Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Subway etiquette

A note to the man standing next to the center pole in the subway car...

Please do not lean the entire length of your 6'3" body against the
pole when there are passengers standing nearby.
I don't need your sweaty back resting against my hand, nor your armpit
squeezing my fingers. You have two appendages, complete with opposable
thumbs, with which to steady yourself. Please use accordingly.

Thank you.


  1. Yeah I hate that guy.

  2. Hello,

    I love your site here. I'm going to come back often. I'm here to talk to you about my sports forum, which you can find by clicking on my name. It's for New York sports only, so New Yorkers can talk to each other about their favorite teams. Check it out when you get the chance. Take care. Jason

  3. http://www.thesharkguys.com/2009/09/14/transit-etiquette/

    Here are some helpful tips re: transit etiquette...everyone should take 'em to heart...

  4. seathogs dot com is a website dedicated to busting people hogging seats. It fits perfectly with this article.


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