So I was on the bus yesterday and the person sitting across the isle from me turned to the person sitting before me and asked him where a certain street was. The person who was asking was a foreigner and doesn't speak Hebrew very well and the other person was breaking his teeth over the English. Anyway, he wasn't able to help out since he gets off before the stop the guy wanted. Meanwhile I was debating with myself whether or not to say anything, should I butt it and talk to him in his mother tongue, especially since I was getting off the stop he was interested in. After a while I said to him that I'm getting off the same stop. He totally ignored me. :stare: People suggested he ask the bus driver but he didn't want to. So I decided not to say anything further. When I made my way off the bus, I told the guy that this is his stop. My question to you is if you find yourself listening in on 2 strangers' conversation (similar to the one described above) what would you do? Would you be helpful and offer your knowledge to help them out, or would you let them solve the problem on their own? When you are having such a conversation, do you welcome the helpfulness of a complete stranger?