Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Traffic on Weekends


I am glad I was born and raise in the Philippines where I experienced all the hardship and difficulties in life and learned how to deal with it. Philippines is rich with natural resources but in terms of productivity we depend on foreign countries who have the resources to developed it. People there are very hard working to find ways and means to meet their ends. Anyway, traffic jam is inevitable in the Philippines due to the narrow roads and crowded streets. Although there are few places that have wider roads but still traffic is always a problem. Hence, drivers and passenger learn to deal with it as it is part of our lifestyle there. Despite of a long traffic on the street back in our place, you cannot hear swears and nasty words from drivers and passengers.

People here are expecting to see less traffic on the weekend. When things doesn't work the way they expect, be ready to hear swears that you haven't heard before. A long traffic last weekend due this (photo above) made the man on the front seat uttered unbelievable words in which he don't have supposed to say because there were toddlers in the back. The little man was secretly recording those words he heard and applied it today when he dropped something on the floor.

3 comments:

Umma March 17, 2011 at 12:35 PM  

Hayz.. traffic.. you cant do anything about it once the congestion gets terrible. I've learned to live with it :)

Cecile March 17, 2011 at 7:33 PM  

oh uh....traffic can be annoying sometimes....but we need to learn to deal with it, lalo na pag may bata na kasama...si Jake din eh nanggagaya minsan :-)

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