Friday dilemma: Is it ever OK to eat chips on the train?
It’s cold in Sydney this week. Really cold. Cold enough that gloves have to be worn and forgetting your jacket means the difference between an average and a very bad day. Oh, and also, it’s raining. So it’s cold and wet.
In these conditions, public transport becomes a true nightmare. Peak hour is not only squashy but it’s wet too. Plus, some particularly annoying people feel the need to keep the windows open in the train, to “let in the air”. Which means it is just as freezing inside the train as outside.
But all of these are small annoyances when compared to the people who decide to eat hot delicious, salty, yummy chips on the train at night, when there is more than 30 minutes between the rest of the train and their destination. It’s torture.
Which brings us to this week’s dilemma: it ever okay to eat hot, delicious, yummy food on the train at night when it is cold and wet and not share it with your fellow commuters?
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