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Never miss ur train...

It all started yesterday when Me and Siddarth went with Avinash to Lokmanya Tilak Terminus(Avinash is going home after 8 months to Kanpur,in Khusi Express ).The train we saw is leaving the platform and we are seeing it going ,at the same time a Taxiwala asked Do u want to catch the train anyway we said yes and we went off for the chase on the taxi.The persomn in the taxi let us know that he will charge double if he catch the train at Kalyan and will not take any Penny iof he cant make us to catch it.So we decide yep thats right ........Then within 45 mintues of the taxiride through Thane and Kalyan we got the train and the most awaited curocity get on....THe taxi fare ...Guess how much ....guess guess again.....its astonoshing Rs 3300/= yes i know u will not belive but this is ......and we had to draw the amount from the nearby ICICI ATM and given that to the Taxi.Me and Siddarth returned from Kalyan to KUrla and then back to Home. We are seeing each other and remembering the incident we just experienced.WE reach the home at 2am.and had a deep sleep.

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