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post #736 of 1735
Well he did have on black shoes...
post #737 of 1735
thought this belonged here

http://www.buzzfeed.com/mattbellassai/tokyo-travelers-have-the-worst-commute-in-the-worl-6z51
post #738 of 1735

It's that bad here at certain hours. I try to be early or late around those times. Does it ever get that bad in New York?
 

post #739 of 1735

My taxi driver today was chewing gum with his mouth open. It was a twenty minute cab ride...excruciating. Once I noticed it, I couldn't hear anything else.

 

(not technically public transportation, but it's very cheap and government regulated)

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post #741 of 1735
Most of them are just asleep (very common). It rarely gets as crowded as those pics make it seem.
post #742 of 1735
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

It's that bad here at certain hours. I try to be early or late around those times. Does it ever get that bad in New York?

4,5,6 at rush hour is particularly awful as is the 7 after a Mets game (The Yanks may have a larger attendance but they have three lines servicing the stadium to the Mets' one).
post #743 of 1735
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rotflmao.gif when I saw this: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
this probably sums up most people: enhanced-buzz-4512-1353088846-3.jpg
post #744 of 1735

Great thread. 

Have the following people been mentioned?

 

1. Nail Clippers. For some reason, these people think it is OK to clip their nails in the subway or on the platform and not even pretend to try to corral their clippings. Actually, they are so nonchalant about it that I think that they are of the opinion the subway is the most appropriate location for this act.

 

$^&*(#$(*@)& disgusting!

 

I am one who is for sever punishment for these inexcusable, quality of life crimes.

But if it were up to me, the world would be a better place(of course).

At least for all the decent folk who had a sense that they live in a society with others and should consider that fact.

 

How am I going to trim my toenails now, I am not in NYC?

post #745 of 1735
You Noo Yawkers have it too easy.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=3651723424884&set=vb.1628462018&type=3
post #746 of 1735
Just found these and while I have not encountered these people personally, others in NYC did..
Better shine than Saphir..

Also, practicing for FCI -- obviously:
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post #747 of 1735

I have never laughed so hard in my life as I did when I watched that man licking the shoe...

post #748 of 1735
Thread Starter 
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Also, practicing for FCI -- obviously:

That is absolutely horrible.
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Originally Posted by davesmith View Post

I have never laughed so hard in my life as I did when I watched that man licking the shoe...

I know, his expression as well as his sense of urgency is total win.
post #749 of 1735
people who bring shit onto the subway that they obviously shouldn't:

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