Half way through, we were stucked in a tunnel because the electricity was off. This happens from time to time and leaves you sitting there in the tunnel, wondering if you have to get out and make your way back to the station on the rails. Very appealing.
After 3 minutes (which is long when you are stucked) the conductor gave lengthy explanations about what was going on over the loudspeakers. Which we could not understand because of the accordion-player.
He had entered the waggon one stop before and was now loudly playing tunes which seemed to have no structure at all and which mixed with other, more worrying screeching noises. And I/we desperately wanted to know what was going on. The man was unimpressed and continued his cacophonic symphony. Torture.
After a time, the metro went on and stopped again after seconds. I discovered that only the last wagon, (my wagon!) had been in the tunnel for 10 minutes, the rest of the waggons were already positioned at the platform in the next regular stop... !
Then I draw this:
It's all about being stucked. There is a lot to say about this. I'll have to think about it...