Everyday Routine Takes an Unexpected Turn: A Bus Driver’s Encounter with an Elderly Passenger

Being a bus driver can be quite monotonous at times, even for those who operate long-distance routes, as they often find themselves traversing the same roads day after day. However, occasionally, this routine is disrupted by rather peculiar incidents involving passengers.

These moments can range from humorous and entertaining to those that make bus drivers yearn for one of their “boring” days. In the following joke, a bus driver encounters a passenger who truly puts his patience to the test.

A bus driver was plying his regular driving route when an old lady got on the bus and sat behind the driver.  For every ten minutes into the ride, She kept asking the driver a question. The first ten minutes into the ride, the old woman piped up and asked the driver,

“Have we reached Falls Creek yet, sonny?”

Turning to the woman, the driver replied that they were yet to get to Falls Creek, and whenever they got there, he was going to inform her. As the hours passed, The old woman kept asking if they had gotten to Falls Creek, and it was beginning to get on the nerves of the driver.

The driver got frustrated with the constant badgering and could not help but give a sigh of relief when a little town came in view. eager to drop the woman and get done with the questioning, he slammed his legs on the brake, pulled over, and called out to the woman, saying: “This is where you get out, lady.”

The old woman asked if it was indeed Falls Creek, and the driver replied in the affirmative and yelled at the woman to get out. Smiling at his answer, the woman explained sweetly that she was not getting down at Falls Creek as her final stop was the town ahead.

Confused at her answer, The driver wanted to know why she kept badgering him, and she said, “it’s just that my daughter told me that when we got this far, i should take my blood pressure pill.”

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