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Driving Miss Crazy

(I was coming home on the bus and overheard a conversation between an elderly lady and the bus driver.)


Lady: “Oof! Do you mind?! You’re so awful!”


Bus Driver: “I’m sorry, ma’am? What’s the problem?”


Lady: “You keep starting and stopping the bus! I keep falling forward and backward, and it’s taking so long for me to get home. It’s getting dark!”


Bus Driver: “Well, I’m sorry ma’am - I have to stop at the designated stops.”


Lady: “Stop making excuses! There’s no reason to be doing this. Just ignore the stops!”


Bus Driver: “So you want me to ignore all the other people wanting to get on the bus?”


Lady: “Well, yes! Finally you understand! You can go back afterwards and get them! Is it so much to ask for good help anymore?!”


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