In and out

Coming back from the beach the train was jam-packed.

And it was interesting to notice how people’s attitude was changing after they got inside the wagon.

While on the platform, they were (we were) emphasising our right to go in and return home the soonest.

But, the moment they (we) were inside, the appreciation of the situation changed dramatically. Now the most usual comments were : no more place or wait for the following and no words were spent for passengers’ rights anymore.

There is something instructive about this story I need to chew on further.

2 thoughts on “In and out”

  1. Hello again, here are my comments for this entry:

    …how people´s attitude changed after they had got inside the train.

    Then, the most common comments were “no more places”…

    …something instructive about this story that I need to chew on further.

    Like

  2. Revised version
    Coming back from the beach the train was jam-packed.

    And it was interesting to notice how people?s attitude changed after they had got inside the train.

    While on the platform, they were (we were) emphasising our right to go in and return home the soonest.

    But, the moment they (we) were inside, the appreciation of the situation changed dramatically. Then, the most common comments were : ?no more places ?? or ? wait for the following ?? and no words were spent for passengers? rights anymore.

    There is something instructive about this story that I need to chew on further.

    Like

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