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Sunday, February 16, 2014

Weekend boot riders - blow torch anyone?



Isn't it great that we pay ALL THIS MONEY to sit on seats dirtied by these jerks?

Again, I just keep hoping that these foot riders are sitting in the filth and dog poop left from the shoes of foot riders before them.

Karma. It's all I've got left to believe in.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

These people suck.

Anonymous said...

My line doesn't even have weekend service.

C.J. Smith said...

^ That also sucks.

Bicky said...

Yuck, ick, and gross. I know I had to look hard for a clean seat to sit on when I took the train in Saturday.

Anonymous said...

It's very rude of you to write to complete stranger that you hope they sit in dog shit. Would you say that to your mom?

C.J. Smith said...

If she put her dirty boots on a GO train seat? Absolutely! But my mom is better than that. Also, my mom is Eastern European. If she was on the train when any of this crap was going down, she'd have the wooden spoon out so fast you'd think she was a ninja. And instead of nunchucks, my mom yields a string of kielbasa and trust me, when those things hit skin, it hurts like a slap and bruises like a fist.

Anonymous said...

So you are saying your mom would hit me?

C.J. Smith said...

Are you for real? Stop typing. Stop typing right now. Shut off the internet. It is too hard for you.

Squiggles said...

It is not rude. Especially when you have politely asked someone to remove their feet from seats and they flip all over you. That is rude.

Anonymous said...

I politely made a suggestion to a footrider last week that they perhaps should pin a $20 bill to the seat there feet is on. They looked at me all puzzled and I said "Because the next person who sits there will need some drycleaning thanks to you".

They gave me an annoyed look, rolled their eyes..but guess what, also put there feet down.

Pat Centeno said...

I would sit at the mezzanine level. The one with a poster in front beside the stairs. No seat in front.

C.J. Smith said...

Pat, Trust me when I say SOMEONE WOULD FIND A WAY.