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Other than reading, listening to ipods, sleeping or just sitting there thinking about nothing specific.
Or conversing with sad looking people?
I was just telling you that I wasn't gonna do that
it's just that knitting gives me a shoulder and head ache
free tube fairs
I thought that was why my daily hour in the morning, hour in the evening on the tube was invented.
That's what I do. If im on a carriage with a sexy laydee and they so much as catch my eye, being a narcissist I think "Oh my god they fancy me too! That's completely justifiable!"
Then I spend the rest of the journey trying to look really cool: as if there's a cool way to sit on the underground.
I'm basically a doofus.
using the poles n stuff (polesecise - pole dancing moves for fitness)
where you have to stand in the middle of the open-noseat-bit. you're not allowed to hold onto the railings. the idea is not to fall over. but you get more points on how suave you look while you don't fall over. it's fun. ish.
about 45 minutes, I think I might just sleep
getting caught is a worry
reading "Sex in victorian england".
The thing is, he was holding up the book at eyeline so pretty much everyone could see he was reading a seedy little book, and he also had the biggest grin across his face and kept doing heavy breathing and sort of snorting and laughing to himself.
And he looked like a charicature of a pedophile.
a really filthy friend, who could make herself climax just by clenching her thighs and stuff. i used to love her stories of how many times she'd done it on the tube/ at her desk/ in the cinema...
that said, she was mad as a carpet
about the people on the tube or character biogs?
but it doesn't inspire me
and I have no discipline
(or just on pictures of people in the metro/londonlite if you're feeling unambitious)
Pretend you're the host of "Movies Games and Videos" and review each station stop
Lie to strangers
Open the window at the end of your carriage and stand next to it. See what the breeze does to your hair. Document each windy-do over the course of your journey with a camera. Does this every day. At the end of the week pick your favourites and send the photos to your Mum.
On a quiet train infront of the doors one competitor hanging off the middle bars, then using only your legs you have to get the person to fall to the ground.