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Schools and Parents: Please teach kids to be better commuters

14 Oct

Things I wish (and hope) parents and schools would teach children so somedy they will be better commuters

(Honestly, I really don’t know whose fault it is why there are a lot of inconsiderate and horrible commuters in Metro Manila)

 

1. Keep right when walking up the stairs or riding escalators or just walking on the road. And maybe explain why we have to do that.

 

 

2. Follow the arrows painted on the MRT/LRT platform. They are not there for decoration.

 

 

3. Let people get out of the train first before rushing in. Same applies for elevators.

from graceaddict.wordpress.com

 

4. If there’s enough space to breathe or move (which rarely happens), respect other people’s personal space. Unless close talaga kayo.

from drvaleriegalante.files.wordpress.com/

 

5. ¬†Don’t lean or embrace the poles. They’re there not just as part of the train’s physical structure, but also so verticallly-challenged people who can’t reach the hand rails have something to hold on to.

Huwag tularan ang mamang ito (pero tularan niyo yung Mama ko, ang ganda niya eh)

 

6. Kung malayo pa ang bababaan mo pag sakay mo ng jeep, okay lang maupo ng malapit sa driver. Di naman siya nangangagat. Sana.

 

7. Same applies kung marami kang dala na ipapatong mo sa gitna ng jeep at makakaabala sa mga sasakay.

 

8. Kung may makikiabot ng pamasahe, iabot mo na kaht di ka naman sinuswelduhan ng driver na maging assistant niya. Pag yung nakikiabot ng bayad ay di nagsabi ng “paki” or “please”, mag thank you ka sa kanya para maguilty naman.

(from chickensopas.blogspot.com)

 

9. Kung ikaw naman ang magpapaabot ng pamasahe, mag thank you ka sa nag abot. Pag walang gustong mag-abot, tumayo ka at lumapit sa driver (tapos pag nag preno bigla, upuan mo yung ayaw mag abot ng pamasahe mo. joke lang)

 

10. Mag deodorant bago umalis ng bahay lalo na kung alam mong makikipagsiksikan ka sa MRT, LRT, bus, jeep, etc. In fact, kahit hindi, mag deodorant ka pa rin.

from pinoyexchange.com

 

 

Anything you’d like to add to this class called Commuting Ethics 101?

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Posted by on October 14, 2014 in This city

 

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