Although I am not a big fan of Indian buses, especially on narrow, bumpy, cliff-hugging mountain roads with poorly trained drivers, I’ve found myself taking them rather often lately. Share taxis don’t seem to be available everywhere I want to go and private taxis are a bit over budget at the moment. This sign was on a bus I took recently. I do try not to laugh publicly about some of the bizarre misspellings I see, because I don’t like to hurt anyone’s feelings, but this one had me doubled up with laughter. I really couldn’t help it, but maybe it doesn’t matter. No one had a clue what I was laughing about anyway. The sign actually had nothing to do with anything. There were no special sections for ladies, senior citizens or children. But at least it wasn’t overloaded, which was a surprise.



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