Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Commute

This is how I anticipate my Tokyo commute to manifest each day

Thanks Frangipani

This is usually what my chariot looks like...

Thank the universe for pink iPods, big dreams and cute Japanese boys with big hair!

7 Comments:

Blogger lalo said...

Hi! at least there in japan you go in and out of the subs, in an order form, and some sort of working man helps to prevent accidents with the doors.
take a look at what happens here in Argentina here at youtube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O30rE0DXeVU

kissies!

12/11/07 10:05 PM  
Blogger Julie said...

These both made me laugh so much! The first commute is so rad!! And the second commute is what I just did an hour ago, down to the crowding and the platform jingle being the same.

But I still like it here!

Though it would be great to have some entertainment on the trains someday.

O LORD!

12/11/07 11:45 PM  
Blogger sushizume said...

OUCH! lalo that vid really looks like no one is going anywhere fast! I think I would get frustrated! Yes, here in Tokyo it is like clockwork! Despite the squeezing and bumping everything runs so smoothly, trains are on time, people line up neatly, it is safe!

Julie it really is entertaining. I think I would miss the trains alot if I left, even though I complain about them more often than I should. They provide me with so much viewing pleasure, I don't need a TV!

13/11/07 12:19 AM  
Blogger hacerse cargo!! said...

thanks a lot sushizume. At least here there are no earthquakes. The in width of stairs are for 2 people..so imagine what happens when light goes out or something like that.
Jejeje... that´s life!
We as people..are hopping to make some changes.. that´s why i fight so much with trains.
Well, i don´t want to bore you.
Kisses

13/11/07 12:48 AM  
Blogger lalo said...

Hi sushizume, i more thing regarding this thing. Take a look to this 2 videos. It´s quite diferent from tokio, isn´t it?
www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpvCnJix9Qs
www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhZkPbC3FnU

Kissies!

18/11/07 2:45 PM  
Blogger sushizume said...

OMG that is wild! I cannot believe that those passengers hold on like that or just jump onto the train. That really is amazing! Does it feel safe or do you feel like you are holding on for your life?

WOW
Thanks, that is a real eye opener!

19/11/07 9:59 PM  
Blogger leila marie said...

Oh my goodness!
Was that Ray Jay Adams!?!
I ain't seen that boy in a minute.
Look at baby boy doing his thang.
Reminds me of back home.
Thanks for sharing sushibaby!

20/11/07 2:23 PM  

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