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post #1591 of 1736
He's a techno evangelist. You just got proselytized!
post #1592 of 1736
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Barefoot Lady Is Just Going to Kick Back and Relax on the Subway Like She Owns the Place



And today's award for the Fewest Fucks Given goes to Barefoot Lady Stretching Out and Drinking a Beer on a Crowded Train. Was she fired earlier in the day? Did she just get some kind of horrible medical diagnosis? Is she just always like this? We hope she's just always like this.
post #1593 of 1736
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Quote:
Barefoot Lady Is Just Going to Kick Back and Relax on the Subway Like She Owns the Place



And today's award for the Fewest Fucks Given goes to Barefoot Lady Stretching Out and Drinking a Beer on a Crowded Train. Was she fired earlier in the day? Did she just get some kind of horrible medical diagnosis? Is she just always like this? We hope she's just always like this.

I think "lady" is a bit of a stretch.
post #1594 of 1736
Thread Starter 
I'd totally hit that.
post #1595 of 1736
and get those dirty feet around your neck?
post #1596 of 1736
Thread Starter 
In my mouth.
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post #1598 of 1736
Very crowded subway ride on the way home. Like Asian crowded. I was next to/crushed up against two very attractive women. Whenever the train slowed down, one of them would place her hand around the other's throat for support. It wasn't not hot.
Edited by Claghorn - 11/3/13 at 9:18pm
post #1599 of 1736
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It wasn't not hot.

Pure gold.
post #1600 of 1736

I see my family all the time. It helps that almost all my immediate family either works, lives, goes to school, or some combination in NYC.

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post #1601 of 1736

One thing I always notice on subways and public transport all over the Western world, when its really crowded and there's no place to stand and its hard to hold onto something and no one has any personal space to speak of, sometimes men are face to face with their bodies against (or very close to) a woman's body, his arm across her...  in a different context, they could be a couple in an intimate moment... yet they are total strangers, and I often wonder if women ever feel threatened or at least annoyed by this...like, the guy is trying to get past her to the door, but the train hasn't stopped yet, and he is frozen in mid-movement but basically on top of her.  I know it is done out of necessity, but as I've been observing it for years, its rare to see two men in the same juxtaposition... Just sayin.

post #1602 of 1736
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Your post gave me a boner. Just sayin.
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The CTA is closing in on the last person seen with the alligator that was discovered at O’Hare Airport earlier this month.

In images released by the CTA, a woman in a black coat on a Blue Line train is seen holding the alligator. The woman boarded the train at the Pulaski Station at approximately 1:17 a.m. on Friday, November 1. The woman was seen on security video exiting with the alligator at the O’Hare Blue Line terminal at 2:17 a.m. The woman was then seen again at the O’Hare rail terminal at 2:44 a.m., this time without the alligator.

The alligator was captured without incident at O’Hare and turned over to animal control.

The person responsible for the act could face a misdemeanor charge of cruel treatment of an animal or a fine of $300 to $1,000 for cruelty to animals for abandoning an animal in a public place.
post #1604 of 1736
X-post from NYC thread.

Was on the E train this afternoon and this homeless looking guy was sleeping in the first car. Nothing unusual except at some point he pulled his pants down and then revealed his erect pen0r through his boxers. We all moved to the other side of the car.
post #1605 of 1736
On the line I usually catch, the trains have little upholstered cushiony bits at the end of each carriage, designed for you to lean against. This is my preferred spot for reasons I shall go into in a separate post. The only hitch is that leaning against it means your legs are a little bit it the way of the door, so at each stop you have to move your feet out the way for people to get on and off. If the train is really busy, you can't really lean at all, just stand. Fine, no problem. Today, on a not very busy train, I moved me feet as a guy got on. He then just stood there, in the spot where my feet had just been, leaving me awkwardly sort of hovering in the corner, propping myself up on my hands. Plenty of room for him to stand elsewhere. So I just put my feet back more or less where they had been, between his feet and his bag. He then chose to move off further into the carriage. Victory.

Still, makes me want to not move my feet out the way for anyone anymore.
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