Updated: December 8, 2015 12:57:19 pm
Think Mumbai, and the Mumbai local is usually the second thought thereafter. Travelling in Mumbai’s local train is always a must in the list of ‘Things to-do in Mumbai’. It’s mostly overcrowded, difficult to hop-on with people hanging outside the compartments but it’s still the lifeline of the city. One cannot even imagine Mumbai without its local suburban trains and not only because its functional importance but because it has now become a part of a common man’s life they will not disassociate from, despite all its shortcomings.
So, when #MumbaiLocalIn3Words started trending on Twitter, it was but a matter of time before a barrage of emotions started pouring in from all corners — on what it means and what it stands for. These words rightly explain the plight and love of and for the entity that is “Mumbai local”.
Thoda side please!!! :D :D #MumbaiLocalIn3Words
— Jomy Alexander (@Jomyalexander) December 8, 2015
— Dhruv Sb (@DhruvSb) December 8, 2015
#MumbaiLocalIn3Words I would rather use 4 words. SURVIVAL IN HUMAN TSUNAMI.
— Anu Yadav (@Anu_Ahmazzing01) December 8, 2015
Sauna steam bath #MumbaiLocalIn3Words
— Jinesh Bhagdev (@jineshbhagdev) December 8, 2015
— Priya (@PriyaEvanz) December 8, 2015
Wester,Central, Harbour ❤ #MumbaiLocalIn3Words
— AttentionSeekerAnku (@Miss_Ankiita) December 7, 2015
This is sparta!! #MumbaiLocalIn3Words
— Nimish Deshmukh (@TheFierceReader) December 7, 2015
Thoda Adjust Karo !! #MumbaiLocalIn3Words
— aGHoRi taNtRiK (^_●) (@SerpnoxX) December 7, 2015
Andar jao na #MumbaiLocalIn3Words
— AttentionSeekerAnku (@Miss_Ankiita) November 12, 2014
An Everyday Adventure. #MumbaiLocalIn3Words
— Pawan Bhagat (@SocialKutta) December 8, 2015
Twitter n candycrush time #MumbaiLocalIn3Words
— Piku (@peachypiscean) December 8, 2015
#MumbaiLocalIn3Words Yeh Virar hai.. *takes a step back and waits for Borivali train*
— That Bombay Girl (@MissTalks_a_Lot) December 8, 2015
Dhakka mat maar! #MumbaiLocalIn3Words
— Disha (@MoodyQuill) December 8, 2015
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