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Pedestrians’ Guidebook: Some Helpful Hints for the Wandering Pedestrian August 24, 2006

Posted by pagani in Pedestrians' Guidebook.
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1. Never stop walking – it is a sign of weakness
2. If you see another wandering pedestrian, stay close. Numbers increase chance of survival if attacked
3. glare angrily at taxis*
*( note that it is not advised for you to actually attack taxis because you will lose, and be in considerable pain, side effects may include screaming, writhing, and, in most cases, death.)
4. Be kind enough to slightly move out of people’s way but not enought to show that you are a whimp

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