lauantai 4. kesäkuuta 2011

Cloudbusting2- 24

Why is it that always when a bus comes, then the "amateurs" rush in to the bus first? If there is a group of about 10 people waiting there is usually one. You know, those people who don´t know what it costs, where they should leave and they don´t even have the exact money ready, but they start searching their wallets at the counter. Meanwhile there is a long cue behind them standing on the platform in rain or shine as the amateur can´t give room for "professionals", who only need to show their cards to the machine. Where these amateurs come from? Why don´t they go in last?

3 kommenttia:

  1. great reflection of a very busy world ... and yet the small patches of blue sky is always a view to happiness ... if we want to see it

    warm hugs to you my friend,

  2. Terrific capture, gorgeous reflections and beautiful skies! And I do agree with you about the the pocket/change fumblers who have no idea where they are going or how to get there, but do have enough questions to hold up the line waiting to board the bus!! I've been running into a lot of those lately!!! Hope you have a great weekend, Peitari and no one blocking your way!


  3. Bus queue etiquette! Unbelievably, there are even people here now who don't queue and get on the bus before others who have been waiting longer. Can you believe it? The breakdown of the Great British Queue.