How is it that you could get to the platform every day at the exact same time and have different crowds each time? Allow me to ellaborate.
I get to my local platform everyday at the exact same time (like right now). Yet today for some reason, there are hundreds of extra people! I always assumed that it was because the trains are not running on time. Turns out, that’s not the case at all. Today I asked the guy in the booth if the trains were running on time. He said they were and had no reasoning for the extra volume. Its not like my stop is a major junction either. No other lines or trains would be dumping passengers here.
So what’s the deal? Where in the hell did all of you come from? Know what…I don’t care. Just get out of my way.
OHHH aaaand another thing:
Ladies- get you damn baby strollers out of my way. What the hell are you thinking bringing that double wide, hospital bed sized thing down here during rush hour. Thanks to that, you are taking up room for 3 extra people!
The fact that kids and strollers are allowed on for free is bull. During peak times, there should be a “you’re taking up too much effing room tax.”. Seriously. Maybe then, a few more of us could get to work on time.
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“Ladies- get you damn baby strollers out of my way. What the hell are you thinking bringing that double wide, hospital bed sized thing down here during rush hour. Thanks to that, you are taking up room for 3 extra people!”
I’ve been struck by the different crowds on the same trains thing myself. I take pretty much the same route every weekday for work, at the same time of the morning (around 8:45AM). But I rarely ever see the same folks along the way; that, or else they look wayyyyyy different each time. You’d think even if I’m off by a train or two, I’d see some of the same groupings every few days, but no.
Couldnt have said it any better SB.