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Old 08.04.2012, 01:03
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Singing on trains

Does anyone know if there are rules against singing on inter-city trains? I guess it might disturb other passengers...
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Old 08.04.2012, 01:17
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You mean this kind of thing?



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Re: Singing on trains

There's something by the door with all the rules and that says you shoudn't disturb... or soemthing like that.
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Old 08.04.2012, 01:44
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Re: Singing on trains

I find many passengers in trains are already disturbed.

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Re: Singing on trains

Depends on how good your singing is I guess
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stick to the day job Phil...
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