Joy Unbounded Or The Daily London Commute


When I first moved to New Yrok City, I rode the subway . . . after a week, promised myself I would get rich enough to NEVER ride the Subway again. I did. NEXT time I am in LONDON, I will ride the UNDERGROUND! LOVED THIS POST! Thanks, KEVIN

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Those who have visited London will have experienced the delights of crowded public transport. There is, surely nothing more pleasant than having one’s nostrils tantalised by the sweet scent of one’s fellow commuter’s perspiring bodies on a baking hot summer’s day.

I can also highly recommend the sardine game. This entails packing as many human beings into a tube or mainline train as is humanly possible then adding a few more for good measure. Oh the delights of being clobbered by heavy baggage as one’s fellow passenger’s show their pleasure at visiting this great capital city by swinging their luggage with gay abandon.

Another fun aspect of the daily commute is the manner in which it enables one to make new friends. The train or other mode of transport jolts and one finds a total stranger sitting on one’s lap (that is if you have been fortunate enough to obtain…

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