Had to urban dictionary "nodding". And the H, I assume, is a train line?
I'm so sheltered. And I'd like to keep it that way.
Dude on the tram the other morning (have seen him once in the afternoon as well), looked like he was trying to make his way home, got off in a residential "poor" area... The whole time he was so fked up, trying to stay standing, but his legs kept bending...up, down, up, down...looked like he had taken something strong and been rolling all night or possibly for a couple of days and his body was shutting down on him... he seems coherent enough--got on and off tram at the intended stops it seems, tried to keep eyes open and stay standing up... and it was no easy feat for him, believe me, he was putting forth what must have been a HUGE effort. but it was hilarious. People were scared of him, moving away... and he knew it. I could imagine what it was like to be him, like, he is aware of the situation, but incapable physically to do anything about it, literally in survival mode on public transportation. I had to have a chuckle and thank the universe that I was not him.
I was walking behind this old guy with his arm wrist deep into his ass. Was stuck directly behind him for about a minute on the subway escalator. Just staring as he butt munched away. He was doing it for a good two minutes beforehand and showed no sign of stopping as he got off the escalator.
Truly, no fucks were given by this man.
So on the bus at peak hour today, there was a fairly large woman sitting at the back of the bus taking up the last seat with her leg which she was using to prop up an ipad she was watching russell howard on, people would walk up to her expecting her to move but she'd ignore them and continue to laugh loudly at her ipad till her stop came, she stood up and tried to walk down the isle but everyone standing up realized it was her and ignored her, she was too fat to squeeze past them so she missed her stop and couldn't get off till 10 stops later, hopefully the long waddle home will make her reconsider her bad manners.