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Train Passengers Vote BNP As Overcrowding Gets Worse

by | 9th, November 2010

MP says that when train overcrowding gets even worse, UK travellers will have to either: a) insert themselves into other passengers in an interlocking system last seen during the last days of Sodom; b) moo.

In readiness, the BBC has guidance on how to leave a packed train. Intriguingly, the answer is not to dress as a jihadi, vote BNP or wet yourself and sit in your own urine tramps always get plenty of room and a set on the London Underground but to do as productivity consultant Eugene Chinal. Pushing says:

The thing about efficiency is getting a consistent flow – if flow is impeded you get a build up. It’s the same when driving on the motorway or trying to get into a football stadium.”

Yeah, really. The crowd gets worse when there is a build up of people. Who knew? Here are the steps to freedom:

“When it comes to flow, even the smallest action or impediment can have a snowballing affect, behind the person and in front of them.”

Yep. Go on:

Firstly, all passengers who want to get off should be allowed to do so quickly – which means those eager to board the carriage ought to stand well back. Getting on as someone is getting off is a big no-no.

Yes. Yes. Yes. But look the dozing man has realised this is his stop. He’s racing to the door

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