These are the questions that I shouldn’t be asking myself because I almost never get an answer. I figured I should start asking my friends but then I still want them to be friends with me. So, here goes to the Internet…
- Why in my four years in the organization have I never bumped into that person (male) in the washroom who sits on the end of the left side of the forth aisle from the entrance?
- Why do some people press the call button of an elevator even when it clearly has been pressed before by someone who then thought it’s better to take the stairs? (More related.)
- Why are work meetings still a thing?
- Why don’t Mumbai local train travellers buy an ATVM Smart Card instead of having to stand in long lines to get a ticket?
- Why do some people get up as soon as the aircraft hits the tarmac?
- Do air hostesses ever NOT get the lecherous stare while on duty?
- Why do some people think that seats in Mumbai local trains can accommodate four adults?
- Why do bus conductors/drivers and some general public in Mumbai address entry/exit points in buses/trains as ‘gates’?
- Where do auto-rickshaw drivers gather the courage from to refuse a passenger a trip?
- Why is it so difficult for some people to follow traffic rules? (More related.)
- Why do people still get offended by expletives?
- Why is charity not compulsory?
- How many successful organizations were/are there in the world that do business ethically?
- How to address a stranger on the street who is of almost the same age as you? (Excuse me? Excuse me?)
- Where do you draw the line when it comes to separating the art from the artist in the era of #MeToo?
- What to do when you accidentally offend a stranger?
I have many more questions to ask but those can be saved for later. TN.
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