I live in a town that could be described as something that was once a pretty important hub of the country. It practically still is, since it houses one of the biggest oil depots in the metro. So one of the things the residents have to put up with is the constant traffic composed mainly of huge trucks and tankers.
But the biggest problem in my area is that it lacks trees. The buildings aren’t that high either, so when the afternoon hits, the entire town becomes really, really parched.
Of course, that’s no problem,thanks to modern-day waterworks. But what happens when an unplanned water shortage occurs in the middle of the day?
Three words, man. Three words.
I wouldn’t have been surprised if the local waterworks’ telephone was off the hook that day. Haha. Serves them right, though.