The banes of public transport

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You’re sitting in a carriage; you’re perfectly comfortable, coffee in one hand, book in another and what happens? An overhead announcement begins informing you that in order to get off at a certain station, you need to proceed to a certain carriage. Couldn’t you have told me sooner? In all those repetitions of what stations the train is stopping at you couldn’t have mentioned this one other fact as well? No, better to be an inconvenience instead it seems.

You sigh, collect up the mass of bags that you have and clutch hold of the coffee and make your way through the endless amount of carriages until you reach the right one. Whilst doing so, you walk past so many empty seats you could have a different seat every five minutes during your journey. Upon arriving in the correct carriage, you inwardly groan; of course it’s typical, there are no…

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