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post #1726 of 1733

 

Japanese briefcases all have sissy handles. 

post #1727 of 1733
fuck this asshole

http://nypost.com/2014/06/16/subway-train-evacuated-after-rider-fight-turns-toxic/
post #1728 of 1733
Are you offering your services?
post #1729 of 1733

People who lean against poles on crowded morning trains should be made to leave the city and not return until completing a course on how to not be a fuck. 

post #1730 of 1733

If people are able to lean against anything on a crowded NYC subway, NYC subways must not be very crowded. :nest:

post #1731 of 1733
So I'm sitting across from a not unattractive woman (well, attractive in the 6 inch heels, 10k worth of surgery, likely works in a male oriented service industry sort of way). On her foot is a tattoo of the word "sex." On her other foot is a tattoo of the biohazard symbol. What was apparently lost on her is not on me.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

So I'm sitting across from a not unattractive woman (well, attractive in the 6 inch heels, 10k worth of surgery, likely works in a male oriented service industry sort of way). On her foot is a tattoo of the word "sex." On her other foot is a tattoo of the biohazard symbol. What was apparently lost on her is not on me.

:lol:

post #1733 of 1733

People on the bus or metro who, despite being in the same "boat" so to speak as the rest of us, make their transportation experience so much more exhausting than yours. Like, they are panting, cursing at the door opening or not opening in time, rolling their eyes and acting like everyone else is in their way, not happy with anything that is happening such as not having a place to sit, maybe they are carrying something, and its heavy, and they are panting and wheezing and sweating like taking public transport is the most inconvenient thing ever, when really they should be bloody happy it is there!  I typically see this of older women. And then everyone else, in the same situation, is just acting normal. LOL

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