One of the absolute worst parts about driving or taking public transportation is getting caught in rush hour.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve almost lost it after getting stuck in slow-moving traffic. However, I’m well-aware that it could get much, much worse in different places — especially Japan.

Referring to Tokyo subway passengers as sardines wouldn’t be any stretch of the imagination, because they pack themselves so tightly in the trains that the doors sometimes won’t even close.

This would be a nightmare for anyone with claustrophobia.

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Well, that definitely puts things in perspective. I’m going to think twice before I ever complain about traffic again!

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