The Anatomy of a Streetcar Ride is a Humorous Look at Public Transit

By: Sarah Moore - Published: • References: graphjam.memebase & bite
The Anatomy of a Streetcar Ride appeals to daily commuters that are forced to put up with a variation of annoyances ranging from minute to full-out frustrating while trekking around the city.

Featured on Bite.ca, the comic features all of the most common grievances that public transit riders have to endure on a regular basis. At the front of the streetcar the comic has left the driver out of the sketch as he is 'switching tracks or getting a coffee,' and is nowhere to be found.

As one goes toward the back of the car other obnoxious specimens are pointed out such as a person who is eating and making a massive mess, a crazy homeless individual mumbling gibberish under their breath and the not-so-courteous patron who refuses to move their bag from a seat for anyone to sit down. Stats for Commuter Complaints Comics Trending: Older & Chilly
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Interest: 0.8 minutes
Concept: The Anatomy Of A Streetcar Ride
Related: 78 examples / 60 photos
Segment: Neutral, 12-55+
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