This is real life. Figuring out how to balance yourself when you’re standing on the bus is very important because the driving here is insane. Today I was riding the bus and all of the seats filled up quickly and I ended up sitting next to a woman. An elderly woman got on the bus a little later, and there were no more seats, so I got up and let her have mine. I hate standing on the bus because the way they drive is insane and I always feel like I’m going to fall down. And I have almost fallen down several times because they hit the brakes a lot and it sends you flying if you’re not holding on for dear life. I have learned that shifting my weight from one foot to the other helps a lot. When we’re at a stop, and I know the bus driver is going to floor it because apparently we’re in a NASCAR race, I shift all my weight on my back leg so I don’t fall on the floor. How embarrassing would that be to just fall on the floor? If they’re just driving, I have my legs shoulder length apart so that I can be equally balanced. It’s a science. Sometimes my body just totally swings around. It’s crazy. So as I was standing on the bus being tossed around, I was thinking about balancing and crazy Korean driving and we came up to another stop. The lady that I sat down by when I first got on the bus tapped my shoulder and pointed to her now empty seat, next to the elderly woman I gave my seat to. I start walking to the seat, and what happens? The bus driver floors it and I go flying forward and basically fall on top of the elderly woman. So basically I gave this sweet, precious woman my seat, then a little bit later I sat on her. I’m the worst.