Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Day 7: Five Pet Peeves...On the DC Metro System
I moved out of Washington DC on August 1st, appromixately...yesterday :). I lived in DC for four years and detested it for two out of the four years. I began to like it in my third year and then loved it in the last few months. DAY 7 is dedicated to my means of getting around town. Without it, I probably would have been stuck at home and mad outta of my mind. I enjoyed riding on the train.
5. People who disclose all their personal, non-personal and business issues on the train. Whether you are on the phone or talking to someone two inches from you...no-one wants to know what you had for dinner last night. However, we can smell it on your stinky breath anyways.
1. People who sit their bags and extra what-nots on the seat while others stand, and have the nerves to give you the "WHAT?' look. Excuse me selfish jerk...WHAT had happen was you putting your ugly toes on the seat that my fine butt should be sitting on?
a. People who read a book as they walk in or out of the train. Douche bag, can you hear the train chimes indicating the doors are about to close? We are all trying to get on so I hope the train doors close on your freaking hands, shred your books to pieces and clip your fingers. Maybe that would teach you a lesson.
b. People who have a meal including appetizer, entree and desert on the train. Excuse me, this is not your favourite diner and neither is it your couch. Get it together.
c. People who block the entrance to the train. Why do people not let you get off the train before trying to enter it? Can the outgoing passengers get off before you try to wiggle in? I think it is selfish if you stand right in front of the doors knowing people are coming off. Please take a glance to your right and left at the people standing to the side of the doors...they are the ones going to heaven...you on the other hand are heading to hell.
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