Bus tricks

14 Nov

No matter what time I get on the bus, these the same ajumma and ajoshe (grandma and grandpa) always get on my bus, and off a couple of stops later. I reckon they just ride the bus around all day, because I usually see them on the way home too. They are so cute, and are like a matching pair of dolls. They always sit in the same seats, the two up the front, the man on the right, the woman on the left. BUT today, there was another lady sitting in the left hand side seat, she got a dirty look then they both sat on the right.

Stacey Marie

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2 Responses to “Bus tricks”

  1. Pia K November 14, 2010 at 11:34 pm #

    ha, ha, love such observations of human nature! although to me it seems rather sad with such a way to pass the days…:/ seems reasonably common though, i spot such characters on the buses here too.

  2. silveroses69 December 1, 2010 at 1:18 pm #

    Love your use of Korean terms. Missing Korea any?

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