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A day at the train station

October 16, 2010

Ah, that was a good lunch. Now, what’s going on here then? Better take off the old jacket…put that on the back of the chair there. No, try that again. Ok, take three. There we go. What’s this? A piece of paper. Is it important? Doesn’t look like it. Better make it look like it is though. Check both sides…nope. There we go. Put that to one side. Ok, mouse goes there, keyboard goes there, adjust the screen…much better. Right. Am I the only one serving right now? So I am. Wow, those people look pissed. Wonder how long they’ve been waiting? I should probably start serving them. One sec though. Where did I put my bag? …There it is. Ok, put that on my lap here, open it up, make it look important. Where’s my pen? Not in here obviously, but I better keep looking to make sure. Nope, definitely not in there. In this drawer? Nope. What’s that? Ah, a coin tray. Might need that later. Better take it out and give it a clean. Are they still waiting? Yep. Ok, that’s nice and clean now. I’ll just put that there…no, it looks better there. Right. Is the screen still adjusted right? Yep, that’s fine. All right, shift the old weight in the chair. Much better. I suppose I should start serv-oh hey, Marie! Have a good lunch break? You’re just walking up and down for no clear reason? Ha, I should give that a try. Actually, better not. Looks like a riot could break out here soon. Sigh. Do I really have to start providing customer service? Really? Fine.

Next, please.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Andrew permalink
    October 27, 2010 2:19 pm

    Dig it.

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