Today marks a first of sorts.
For the first time, I got really pissed off at the people who were pushing behind me, and for once, I let loose. Basically all I did was to said in a very angry voice to the people behind me was, “OI JANGAN TOLAK BOLEH TAK?”
Translated it means, “Hey, do you mind not pushing?”
Thing is, what really irritated me was that this woman who was pushing at me with her HUGE luggage bag. I really hate the feeling of something hitting into the area above my ankles. It really, really, irritates me. After that shout, she stopped.
The story doesn’t end there though.
There were these two ladies who remarked behind me in Malay that I was in a foul temper and was taking it out on other people, suggesting by their tone that I was a rude little girl for daring to raise my voice. At this point I was telling myself to just shut up, because they themselves had rushed into the train in front of others, without waiting for their turn.
I got off at the next train and listened to Enma (my MP3 player) to take my mind off them. If I had stayed in the train, I probably would have given them a lashing as well. Yes, when I am pissed off I do have a short temper, and as Shaun would tell you, you don’t want to be at the receiving end when I’m feeling really angry and creative.
Then I went home. It was a long trip, but it felt good to get home and zone out. Still, I’m feeling that I should have just given those girls a piece of my mind. I don’t like people talking behind my back. You got an issue with me, tell it to my face.
On a good note: YAY THE STANDING TRAINS ARE BACK! Well, not a lot of them, but I hope to see more of them during rush hour soon! 🙂