And quite frankly i don't give a rats what people thought. Its not like I make a song and dance- just a smile and "do you want to sit down".
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30-09-2015 21:24 #21
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30-09-2015 23:08 #24
I dont offer my seat.
Personally when I was pregnant in the early stages and needed a seat I was asking for one.
01-10-2015 03:23 #25
I have asked apparent herby looking people if they mind if I sit down in the reserved section when they've sat there.
01-10-2015 03:28 #26
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01-10-2015 04:06 #27
Wwyd: giving up seat on bus
Wondering if it was me!! Was on a bus yesterday afternoon - am 30 weeks pregnant with twins and think it's pretty obvious but no body moved on packed bus. Stood over the people in the courtesy seats pushed belly in their faces - but no one moved and did throw a lot of daggers eyes. Interestingly all (younger) women ... ( besides legit older folk) I think am more comfortable asking men to move ... And have asked them to move recently ....Seat came up after 20 mins ...have found it worse in Sydney (lack of courtesy) than most other places have lived .... Big city effect .....
Ps I give up my seat all the time and did do early in the day but just moved (waddled) down the bus to an empty seat
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01-10-2015 12:23 #28
Gosh, this thread makes me glad I live in ab area without access to public transport! Im terrified of all of these bus politics! I think I would have to wear a badge. "I'm a country girl. Please excuse my lack of public transport etiquette".
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01-10-2015 13:13 #30
It's a tough one. I guess you could just say 'would you like a seat?', it doesn't need to be a big deal. When I was 10 weeks pregnant and the last pot bellyish I have ever been in my life was the time when I needed a bus seat most which became apparent when I fainted on the bus after a particularly hellish trip.
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