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    Anyone had one?

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    no

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    Yeah.

    It went something like:-

    "This is the first class coach you know!"
    "Yeah? And??"
    "I paid good money for my seat"
    "And am I sitting in your seat?
    "Obviously not, as I'm sat here"
    "If someone gets on who booked this seat, I'll move"
    "That's not the point! It costs money to travel first class"
    "Life's a bitch, ain't it"

    It was more fun this way than to explain that I had been told to take a seat in 1st class, seeing as I had spent the night in the train station due to the ticket office selling me a ticket for a last train that didn't exist! Dozy cow had been looking at the timetable for the following month!

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    "Good morning" "And in case i don't see you, good afternoon, good evening, and goodnight.
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    I remember a few years ago, before I learned to drive, I got shouted at by a women because I was using my mobile phone. I told her I had no choice cause it was something to do with work (even though I was telling my mate about the day out at York races I was just coming from).

    In the end, she got up and stormed into another carrage. Silly cow.

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    I've had a lot of weird conversations on subways! I just seem to attract the wierdos...(no mention of Lamsey here please folks&#33

    1)An old woman talked to me for 10 minutes about how her husband died from stomach cancer...and how she and her cat were coping.

    2)Another woman started telling me how she broke her wrist and how she is a carer in an old-folks home and included every single detail about her working day!

    3) a drunk man shouted "Who are you lookin at? Ya big POOF!" to a guy sitting opposite me. When the guy got off, the drunk man seemed to think he should apologise to me and explain why he did it. Apparently it was because the guy was a poof, and had been looking at him...


    Aaaaaaaaah the joys of Glasgow's underground system!

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    Slightly off-topic I once was asked to escort a middle-aged woman through the park because she was scared of the squirrels!

    Hmm, maybe we have mutant man-eating squirrels round here, but I ain't seen none

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    squirrels are evil tho


    they sit there and nibble and every so often stop suddenly and look up as if to say..."did I leave the gas on?! No - I'm a fucking squirrel!" - Eddie Izzard



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    You're not the only one WeeMouse....I also attract weirdos (here too, no need to point at Bender, I know)

    -We once returned from a camping trip and we were really exhausted. Suddenly this guy started talking to me about the dangers of smoking marihuana and how many people died because of that....This converstation lasted for 45 very long minutes

    -A few months ago I took my niece shopping to Brussels, as we returned a minister of the reformed church came sitting in front of us and he demanded I read from the Bible with him....

    -When coming from Antwerp together with Bender, we ran into this group of scouts, all boys, all about 18-19, going on a only-boys weekend.....That really freaked me out


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    Originally posted by Skweeky@17 May 2003 - 17:35


    -When coming from Antwerp together with Bender, we ran into this group of scouts, all boys, all about 18-19, going on a only-boys weekend.....That really freaked me out

     


    I know what you mean. Some of those scouts are really creepy...
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