The Battle in the Bus

Monday, May 18, 2009


I was on my way to KL that day after visiting my parents in Lumut. I've got to seat behind the driver, which was unusual to me because I've always got the back seat. I like sitting at the back, especially when the ride gets bumpy. We'll be thrown everywhere!

Anyway, i put on my earphones and start listening to my US oldies. After a couple of miles on the road, i then smelled something awful. Yes, that awfully dreaded smell was coming from a burning cigarretes. Now, who would stupid enough to smoke inside an air conditioned bus. Don't they see the NO SMOKING sign inside the bus. To my surprise, the culprit is our very own BUS DRIVER!

For god sake, now what the hell I suppose to do?
We got kids inside the bus inhaling deadly cigarretes smoke and found the one who suppose to prevent this is the smoker himself. What de fish, I've then do some sign languages as if I am very allergic to cigarretes smoke. I coughed and closed my nose like I am diagnosed for a severe asthma. UhuK! Uhuk! Help me!!! (That was exagerated a little)
I don't know if it works as the driver quickly finished off his cigarette. Lucky that I don't have to yell to stop him.

I am still not contempt with the bus driver attitude. It does not need long for my revenge to take place. An explosion of another deadly gas is going to take place!!!

Puuttt....

At least I don't see any NO FARTING sign in the bus. (Fart tu Kentut ya kanak kanak)
The smell is out of this world, even I myself couldn't handle the pressure. Fortunately the bus is still in control and I managed to arrive in KL safe and sound.

13 comments, 페이스:

Lun said...
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Lun said...

naquib, just ask the bus driver to stop smoking.... you r not afraid aren’t u? haha

U said u have naquib's martial arts.. use it then

Kick that bus driver to HEll!!!

naqiubex said...

My first rule of engagement is sign language..
Then I will talk to him..
Then I will kick his ass..

Farah Adila said...

it is a usual thing done by bus driver.. i hv experienced it b4.. huhu.. since that day, i pray my seat is not behind the bus driver..huhu

naqiubex said...

Yes, but I don't think it is usual on a long journey bus!

SuFy said...

hehe..little joke!!

Nazra~ said...

Malaysians love to break the rule even there have a sign shows what they are not supposed to do.

Agree?

^_^

naqiubex said...

I agree, but not all Malaysians. Same goes to my African and Arab friends.
They love to break the rules.

syafawani said...

hehehe..lovely joke:)

syai_mania2000 said...
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syai_mania2000 said...

oh God.. bro.. u fought cigarette smoke with invisible smoke.. hahaha.. tak senonoh tol..

ファラ 'aqila said...

hehehehe..dugaan...

- bxn said...

That was pretty disrespectful. Way to set an example, moron (the bus driver, not you).