Tuesday, June 22, 2010

What with the red lines?

I have just arrived home after a long hour of waiting and standing in the train. Like always, I missed a train due to too many people onboard. It's the weekdays. What do you expect huh? Then I continue waiting for another train to come.

"The next train to Pelabuhan Kelang will be arriving at 7.06 p.m. "

That was the announcement we all have been waiting for, but I just waited until the last minute before going queue on the red line as the instructor of the train asked for. So I wait. The the train came. Since my standing point are quite in the front row I have high hope of getting in the train this time around. Then the train stops. About few metre before the red lines area.

Then we go back to the topic. WHAT WITH THE RED LINES? Is it for our convenience so that who comes first get in first or it is a way of telling all the passenger to queue in the right manner so that there is no accident what so ever? Because as far as I can see, I WORK AWESOMELY TERRIBLE!!

but the instructur asked us to line up on the redline?

sorry I have to present the situation with me awesomely drawing skills. I did not have a chance to take a photo.

Heck, what is the point of standing in line when somebody that was clearly out of the red line, just barely there and the next thing happen the train door was right infront of him? Is that suppose to happen? Oh maybe next time I should sit on the bench and when the train came I just slide my way inside the train without having to waste my energy on standing in line. This is Bullsh*t! Hmmm. Have this situation ever happen to you guys?

p/s: 3 hari 2 malam trip back to UTP post will be up soon :)

1 comment:

  1. dh mmg rakyat Malaysia yg degil, n supposedly 'rules are meant to be broken'. haha..