1. The bus pauses at a stop and the doors open.
"I don't need your help, this walker has four wheels," an elderly woman firmly tells someone offering a helping hand.
"I'm 80, not 100!"
With her head held high and a brisk pace, she walks off. The helping hand sits down and shakes his head. His youthful brain isn't yet equipped to deal with that much assertiveness from the elderly.
2. A group of women gets on the bus. "So, Fatima, what did Santa Claus bring you?"
" Gingerbread biscuits, mandarin oranges, some chocolate figures, and of course toys," the woman with the veil answers.
"We don't want Santa become too generous, because it will be Christmas soon and then the kids will get even more presents."
"That's true, we don't want to spoil them too much!" another lady agrees.
Another woman from the same group takes a bag out of her purse. "Does anyone want some ginger bread?"
3. “"Daddy, why are the rubbish bins broken?" a concerned four-year-old daughter asks her bewildered father.
After a short silence: "Because the man who cleans the metro station lost the key."
"Is that why they put another one next to the broken one?"
"Yes, dear." "But daddy, why..."
Her voice is lost in the roaring noise of a metro car driving
into the station. Hand-in-hand, father and daughter step into the vehicle.