Monday, September 8, 2008

Elder DD tells a story:

Good NY story:

I was on the subway yesterday. A man across from me spilled some water
on himself, so he moved to the dry seat next to him.

Although he had napkins in hand, he didn't wipe up the other seat.
Instead, he warned every new passenger very politely against sitting there.

When I got off the train 170 blocks later, the seat was still wet and
empty.


True story sent to me by DD #1. Is this not funny?

Back to sleep; more blogging later, replete with pictures.

KV and Ria - It's pretty clever of the guy! And yeah, she's seen a lot stranger. In the public library world, you see unbelievably weird people. Ask any librarian and she/he can tell you about some pretty bizarre people. After a while, you begin to think that weird is the norm!

2 comments:

kv said...

sounds to me like a way to get two seats to himself--i bet he does this every day. kind of like the guy who shouts out the stops every day, and the rest of the characters who live out their weirdnesses on the subway.

Ria said...

I wish I could say that was the weirdest thing i saw on the subway.... thank god I don't go too often anymore.

Ria (tonyfan20 on Ravelry)

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