If two people take the same school bus everyday to get back home, will it be natural to use:
She's in my bus.
Actually our teacher asked us if someone took the same bus as S. Actually we have fixed buses that we get on and off each day in order to get to school and get back home. We are dropped off at our bus stops. Does it make it sound like "a group of kids boarding the same bus", if yes then to mean this can "in" be used?