Mumbai local train termed as ‘lifeline of Mumbai’, because of its importance to every Mumbaikar. The biggest goal of each Mumbai is to get inside a local train during rush hours. We can find different types of people in a coach. Very interestingly every compartment has their own stories. Below mentioned are some facts of ladies compartment.
1. Mission Seat
One of the most important tasks in a local train is to get a seat during rush hours and if you get window seat then nothing like that. But if you fail in this mission you just hope & pray that someone should be kind enough to offer you a seat at least for few minutes.
2. Train Groupism
Yes! Groupism is everywhere, even in trains. Regular ones think that they own the compartment. They gossip about everything in the world, switch seat among their friends only & act smart or fool the one who is new on the train. We all hate this kind of people and the negativity they spread in the compartment.
Ahh! One of the best things to travel is shopping in the train. Everything is so cheap that you end up buying unwanted stuff sometimes. From sarees to nail paint remover, handbags to chatar-patar you get every girly stuff. We also love to bargain even though it’s already cheap. Women, I tell you!
4. War of Words
And we love DRAMA! So while the train moves in fast pace and you happen to touch anybody by mistake, you are DEAD. Get ready for Lady Arnab Goswami’s in a local train. Sometimes you will feel like its Kurukshetra where you are witnessing war of Pandavas N Kauravas
5. New hai kya?
When you have nothing else to support your fight, you just say these lines randomly, and you have already hurt the opponents EGO! Just like BAAP PE MAT JANA!
6. Sleeping beauties
Sometimes I think aunties find peace in the train. Because you get to sleep like a BOSS only in a train. This kind of people will give a killer look if you try them to wake them up and ask for a seat. I think they should paste DO NOT DISTURB board on their head.
7. Weekend Mess
When you think travelling during weekends will be less hectic… but no! Trains are filled with newcomers; I mean teenagers & housewives aunties all decked up for a party or a wedding. You feel like a guide answering all the questions like Next station kaunsa hai? Dadar kaunse side aayega? Slow hai ya fast? Cst jayegi na? And the questions never end!
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