About people in metro
Psychologists say that you can see someone's real face in the meantime at the time of he is sleeping.
I have naps in the metro as well. I think underground has some kind of magical influence to people. You can fall asleep there in the train even you've just had a cap of coffee.
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About People in the Metro
I like observing people in Moscow's metropolitan while they are taking a nap (or "snoozing . It's always some bouts  of fun! There are old people, weirdos, alcoholics, young mothers, youths, and so on and so forth. Someone is returning back home after a party, someone is on the way to work, and someone just has nothing else to do. It's amusing when you notice a person who is tilting to one side, losing consciousness, or struggling with a drowsiness.
Psychologists say that you can see someone's real face when he is sleeping.
I snooze in the metro as well. I think the underground has some kind of magical influence on people. You can fall asleep there in the train even you've just had a cup of coffee.
 "take a nap" is not wrong. But that makes it sound like the person's goal in entering the metro system is to go to sleep for a while. If you say "snooze," it sounds like a tired person simply falls asleep without really intending to.
 I don't understand the use of the word "bouts" in this context.
Very well written and amusing.
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