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post #886 of 1735
Lunch hour, subway, the toddler on the lap of the lady sitting next to me just proceeded to steal my pocketsquare. I love children (no irony), but I am terrified of what wil happen to my wardrobe when I have some.

Regardless, the little guy just made my day.
post #887 of 1735
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Saw it on CBS This Morning. Charlie Rose loved it.
post #888 of 1735
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Lunch hour, subway, the toddler on the lap of the lady sitting next to me just proceeded to steal my pocketsquare. I love children (no irony), but I am terrified of what wil happen to my wardrobe when I have some.

Regardless, the little guy just made my day.

Children are the death of nice clothes...name the bodily fluid and you'll get it on your clothes. Prepare for snot streaks on your pants about 2.5 feet high. My worst experience so far (new at this at only 16 months in) was my new pair of Raleigh raw selvedge denim; sitting there with our daughter in my lap. She puked all over them; a huge milky puke...

...on the positive note, their interest is great; they really like different textures and shiny objects. She loves poking at shiny buttons.
post #889 of 1735
interesting book you've got there, lady

post #890 of 1735
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It was his time to go.

A 31-year old Bronx man fell to his death this afternoon while defecating between subway cars on a moving number 6 train, cops said.

The man fell onto the tracks and was run over by the northbound train as it was leaving 125th Street station shortly after 4 pm, police said.

It gets weirder.

Around the same time on the opposite platform, a bloody and extremely battered man crawled up from the tracks — just as the northbound 5 train was pulling in — with a broken pelvis, severe buttocks injuries and cuts.


OJFC. Right before rush hour, thanks shit heads.
post #891 of 1735
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OJFC. Right before rush hour, thanks shit heads.

Wow, RIP Al Roker frown.gif
post #892 of 1735
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The problem is that all phones here make a very loud shutter sound that can't be disabled (to prevent just such an endeavor). iPads, however, do not. So perhaps I shall switch to that.

 

Now what would be really great is some security footage of me making the attempt, getting caught, and running away.

 

Samsung phones make no sound when snapping. ;)

post #893 of 1735
Welcome to the forum
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OJFC. Right before rush hour, thanks shit heads.

Yep, my trip was all fucked up because of it too. Fuckers.
post #895 of 1735

I think it is not proper public transportation etiquette to pose for the WAYWRN thread on the subway.

 

(the advertisement is in the subway station next to the rail ...they sort of got a subway within a subway thing going if you're into that)

post #896 of 1735
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Wow, RIP Al Roker frown.gif

GRPOS Al Roker is more like it.
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post #898 of 1735
Thread Starter 
Please tell me you took that.
post #899 of 1735
nope. Gothamist.
post #900 of 1735
Thread Starter 
Well it is awesome, nonetheless.
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