Monday, October 19, 2009

Rider Hall of Shame: Cheekhanger

From: JSWilson27 "http://twitpic.com/kj76n - More #wmata bad behavior"

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16 comments:

yaknuts said...

I love these riders that think they own the pole. I had a similar experience Saturday night on a crowded Orange line train, some girl thought she owned the pole like a pole dancer. "Oh look, Metro installed a lean-to pole just for me, how considerate!"

Just think, the next kid to grab that pole will place his hand right there . . .

Anonymous said...

Eeeew. That make me not want to touch a pole again; I mean really, where do these people come from???????

Anonymous said...

Really? Complaing about this? Get a life!

Anonymous said...

Bad behavior because nobody else can use the pole right then - and the train looks crowded.

But "gross" or disgusting, or worrying about the people who touch the pole next? Get a clue people, she's wearing clothing! Your hand is probably dirtier!

Anonymous said...

Oh, I'm sorry - I forgot that a**cracks are nice, fresh and beautiful things. I'll remember that so the next time it's crowded on metro, I'll make sure to stick mine in your face, since you think it's not disgusting in the slightests.

Anonymous said...

The point is that there is no skin touching the pole. If you can get past your innate dislike for ass cheeks/crack touching a place you might put your hands (ever touched a bench, a chair in a public place, a booth at a restaurant), then you'll be fine. I don't think it's considerate to hog the pole like that, but the ass cheecks touching the pole, there isn't a logical reason to complain about that in particular.

Anonymous said...

I just grab the pole right at the small of their back and place my knuckle right there. Usually they start to get indignant then realize they are going to be fighting a loosing battle and instead STFU.

Anonymous said...

That train didn't look like there were throngs of pole-less people searching for a handhold. Get over it. You have more cooties on your hand than she has on her @s. And I say if she can hold onto the pole lake that with her cheeks, then she's doing SOMETHING right.

Anonymous said...

Oh, for pete's sake. It's about common decency. Sure, I have more "cooties" on my hand....probably have more germs in my mouth and nose too but I sure as heck am not going to lick the pole. For that matter, why do we complain about people taking their shoes off on metro? It's not actually harming anyone - it's unsightly and inappropriate behavior. That's the point. For all I know, she just farted on the pole. Am I making this point based on germs and/or cooties? No, I'm not, I'm making it on the basis of polite behavior and I'll continue to unabashadly judge on those grounds; if I have to start making a cootie analysis before I can decide whether behavior is polite or not....Sheesh.

Atiyah said...

she would have gottent the knuckles in the small of the back from me also.

Anonymous said...

What's the problem with leaning on the pole when it's not crowded anyway?

hockeypunk said...

she looks sorta hot

Anonymous said...

I love it. MOre pole riding on the metro please ladies....

Carolynne said...

How is that even remotely comfortable? I prefer to go thru life WITHOUT wedgies, but that's just me...

Anonymous said...

knuckles in the back work perfectly.

Anonymous said...

Is that her a$$ or did her MaMa make pancakes? I'm wearing gloves from this point on.

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