5 Types of Personality of Commuters

There are thousands of people living in our community, and every day, we meet hundreds of people in our way; be it at work, school or in shopping malls in the Philippines. It is inevitable! Different people with different personalities, that’s what we encounter every day.

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If you are observant enough of the people around you, you can see how they behave. A little bit of an observation can give you an idea of what personality he or she has. Even just by riding a public vehicle, you can already see and observe people with their different personalities.

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Talkative Commuters

Talkative commuters tend to talk a lot. Sometimes, they can’t notice that their voices are already loud. Some of the passengers might have fun listening to your talks, but the other passengers might be annoyed.

There are really times that we can talk loudly since the topics are interesting or funny enough for you not to mind or notice the other passengers, and that makes us talk or laugh out loud. The most embarrassing part is when one passenger might get annoyed and reprimand you to talk moderately and be considerate of the others.

Sleepy Commuters

We can’t blame them for sleeping inside the jeepney or in the public vehicles. They might be tired of doing the things that need to be done for work or for school and that leads them to sleep late. We all know it is not easy to stay up late since it drains our energy the next day.

We can understand that, but the most annoying part is that, when they tend to sleep on your shoulders. Some of the people are hesitant enough to wake them up since they are sleeping soundly. Lucky enough if that sleepy commuter can notice that they are already sleeping on your shoulders.

Friendly Commuters

Unlike talkative commuters, these people tend to talk to you in a friendly way. You can say that they are kind since they talk to you even though you both don’t know each other. These people usually talk about what is happening in our community, or what caused the heavy traffic that leads the people to be late for their appointments, or even random questions like what school are you attending or what kind of profession are you working.

Some people that don’t want to talk might be annoyed by these people since they tend to ask random questions. Well, just don’t show it to them. They might be offended since they just want to talk and be friendly to you in good faith.

Commuters who always Complain

There are also commuters that are grumpy. They have a bad mood even though it still early in the morning. They tend to complain why the vehicle is so slow that he or she might be late at work or in school. They sometimes also complain why other passengers are a bother to them that leads them to be annoyed and irritated. Some of them will complain when other passengers ask them to lend their fare to the driver.

Sometimes, watching and observing these people can also affect our day. We also tend to be annoyed by his or her rudeness. Well, it is really up to us whether we let it affect our day.

Helpful and Considerate Commuters

These people are so rare nowadays. They help other commuters settle inside the jeepney or another public vehicle. They also help commuters who have difficulty in carrying their baggage. And whenever they see a senior citizen or a handy cap, these people will consider offering their seat and let them sit instead.

These kinds of people give us inspiration to also help others in times of difficulties even though they are strangers. “What goes around comes around.” Cliché as it may seem, but it is already proven.

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