A Day In My Life, Muni Chronicles

Muni Chronicles: The Man with the Bad Pancreas.

San Francisco is a public transportation friendly city. I don’t know how to drive, but even if I did I would still ride the buses, the monorails, the trains, the trolleys, and the cable cars because it is simply so much easier to get around! Plus, you save a lot on parking prices. With public transportation though comes lots of rare experiences. And, San Francisco public transportation, known as Muni, is always full of rare experiences. Sometimes hilarious, sometimes cute, sometimes bizarre, sometimes random, sometimes weird, sometimes scary, but always story-worthy. Every time I text my family about what my eyes and ears experience on the bus, my dad always says, start writing about it on your blog. So, I finally did! Here’s my segment known as the Muni Chronicles, where in different ways I re-tell all the memorable Muni stories I experience day-to-day in the city. Enjoy!

…Older man gets on the bus on Market and Ninth…

 

Bus Driver: Hello. Haha.

Man: Why’d you laugh? Haha.

Driver: Have a seat.

Man: No thanks, I’ll stand.

Driver: Have a seat.

Man: No! I’ll stand if I want to!

Driver: *hits the brakes

Man: *flies forward into railing… You are rude!

Driver: That’s it. Get off my bus.

Man: You are rude! I have a bad pancreas!

Driver: Get off my bus now.

Man: Do you like black people?

Driver: Get off the bus now.

Man: You know what, I’ll get off. I don’t want to ride with you driving anymore.

Driver: Bye.

Man: *gets off bus

Driver: *stuck at red light

Man: *Walks up to front door and waves… Hey, do you even like black people?

Driver: … I am black!

 

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