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Feb 16, 2004 6:08 am re: Discover Mumbai - The Series - Train travails...Nandita to continue

Ranajit Tendolkar
Since Nehul started off with trains...i shall continue...

Here are a few essential rules to remember if you commute by locals - dosent matter if its western, central, harbour or whatever combination....

1) Never iron your shirt/trousers if you travel during peak hours. The packed compartment shall do the needful.

2) Buy a first class pass only if your company is paying for

3) Else thou should be really rich with an annual income of atleast Rs.10/= lakhs travelling by first class. In which case you can afford a car.

4) Before getting off at a station always ask the person
ahead of you, "Uterega Kya?" This way you shall not feel left out.

5) If you happen to be one of those few gazillion, who travel by train during peak hours, on a regular basis, do not spend money on gymnasiums or health instructors. You will realize how effortlessly and in an innovative manner, one can practice yoga while travelling.

6) If you have already started practising this innovative yoga, see to it that it remains within the confinements of the train compartment. Try these steps anywhere else and you'll soon get yourself locked up in a mental asylum.

7) Always push the person standing ahead of you. It is amusing when the person ahead of you does not use a single word against you.

8) In case you happen to sweat or if your nose starts twitching, rub the desired body part on the clothes of the person standing closest to you. Your hands are gonna be of no use to you at that time.

9) Make sure you are the tallest among those standing around you. It affects you less when others have to bear the smell of your armpits.

10) Avoid travelling in slippers or sandals. It is an accepted fact that someone always climbs on to your foot.

> Sir Lancelot wrote:
> Ranten,
>can you please take time to progress on this one? And also delegate the next writer
>Fu Lalit

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