Thursday, 3 December 2009

Keep fit techniques for those `hard to convince` groups

You never know, if we can con people into driving considerately, we may even find a cure for `road rage` and high blood pressure as well....

6 comments:

Blue Eyes said...

I think piano steps would make me more likely to use the escalator. The sound of commuters clashing keys could cause cerebral combustion.

powdergirl said...

I hate escalators. I have a vague nagging fear that they'll feed me into some horrific mechanical set of flesh eating jaws when we reach the top.

Maybe thats just me, though.

I'll take the stairs, but like BE says, it could be little jarring for the ears.

JuliaM said...

It's not just you!

They are a pain in the neck to climb when non-operational too; the depth is much greater than a normal flight of stairs.

Hogday said...

BE: Its a Swedish idea. Bloody Socialists again.

PG: I hate excaliatoirs.

JuliaM: Bloody contraptions.

powdergirl said...

So you hate them in French, too?

I'm totally going to work on my bilingual hatred skills.

Blue Eyes said...

Julia there is something deeper than the depth of the steps about walking on "dead" escalators. My brain really goes into spasm when I have to do it.