Wednesday, June 29, 2011

All together now ... "Ewww ... "

B . to me
Jun 28
09:44 AM (1 day ago)

This is a first after ten years of commuting.... on the second level, at the end where you don't have anyone facing you. She was leaning into him and you could not mistake the shoulder action for nearly 3/4 of the ride, and then a towel clean up. Now I usually put a paper down when I am sitting on the stairs, I may have to start doing that now on the seats.
Whitby line 7:59 train today.

C.J. Smith to B.
10:47 AM (23 hours ago)

Five years ago I would have called bullshit on this. Fast forward to 2011, nothing surprises me anymore.
Will post sometime this week. Thanks for the story!

B . to me
10:52 AM (23 hours ago)

I wouldn't believe it either, but there was no mistaking the shoulder movement the whole ride......
take care and thanks for the blog. to B.
12:50 PM (21 hours ago)

Lol, I just can't wrap my head around it but it has to be what you described unless she was scratching one hell of a mosquito bite for him. Or it was this:


lswgirl13 said...

FOR REAL??? That's it . . . HASMAT suit for me. I'm sure I'll look quite fetching.

Bicky said...

It's been long rumoured that those seats upstairs have been used for all sorts of "activities". Ick! I no longer sit in those ones but will take the seats in front, even though the legroom is slightly tighter.

lswgirl13 said...

And when available, I have always liked those seats wondering why the whole train isn't set-up like that. Nothing good ever happens on the LSW!!!

Anonymous said...

was the train packed or fairly empty? Man people are ballsy. I'd be way too embarassed on the off chance of getting caught.

Hazmat suit it is. Wonder if they'll sell to GO commuters in bulk....

Anonymous said...

That's hot.

RonNasty said...

Did they actually bring out a towel? So they've done this before?