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Paris: the Lovable Metro Driver

By Sedulia @Sedulia


The métro pulled in to the Franklin D. Roosevelt station on the Champs-Élysées, one of the busiest stations in Paris, but no one got off. The train sat there for a moment, and then the voice of the driver, a woman, came over the intercom. "No one's getting off at Franklin Roosevelt? No one?"

No one got on or off. 


Still no one.

"Ah, que je vous aime tous, mes passagers!"*

Suddenly, everyone was smiling.


*No one? How I love you, my passengers!

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