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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Just another night. Just another foot rider



CHAINSAW?


OR FIRE?

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is that jacket they're wearing a Herb Tarlek original?

Bicky said...

Flames are pretty.

AllanVS said...

How abour a page fron Wylie's book, and drop an anvil? ; )

Michael Holloway said...

I don't get your continuing fixation with people putting their feet up.

If there's a free seat, people like to put their tired feet up. What's wrong with that?

This guy even holds his bag in case someone needs the seat next to him. How polite.

Only point in fovour of your position I can see is the getting mud on the seat thing ... So then bring GO slippers? A seat doily? :)

If it's just, 'not proper etiquette' - that an old rule-book - we need a new one.

C.J. Smith said...

Would you help me knit some seat doilies with my website name on them and we can sell 'em in the concourse at Union?

Anonymous said...

Errrr. Michael, people use their feet to walk and thus your shoes and boots touch the pavement and cement. Do you know what all that shit is that we walk on? Figuratively and sometimes quite LITERALLY? You putting your feet up on the seats ESPECIALLY in the winter time, would you appreciate sitting down in one of those said seats and getting salt, sand, shit, god knows what on your clothing/coat/hands/whatever? I didn't think so.
Oh but I forgot, that's someone else's problem to clean, right? I'm sure you live in an IMMACULANT house, too! Mmmhmm.

Sylv said...

Michael, sorry, but it is never okay to put your feet on a seat on a train or bus. I'm sure people can wait until they get home before they put their feet up. Call it etiquette, call it common sense, call it whatever you like, but other passengers do not want to sit on dirty seats (even if there is no visible dirt, you're not telling me that the bottom of your shoes are clean, are you?).

And please don't take your shoes/boots off as nobody wants to see/smell feet, that is just icky.

Squiggles said...

First one, then the other. Simple as that.

Rouge Hill-er said...

They are both so messy and will leave the seat unusable anyway. I propose that they should have a "Foot Donkey" enforcer who can tie the offender's legs in a knot behind their neck - it would be clean and still free up the seat.

Anonymous said...

Michael,

When you go home, do you put your feet up on your furniture with your shoes on?

Anonymous said...

If I were to visit Michael, I'd first walk through some mud, and then Rick James up his couch. I've had a hard day - he won't mind.