10 “Ka-Pikon” Commuters You’ll Meet In PUVs

10 “Ka-Pikon” Commuters You’ll Meet In PUVs

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Every commuter has his or her own horror stories, which is why most would agree that taking PUVs aren’t at all that easy – it takes a lot of skills and patience to survive. Most of the time, you’ll end up finding yourself in a sea of commuters, on top of the heavy traffic you’d have to deal with. However, in spite of all these, we still choose to ride PUVs, simply because it’s cheaper and we have no other choice – unless you have your own vehicle.

Whether you’re on a bus, jeepney, or train, the hassles of commuting are always highlighted by “kaka-pikon” commuters, who we wish we’ll never encounter again. Some are hilarious, while others are just plain disturbing.

For whatever it’s worth, we’ve listed down the ten most “ka-pikon” commuters you’ll encounter while commuting.

1. The Shampoo Model

They’re usually the ones who have their fair-share of shampoo TVC moments, with their hair being blown by the wind. Sadly, for you, his/her hair ends up hitting you in the face.

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