As is usually happens, just before you leave for the day you remember that you have just a ten rupee note in your wallet and the bike is thirsty for petrol. You mentally curse yourself for being careless and move lethargically towards the ATM. Similar careless people have queued up too, and you wish for the people to hurry – but wait, almost everyone who goes in the ATM, gets the money out and coolly proceeds to count each of the 40 notes, right there standing in front of the ATM while it is whistling for you to take the ATM card back and scoot. And the guy (or the gal) would not forget to double-check the count. You’d love to shout, “Move moron move”, but alas a small thing called decency stops you 😡
A lesson for people who do not work on the top floor: there are two buttons when you want to call for an elevator. If you press the button which shows the up-arrow means you want to go up, the button which shows the down-arrow means you want to go down. And if you want go down, why the f*** are you pressing the up button? And if you have no idea what button to use, wait for someone who knows or better – use the stairs, will be good for your cholesterol.
Why the hell do people doubt technology – the ATM will always dispense the right amount, and the elevator will surely come to take you down irrespective of whether you press the up button or not.