Here is a comic strip about public transportation!
Be sure to always travel with ExpressBus™, as they’re the only company with the crucial feature depicted above.
No wonder people give me dirty looks for pressing that button multiple times. :P
Talk about in medias res in that first panel. Also, a happy ending… how rare!
Imaginative and fun strip! Gotta love the facial expressions the bus driver makes.
It might be time for a “no one dies” tag. It’s not like you’d have to use it that often.
I don’t know.
That parachute looks awfully small for slowing that bus down enough.
The people on the place where the bus landed aren’t happy either
ExpressBus is actually a real company over here. This comic makes me trust them a lot.
Kick-ass spoiler on that bus. Really makes it even more aerodynamic than the average bus!
So.. How much did they pay you?
I like the way the kid’s baseball cap settled gently back onto his head as the bus’s fall slowed.
I found the second panel to be the funniest. Pressing the button to get off when the bus is already airborne is just an incredibly amusing mix of insanity and naivety. :-D
You would think they’d start falling towards the front of the bus after the parachute deployed with momentum and physics and gravity and stuff.
Kid pressing the button but what are the other two doing? Are there pullcords up there like here in Canada, or are there buttons up there in your strange and weird country?
Buttons up there, yes. So that each passenger can press the button from the comfort of their own seat. And by doing so, also subtly indicate to the person sitting next to them that they may need some room to get out if they’re in a window seat. Without necessarily having to ask for it. Because no one likes to talk to strangers.
We do the same but with a pullcord :P
I think you’re confusing charter buses with city buses. City buses have the pull-cord. Long-haul charter buses intended for comfort usually have an overhead button to operate reading lights, ventilation, etc.
In Canada, I mean. ;-)
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