Simply ME...

A star or a rainy cloud,,, realistic or a dreamer,,, tough or emotional,,, a butterfly or a dolphin,,, it is all about me reflecting the transparent me!

Sunday, August 19, 2007

BABY's trolley



The way it goes here.. babies always get the priority! whether in a bus, underground or any other crowded place, a woman with a baby's trolley gets the seat.

What really impresses me is seeing elderly people standing up for a baby's trolley.. even if with the help of his walking stick, he would still stand up .. the baby's trolley is always getting the priority!

19 Comments:

  • At August 19, 2007 , Blogger Ammar said...

    So basically what you're saying is that the best way to guarantee a seat in australia is to be in a baby trolley!

     
  • At August 19, 2007 , Blogger Maioush said...

    ye how nice, they are so polite walahi.. yeah, oung people stands up for elderly people and elderley people stands up for babies .. kol shi mnazzam .. how nice

     
  • At August 19, 2007 , Blogger PŕōuđPāŀĩ said...

    lol ammar 7abbeit il istintaj :D

    well i think thats sweet. already a mother bitkun 3ayfeh 7alha fa at least something sweet :)

    saba7ek sukkar bannout :hug:

     
  • At August 19, 2007 , Blogger and life goes on... said...

    haha.. looool haik shy ;) it's really nice.. all the respect a baby's trolley gets here!!!

     
  • At August 19, 2007 , Blogger and life goes on... said...

    Maioush.. yeah! but seeing an elderly woman using her walking stick to help her in standing up for a baby trolley.. that was something i will never forget!! WOW!

    PŕōuđPāŀĩ.. not here! she'll find so many people to help her.. Im telling you babies here are treated like royalty!

     
  • At August 19, 2007 , Blogger and life goes on... said...

    PŕōuđPāŀĩ.. thank you!! Good morning to you.. it's almost night here.. HAHA

     
  • At August 19, 2007 , Blogger Sam said...

    and they have sidewalks to walk on as well i bet...ok ok...i'll stop with the sidewalk thing already...

     
  • At August 20, 2007 , Blogger SS said...

    I hear ya Dima! Those damn babies are soooo spoilt! they always get their way and ppl even change their diapers when they go potty! They are waited on hand and foot and they cant even talk/walk or get a job! Next time I see one of them spoilt brats Ima drag it outta the pram and sit in there, maybe they'll treat me like royalty the way I should be :P

    ya know they even have a special seat for someone with a pram near the front of the bus, it's also used for wheelchairs as well.

    You aren't thinking of bringing another Nimer into the world? we are barely coping with one of them! Give us some time to adjust lol maybe til they colonize Mars and I can move there :D

     
  • At August 20, 2007 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    yes ofcourse, u have alot of previliges just cuz u have a kid with u...big time and that is why i love it here...not there back home...
    peace to all
    afaf

     
  • At August 20, 2007 , Blogger and life goes on... said...

    Sam.. yeah sidewalks for everything.. it's so organized! But the babies are seriously getting a royalty treatment here.. i love this! :D



    afaf.. where do you live?

     
  • At August 20, 2007 , Blogger and life goes on... said...

    SS ...
    LOL!

    HAHAH! make sure to have someone to take a photo of you.. that would be hilarious :P

    I know about the special seat.. actually it's not one seat.. about 5 seats connected all together in a strange way. So when a baby's trolley gets in the bus, all the 5 people have to stand up ;)

    Oh Im only talking about baby's trolleys.. who said anything about another Nimer. :P It's still a long long way to go!

     
  • At August 20, 2007 , Anonymous Jason said...

    That's great to here!

    Treatment of babies is always a really good indicator of how advanced a society is--regardless of how technologically advanced they might be. Love and empathy is what one should look for.

     
  • At August 21, 2007 , Blogger and life goes on... said...

    Jason.. you're definitely right!!! love and empathy..

     
  • At August 21, 2007 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    in the states.
    afaf

     
  • At August 22, 2007 , Blogger Jasmina said...

    Ya salam, same thing happens in Jordan, exactly the same.. lol

     
  • At August 22, 2007 , Blogger and life goes on... said...

    Jasmina.. yeah that was something that really impressed me! It's different.. but well Jordan is always in the heart! what can I say!

     
  • At August 23, 2007 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    i remember i always had a stroller for my son in amman, but i only used when i was checking in/out my laugaugge in airport...but in amman itself, i used it once and never did again...sidewalks r not planned in amman with walking ppl on mind, not to mention baby strollers...forget it...
    afaf

     
  • At August 23, 2007 , Blogger and life goes on... said...

    afaf.. walking without a baby is hard in Amman, let alone with a baby! It's an adventure.. I used to hear all the bad words from everywhere, and then all the cars would just stop and talk to you.. it's sad! really!

     
  • At August 24, 2007 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    i will tell u what happens with me while flying RJ. all airlines i flew they TOLD me to provide a car seat for my son, when he was younger according to AFA regulations...i used to bring one along and never had a prob till one day i was so stupid to fly RJ, it was disaster...i was asked to leave it off the plane for check in...i said noway he had to use it while seated...according to them the AFA regulation were the opposite of other international airlines...i had a fight and kept it with me, and ofcourse u can imagine the attitude i got from crew staff...i never flew it again...
    that was just a simple example what we have to go through if we want to keep our kids safe..to them it is spoiling, i guess...
    peace to all..
    afaf

     

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home