If you are someone who travels via Metro, can you even think of a life without it? Metro rail is one of the most convenient options to travel across in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, and other metropolitan cities. It is super-fast, cheap travel mode, convenient, and what not? While we travelling in the Metro Rail, there are dozens of thoughts with which we are in a constant tug of war. If you too are a metro-wala yatri, then take a look at some of these funny, cringe, witty thoughts that struck your mind in your everyday travel, and let us know if you can relate.
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“Well, I’m looking good today. Shall I enter the ladies’ coach of the metro rail? Nah, let’s enter the general one to seek everyone’s attention”
There are moments when you have a good hair day, dressed up in new clothes, got makeup on point, and more. You are too confident to flaunt yourself and like getting everyone’s attention.
“Yeah, yeah you can also come in. Too much space inside.” Deep inside “Where the hell do so many people come from and where they want to go? At least, let me stand man!”
Well, deep inside we face just the opposite thoughts. NO PLEASE! It’s just getting more suffocating.
“Empty Metro?? Umm!! Is it any National Holiday today?
Miracle, Miracle!! When you see a metro arriving empty you wonder is it any National holiday by chance or a Sunday?
“Child! May I please borrow your seat? I’m way too tired!” And you are like “Life sometimes is just so unfair. I wish I was the elderly too. And, a second later, Oh Yes, Please!”
Imagine you just got a seat after eight hours of work at the office and after an hour of standing in the metro. Someone old comes up to you and with a deep sigh, you are morally asked to stand up. Hard-earned but duh! Basic Manners.
“I just have to look for a seat ASAP. Or else I’ll die standing here”
Hey-hey just wait a second let me just come beside you, much before you get up. Damn! I got late. Sigh!! And you be like “APNA TIME AYEGA”
“Why is that aunty staring me? Is something wrong with me? Anything on my face, or is she wondering where I got this dress from? Please stop Ma’am, you are embarrassing me.”
“I can smell something icky. Yuck!! Why don’t people use a deodorant? Thank God! The AC is on, or else I would have suffocated and died here itself.
Ever came across a metro full of people in hot summer with everyone sweating? Okay, let’s not talk much.
“Let me check how many stops left for my destination. One, two, three, ughhh chuck it! I’ll reach when I’ll have to.”
These were just a few thoughts. There might be many more thoughts one will have while travelling on the metro. Let us know yours!!