Riding the rails

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This week, I have had the …um…. ‘joy’ of partaking in public transport.

I use the word joy very loosely, as there is very little joy in being crammed into a small space with people who just do not want to be there.

This quick comic I have done here kind of sums up what I felt while travelling in a carraige full of other commuters, who were deperately wishing they were all alone.

There was very little eye contact and absolutely no talking. Attentions were focussed solely on listenting to ipods, playing on their phones or reading something.Overall, it was all pretty depressing and I found myself fall into the same pattern as everyone else very quickly.

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