When Work Follows You Home On The Bus

, , , , | Right | April 30, 2021

In England, unless the driver has massively wronged you, you generally say, “Thank you,” to them as you disembark a bus. Getting off the bus after a long shift, my brain gets a little mixed up.

So, instead of saying, “Thank you,” I come out with a good old: 

Me: “Can I help you?”

And I said it at full customer-service volume.

There was quite a long, frozen pause until the driver drove off.

Thank God there was no one waiting to board.

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