Thread: Tram etiquette
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Old 23.07.2009, 12:33
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Re: Tram etiquette

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If you want to take your bike on the tram, you have to buy a ticket. If you've bought a ticket, are on the tram and the tram is full, so what? Why not tell those with a child's pram at rush hour to get off when there's five yummy mummies all returning home after a day at the park? I'm pretty certain you don't need a ticket for prams, yet some of them are bigger than bikes and can occupy half a carriage. Just wait 3 mins for the next freakin' tram!
Uncle Max, seriously ? returning from a day in the park.... is that the impression young harrassed mothers give ?

I can remember getting on buses and trams with a baby pram after a full day's work, after having run across the city to be on time for the kinderkrippe.

mmmmm a long day in the park, that would have been nice....
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