If its raining, or cold or both the bus will be lateIf you’re running late the bus will be too
If you think you have lots of time before your bus you read the timetable wrong (or its out of date or both)
If you’re early the bus is late If you’re late the bus was early
The other people at the bus stop are waiting for the bus that has just pulled in
If you have no change then the bus driver won’t have any either
The customer can be thrown off the bus at any time any explanation necessary
Two bus for the same place will always pull in together
The sign at the front of the bus is merely for decoration it is not the destination of the bus
Waiting for a bus seems to be longer than the journey.
If two or more bus routes go to one stop; at least one of each of the others will arrive before the one you want.
The bus you plan to take always leaves five minutes before you reach the bus stop. The bus you do take is always ten minutes late.
The hotter it is outside, bigger the chance there’s no air conditioning.
The first bus from your route will always appear first in the opposite direction.
If you seem to catch the last bus of the day, it left two minutes earlier.
The more times you ask the driver to tell you when to get off the bus, the chance he won’t tell you is bigger.
If you light a cigarette, the bus will come.
If you will light the cigarette in order to hurry up the arrival of the bus, it will be late.
Chat with a pretty girl, or light a cigarette, and the bus will arrive immediately.
The bus schedule should be known as one of the most exquisitly creative and vividly imaginary forms of fiction ever devised by man.
If you are early, the bus will be late.
if you are late to the bus-station, the bus will be on time.
If you must take a bus there’s a strike.
Irrespective time and route, the city buses are always crowded
The last person on the bus always wants the last stop
When your behind time you always get every learner driver in front of you and every light is red