or thrice that it happened. Worst, there are almost no standing people yet he's still pushing his body to me. That's the last and the next time it will happen again, I will yell na talaga. Grrr..

  30. I feel you. In fact, I got traumatized riding in a bus. I was too confident since I live in the province, yet my phone was stolen in the bus. I was sleepy kasi. I rarely find commuters who smells bad before, but now it seems that it's getting common. There are perverts too huhu, especially in the bus. I know that there are times that standing in the bus can't be avoided. I was in the seat, then some guys faces in front of me and they push their body. I'm getting suspicious na since it's not once, twice or thrice that it happened. Worst, there are almost no standing people yet he's still pushing his body to me. That's the last and the next time it will happen again, I will yell na talaga. Grrr..

  31. Oh gosh I can relate to some of these! Especially the sweat! ahhh! It's summer time now, and everyone should at least wear deodorant, right? ): haha. And I'm so sorry about the harassment, that sounds awful! Hope you never run into him again.

  32. Oh gosh I can relate to some of these! Especially the sweat! ahhh! It's summer time now, and everyone should at least wear deodorant, right? ): haha. And I'm so sorry about the harassment, that sounds awful! Hope you never run into him again.

  33. I super hate commuting in Manila. I'm from Batangas and whenever I go to Manila to attend events like Bloggers United or just go to bazaars and shop wala akong magagawa but to commute. 🙁 I rarely go there in private car pag lang kasama ang mom ko. I hate riding jeepneys there and the lrt! Nakaka stress Ate 🙁 I always prefer taxis kahit na mahal.

    Have a nice day!

    xoxo,
    SHAIRA
    http://www.missdream-girl.blogspot.com

  34. I'm generally a people-hater:
    1) those long-haired ates who don't care if the people beside them have gotten some of her hair in their mouth already,
    2) ates and kuyas who throw their trash outside the window as if nothing happened,
    3) those older ates who push your legs when they get inside the jeepney, so they could take the seat nearest the door. I mean I totally understand how uncomfortable and difficult it is to have to get inside but at least an "excuse me!" to get me out of the shock, and
    4) ates and kuyas who don't pass the fare (and *act* like they didn't hear you).

    Hahahaha. Happy commute, everyone!

  35. I'm generally a people-hater:
    1) those long-haired ates who don't care if the people beside them have gotten some of her hair in their mouth already,
    2) ates and kuyas who throw their trash outside the window as if nothing happened,
    3) those older ates who push your legs when they get inside the jeepney, so they could take the seat nearest the door. I mean I totally understand how uncomfortable and difficult it is to have to get inside but at least an "excuse me!" to get me out of the shock, and
    4) ates and kuyas who don't pass the fare (and *act* like they didn't hear you).

    Hahahaha. Happy commute, everyone!

  36. I hate taking the trains during rush hour. I needed to take the LRT on my second job so part of the reason why I quitted was because of that. On my first job, I can take the MRT but I choose not to because it can be HELL there during rush hours. Worst than the LRT.

    I'm actually glad I moved to Pampanga now. I'm like 10 minutes away from work and one maluwag na jeepney lang ang kailangan kong sakyan xD

    xoxo,
    Gelleesh.com

  37. I hate taking the trains during rush hour. I needed to take the LRT on my second job so part of the reason why I quitted was because of that. On my first job, I can take the MRT but I choose not to because it can be HELL there during rush hours. Worst than the LRT.

    I'm actually glad I moved to Pampanga now. I'm like 10 minutes away from work and one maluwag na jeepney lang ang kailangan kong sakyan xD

    xoxo,
    Gelleesh.com

  38. We don't commute on Guam because there isn't much public transportation, but I have commuted before in the Philippines. If I can recall, I think my pet peeve is being crammed into a bus, being up close and personal with people I don't know. I think I have claustrophobia. lol.

    -Jannette | MERESSE

  39. We don't commute on Guam because there isn't much public transportation, but I have commuted before in the Philippines. If I can recall, I think my pet peeve is being crammed into a bus, being up close and personal with people I don't know. I think I have claustrophobia. lol.

    -Jannette | MERESSE

  40. Sometimes I catch myself complaining in the morning about how long it takes me to walk to my classes from my dorm. I catch myself wishing that I had a car. But the walk isn't bad at all, especially not compared to the commute you have every morning! I'm sorry! I guess I'm quite thankful that I live on campus, and I'll try to keep that in mind the next time I feel like complaining 😛 Ah well, maybe you'll have interesting stories to tell? You're bound to run into some interesting people haha -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

  41. Sometimes I catch myself complaining in the morning about how long it takes me to walk to my classes from my dorm. I catch myself wishing that I had a car. But the walk isn't bad at all, especially not compared to the commute you have every morning! I'm sorry! I guess I'm quite thankful that I live on campus, and I'll try to keep that in mind the next time I feel like complaining 😛 Ah well, maybe you'll have interesting stories to tell? You're bound to run into some interesting people haha -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

  42. I guess pervert experiences are something that we all hate! Naku grabe si kuya, if I were you I'd kick the shit out of him. But then again, sometimes shock can take over, leaving you dumbfounded. Hehe! Balikan na yan!

  43. I guess pervert experiences are something that we all hate! Naku grabe si kuya, if I were you I'd kick the shit out of him. But then again, sometimes shock can take over, leaving you dumbfounded. Hehe! Balikan na yan!

  44. I went to Cebu last weekend and it was wonderful! Although yes, some parts of it were actually reminiscent to Manila hehe so I guess you'd have to deal with some of the things that I listed down anyway!

  45. I went to Cebu last weekend and it was wonderful! Although yes, some parts of it were actually reminiscent to Manila hehe so I guess you'd have to deal with some of the things that I listed down anyway!

  46. Whenever I need to attend to events around northern manila, and the thought that I'll be commuting to go there (toll and gas are just too expensive na), I'm already stressed with the idea. and super relate with everything here! and the traffic these days, grabe.

  47. Whenever I need to attend to events around northern manila, and the thought that I'll be commuting to go there (toll and gas are just too expensive na), I'm already stressed with the idea. and super relate with everything here! and the traffic these days, grabe.

  48. Haha thanks Roxanne! I'm doing better as I am now taking the bus going to and from work, so it's all good. Although I wish that the bus situations would be better soon as well. Huhu

  49. Haha thanks Roxanne! I'm doing better as I am now taking the bus going to and from work, so it's all good. Although I wish that the bus situations would be better soon as well. Huhu

  50. Hehe! I'm doing okay now, but I do hope that people would be spared from such bad experiences! Hay if only there's another way of going around the city…

  51. Hehe! I'm doing okay now, but I do hope that people would be spared from such bad experiences! Hay if only there's another way of going around the city…

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