After a week and a half commuting through south London in my trusty car, I have made the following observations:
- “Mirror, signal, manoeuvre” appears to have been replaced by “manoeuvre, mirror, (optional) signal”
- The correct response to any form of hesitation on the road is to immediately overtake. This is doubly true if there’s a bus involved.
- The car is the best place to do your make-up, especially if you’re the driver
- The correct form when stepping out from between stationary traffic into oncoming traffic is to ignore the car frantically doing an emergency stop to avoid reducing you to a fine, unobservant paste, until the very last minute. Then, you freeze like a rabbit in headlights, before laughing and carrying on across the road.
Despite all this, it’s still more enjoyable that taking the train into central London.
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