18 July 2007

I was stuck

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A traffic Jam



12 comments:

Kadalabal said...

traffic scenerio of bangalore optly
explained good one srki

pranesh

neela said...

nice changes on your blog.
intha jamugaLu namma Goan iLijaaru rastegaLalli aadare clutch plate,brake ella devarige preeti

Priya said...

yup we all are stuck..and that too daily!!!

mouna said...

is it j.c road? well looks like it. correct me if i'm wrong.

today, i cleverly(i thought i was) avoided k.g.road reasoning that there'll be traffic there.. i was stuck in another snarl on rajbhavan road... got annoyed at the auto in front of me. it was emitting nasty smoke at me. all for my intelligent thinking, bah!!

December Stud said...

LOL.....I pity you...but I had a hearty laugh, sorry ;)

Srik said...

pranesh sir, Come back. Nice to see you here after a looooong time.

neela, Sad, u r bothered about clutch plates of vehicles in Goa, what about them in a city with highest number of two wheeelers in the world?

priya, on some specific roads, we are used to the slow moving traffic, but complete halt for a few minutes is something that I didnt experience, that too on J C Road.

mouna, Yes, J C Road... of cource. I guess K G Road is better, as it is sufficiently broader and some strict rules(of one ways and lane system) are implemented there. huh The auto guys...

U know what.. there was this auto guy with this statement written "Hoge Rahita vaahana Sukhi kutumbada jeevana" (A happy family's secret is a smoke less vehicle), but his auto was emitting the blackest and dirtiest smoke with a Trrrrrrrrrrr noise.

DS, Laughing at my expense. You need not be sorry since I managed to reach my destination with no problems at all.

Jams are caused, no use in cribbing the cops or the driver in front of you. All are busy, and every one is in a hurry.
This happens more so when u have an important assignment to complete, or when u r out to meet an important person. One relief is, most of the times, that fellow also is stuck like you :-)

mouna said...

u should have stopped that guy and repeat the message that his auto professed. i would have done that, nija ;)

stopping for a few mins caught in a traffic snarl. i'll be surprised if that does not happen to me. i've been held at one position for 10-15 mins, if not more. u are lucky.

Srik said...

mouna, depends on which route you take. I usually take the 'Adda daari's to reach quick and safe ;)!!

bachodi said...

'Adda daari'?? hmmm . ..
no legal issues eh?

neela said...

nammoralli two wheelers ge brake irattappa

Priya said...

ah..u have not been stuck near Banergatta road..for full 35 minutes...i had that dreeadful experience...near diary circle..phew

Vijay said...

Srik, you should have used the footpath like the guy in the picture...