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post #1321 of 1735
Thread Starter 
Is that a normal kind of situation?
post #1322 of 1735
I don't know how normal it is, but it was annoying as all get out. He was so loud that my friend and I could barely hear each other.
post #1323 of 1735
Thread Starter 
There is this guy I have been seeing. He looks like a really tall hippy and he always has this yellow highlighter in his hand and waves it around in front of his face in like a crazy trance. I have seen him doing this many times. He must have some sort of problem. Or, well, he definitely does.
post #1324 of 1735

As a person who rides the nyc subway almost everyday I don't have a problem with most of these people; most of this stuff isn't a big deal.

 

The In Before Outers - I don't get these people, I really don't. 

 

The Escalator Blockers - This can be seen quite often on Lexington Avenue, 59th street station for the N,Q, and R line. I believe most of these people are tourist or just aren't use to being in a train station with escalators.

 

The Fish Eaters - NewYorkRanger, you can't complain about this one, and that label given to them sounds racist a.f. Be The Walker if it bothers you so much, atleast these aren't muggers or a homeless person that could rub their filth on you. It's what they eat, and the trains are their only form of transportation that wont take a year to get back home. Also, if it's fish, chances are it's tied in a plastic bag so you won't smell it, and it's garnished with ginger, and scallions, at least from what I've seen.  

 

May I add The Performer Performing for money, one train stop at a time.  

post #1325 of 1735
Giants

post #1326 of 1735
Some fuck just sneezed on the back of my neck. He didn't say anything, just looked at me, so I called him a son of a bitch in Korean and stared at him for the next two minutes. He got off at the next stop, so I got off and very overtly followed him to the station exit. I waited at the foot of the stairs and he reappeared about minute later, started descending, saw me, and hastily turned around.

Now I'm going home to drink a beer in the shower.
post #1327 of 1735
Like a fucking boss.
post #1328 of 1735
Thread Starter 
This one dude yesterday, emo goth kid, about 19 I would say, overweight with a white rat on his shoulder and a shit eating grin on this face. I didn't even want to give him the satisfaction.
post #1329 of 1735
WTF a rat?
post #1330 of 1735
You should have killed the rat while muttering about how MTA budget cuts mean they can't even afford decent exterminators anymore...
post #1331 of 1735
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

You should have killed the rat while muttering about how MTA budget cuts mean they can't even afford decent exterminators anymore...
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Also, let's not forget - let's *not* forget, Dude - that keeping wildlife, an amphibious rodent, for uh, domestic, you know, within the city - that aint legal either.
post #1332 of 1735
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

This one dude yesterday, emo goth kid, about 19 I would say, overweight with a white rat on his shoulder and a shit eating grin on this face. I didn't even want to give him the satisfaction.

you insensitve prick... yesterday was world goth day
post #1333 of 1735

I can think of few things more unfortunate than to have an insensitive prick.

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post #1335 of 1735
I've not seen an escalator that tall in NY. London?
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