Thursday, March 20, 2014

HAVE A GOOD DAY . . .

A while ago I was on the 205, just riding home from work, like I do.

The bus driver was making a reasonable attempt to be friendly, bidding each passenger a good day as they got off the bus.

Until one woman got off the bus.  The bus driver said, "Have a good day!" as she got off, and she didn't say anything; she just stared straight ahead, ignoring him completely.

After she got off and the doors were closed, the bus driver muttered, " . . . or not."  Several of us had a good chuckle.

Fairness requires the observation that she might have actually been having a really bad day.

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