Subway and Public Transportation Etiquette - The People We Encounter

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  1. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I really don't understand this train, btw. Just fucking walk, it is two avenues.
     


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    She sucks? Send her my way.
     


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    It's three avenues and I do generally walk unless either it's raining or I'm late.

    Incidentally, there are people (Delta Crashers) who hang in the doors who I don't mind (I am one from time to time) who stand side on so they hardly block the doorway at all. This woman was actually standing well away from the seats on the side and blocking a full half of the doorway.
     


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    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Well she couldn't get me off doing it, so I won't bother.
     


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    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Excatly, that's not bad. Some people are just plain rude assholes. I hate to say it, but I have found that in my commutes it is mostly minorities who are the worst delta crashers.
     


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    And what.
     


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    How considerate of you.
     


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    Teenage-Girl-Boasting-Loudly-About-Her-Cooch-On-7-Train-After-Aviation-High-Lets-Out-While-Holding-Her-Newborn.
     


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    I usually feel nothing when I see kids (probably 15 or so) trying to earn some money dancing or whatever on the subway late at night, but when my girl friend started sobbing, it made me kind of sad too. :(
     


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    Why was she sobbing?
     


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    She works with "at risk" kids and thought that they probably had no chance of making it to college.
     


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    You forgot to mention the Train Surfer: You know the ones that hang on the side of the door while the train is in motion or the ones that are on the roof of the train And don't ever fall asleep on the subway or you might get farted on! I actually had a friend who witnessed someone getting robbed while asleep. A male entered the train, pulled out a knife and placed his index finger to lip, telling my friend to be quiet. In front of my friend was a person who was sleeping and there was a bulge in his trouser pocket (it was clear that there was a cellphone there). The robber then proceeded to cut the pants (tracing the outline of the phone) slowly of the individual and made away quickly with his phone! :wow:
     


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    Those poor trousers. I hope they weren't Ambrosi. No telling whether the wearer would ever be able to replace them.
     


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    the question is whether he asked politely with manners
     


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    So I heard a fucked up story, but I cannot comment on the valdity of it as it came from my girlfriend's gay cross-dressing drag queen friend, who likes to tell over the top stories during his "act". But apparently one of my girlfriend's friends and this drag queen guy went out for drinks and they got really wasted, the girl who was with this guy got on the train togo home and passed out. When she finally came to a homeless guy had his dick in her mouth humping her face.
     


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