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[LJ2ME] Train

Even on as short a journey as baroda to abad, two hours in a fast train, in a chair car, im surrounded by things i love. A man snoring in the row right behind me. And of course a wailin kid in the row in front of me. Amazing energy the kid has to keep wailin almost without pause all this time and i bet it was wailin before i boarded!
This is somethin that plagues not only me but almost all my frnds. Even after so many years of travellin im not used to it. No use tellin me im an indian and should be used to it by now. It just plain bugs me. I wonder at times like this if its a direct reflection of the burgeoning population of the country or is it plain bad teaching of kids by parents.
And about snorers. Ah well. What can i say about obese men who have difficulty breathing?!


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( 4 comments — Leave a comment )
24th Jan, 2007 03:45 (UTC)
Laugh and the world laughs with u..
Snore and u sleep alone. Oh, if only it were true. Speakin of kids..people should have to have a minimum IQ before they're allowed to procreate >_
24th Jan, 2007 03:58 (UTC)
Re: Laugh and the world laughs with u..
you know the funniest? couples who snore. they actually have a rythmic tandem!
24th Jan, 2007 08:53 (UTC)
JM.. U have shared my exp here :(
On EVERY... yes Every train journey I have been surrounded by energetic kids who have to run around (accompanied by high pitched shrieks)..
or kids wailing away like there's no tomo..

Snoring.. ? I guess I have been lucky here :)
24th Jan, 2007 09:27 (UTC)
Re: Sigh...
Sigh yes. imagine the combination of kids and snores. :(
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