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post #1561 of 1735
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Stood on the crowded platform for 30 minutes waiting for my train. I was pouring fucking sweat as it was like 200 degrees down there. Sweat through my pants, got to work late because of a stalled train. Got five hours of sleep last night, working too much, fuck everybody and especially fuck the MTA.

Things can only get better...

Sometimes..
post #1562 of 1735
http://blogs.sfweekly.com/thesnitch/2013/09/boozing_dude_on_muni.php
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post #1564 of 1735
Cheers to the big fella who stepped in between them. As for the little bigot, well, I guess some folks just can't be told.
post #1565 of 1735
He sounds like a Bostonian
post #1566 of 1735
Thread Starter 
Crazy drunk diseased woman got on the train last night late with all of these bags, she popped open a tall boy, and lit up a cigarette and was cursing to herself while vigorously scratching her extremely bony leg sending skin flaking all over. It was a sight. She kept telling some "bitch" to shut up and everybody just thought she was nuts, because she was, clearly. Then she got up and almost fell over. People thought she was trying to grab the pole, but nope, rather some girls face. She grabbed this girl's face and slurred, "Shut up, bitch! Ya talk too much" (which was ironic considering this woman kept talking to herself, but that particular girl was talking a lot (Credit where credit is due)). At this point it was time for the girl to get off the train and pulled away and got off. She had huge boobs (girl who got face grabbed, not crazy lady). The experience made my night. Kinda.
post #1567 of 1735
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

... Then she got up and almost fell over. People thought she was trying to grab the pole, but nope, rather some girls face. She grabbed this girl's face and slurred, "Shut up, bitch! Ya talk too much" (which was ironic considering this woman kept talking to herself, but that particular girl was talking a lot (Credit where credit is due)). At this point it was time for the girl to get off the train and pulled away and got off. ...

:crackup:

post #1568 of 1735

I feel like there are million upon millions of undiagnosed cases of asperger's. I think most people have it. Seriously.

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post #1569 of 1735
None of the aforementioned incidents sound like Asperger's, so WTF are you talking about?
post #1570 of 1735
Actually I have similar assumptions, except instead of Asperger's, I just assume everyone I meet is on drugs.
post #1571 of 1735
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Originally Posted by Hayward View Post

Actually I have similar assumptions, except instead of Asperger's, I just assume everyone I meet is on drugs.

Well we all think that you're on drugs, so that's only fair.
post #1572 of 1735
You know when you're in a packed rush hour train that's suddenly permeated by an incredibly malodorous gaseous anal emission confused.gif Is this just the result of one 'slipping out' accidentally? lookaround.gif Or are there malcontents who take some kind of perverse pleasure in stinking up the car? devil.gif
post #1573 of 1735
Thread Starter 
^Sorry... shog[1].gif
post #1574 of 1735
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Originally Posted by romafan View Post

Or are there malcontents who take some kind of perverse pleasure in stinking up the car? devil.gif
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post #1575 of 1735
Thread Starter 
I've realized I love the word malcontent. Content suggests a lack of happiness, and you are sub content that is just fucking miserable sounding. Great word. Will insult more people with it.
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