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post #541 of 1733
Does a baby arm count as blunt?
post #542 of 1733
No, I meant like pipe stick bat youknowhatI mean.
post #543 of 1733
I did. And you know what *I* mean. nod[1].gif
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^ They all belong in the funny picture thread! Crazy.

post #546 of 1733
This one deserves to be seen here

post #547 of 1733
Haha is that on bart?
post #548 of 1733
Yep
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Thread Starter 
Amazing.
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post #551 of 1733
I wonder what the reaction would have been if he'd done it to her...

That also reminds me of one of the more unpleasant experiences I've had on the subway. It was a relatively quiet train on a Sunday morning I think. I'm sitting down and there's plenty of spare seats. Some guy wearing dirty jeans and stinking of booze and looking like he hasn't showered in about a month comes in and as the doors are closing, he's lining up his ass to plonk it down on the seat next to me. Lovely. Then, just as he hits the moment of actually sitting down (this took him a while), the train pulls away, causing him to fall to the side as he's sitting down. Right on my lap. ffffuuuu.gif
post #552 of 1733
i had to run an errand yesterday afternoon, so I took the 6 to 33rd Street. My train arrives, I get off normally, and the crowd makes its way to the exit. All is well. Then, before I reach the turnstyles, this eastern european guy in front of me does this really weird dance twirl and small fist pump, right out of nowhere. I mean, the guy was a little overweight and lacked a good bit of coordination, it was clear that this is not something he did with any frequency. And he took up a lot of space in doing this, it was really obvious to everybody around. Some indian guy who was walking next to him gave a great "da fuck?" face.

that's it, as weird as that story sounds, it is completely true.
post #553 of 1733
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Originally Posted by Ty_Webb View Post

I wonder what the reaction would have been if he'd done it to her...
That also reminds me of one of the more unpleasant experiences I've had on the subway. It was a relatively quiet train on a Sunday morning I think. I'm sitting down and there's plenty of spare seats. Some guy wearing dirty jeans and stinking of booze and looking like he hasn't showered in about a month comes in and as the doors are closing, he's lining up his ass to plonk it down on the seat next to me. Lovely. Then, just as he hits the moment of actually sitting down (this took him a while), the train pulls away, causing him to fall to the side as he's sitting down. Right on my lap. ffffuuuu.gif

You need to learn how to move out of the way quickly. I do this everytime the person next me starts to nod off and begins to lean on me.
post #554 of 1733
Saw a guy cleaning out his ears with a q-tip this morning on the El.
post #555 of 1733
ugh, that reminded me of someone I once saw cutting their nails on the subway. Gross thought, and right before lunch. To the guy's credit, he did collect the cut nail and put them into his pocket.
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