Yesterday, like another Sunday, I went to CCF Salemba by using Transjakarta from UKI shelter. It takes bit longer time when I arrive there more than 7.20 am to catch Transjakarta with Harmoni, Senen or Ancol as destination. It took about 10-15 minutes until Transjakarta Harmoni arrived.
This time I got small bus and crowded, so I didn’t get a seat and I had to stand till UI Salemba shelter. In the middle of my way to CCF, a young man made a call for his friend. He said he lost his Blackberry before he entered the bus, someone had stole his cellphone. He started talk to his friend, and I started to control myself. I can’t translate what he said in english, because it will decrease its meaning.
Gue habis kecopetan, seriusan. Gue tadi kan naek angkutan, trus turun di UKI mau ke Tanjung Priok. Pas mau turun, ada mas-mas di pinggir pintu yang ga mau geser. Gue jadi kesusahan pas mau keluar.
Tadi si blackberry habis gue pake BBM an, gue taro di kantong jaket, gue kan BAWA TIGA hape, yang dua gue taroh kantong clana. Pinter banget copetnya, milih si Blackberry.
Eh si BB gemini skarang brapa ya? Oh, nggak ah gue ga mau yang itu (he mentioned a BB type). Gue mau beli BB yang baru aja. Brapa sih itu skarang?
Eh ntar gue pinjem kartu kredit lo aja ya. Soalnya kemaren pas cewe gue tanya, gue bilang kalo CC gue ga bisa dipake. Ntar ketauan lagi kalo gue beli BB pake CC gue. *:lol:*
He made the call for about 15 minutes and every time he said “Blackberry”, his voice will be louder. I didn’t know the urgency of telling your privacy in front of public. Didn’t he feel ashamed?
Hey, young man, I don’t care what kind of phone that you have; BB, iPhone, Samsung, Nokia or whatever. It won’t make me put more respect in you. And, I think all of us need to learn how to behave in public :).