For the Brown Belts, here’s a new topic:
Brown016：What would you say to a passenger who is sitting near you on the train and start talking on the phone?
Have you witnessed your nearby passenger answer the receiving call on the train? I have several times.
In one of the cases, I was surprised at how careless they were to let their phone ring instead of setting the manner-mode. But not only didn’t they feel sorry and that they tried to stop their phone from ringing, but they actually answered it and began to talk with a normal loudness! I was both furious and astounded. Everyone near them must have listened to them and got extremely annoyed, but they din’t seem to care too much about being frowned at.
They had a brief talk on over the phone, concluding that they were on the train at present and that therefore they couldn’t talk too long. No way! I shook my head. You are supposed not to let the phone ring, answer the call, not to mention talking, which is a matter of course, or a the common sense we share.
Would you say anything to them or not? I didn’t. Why? Because I didn’t want get involved in an unnecessary trouble that may have happened. Well, am I qualified to state my opinion on this matter? Would you tell them? here!