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Why is that weird? You actually have to turn your wrist less to be able to see the time and no matter how pissed you are when anyone asks you the time you will not pour beer over yourself but rather over them
failing to see how you have to turn you wrist less to see the time?
with a full glass of beer
not really though
erm... eating anything but cereal at breakfast. That's weird.
my friend. Not to mention lovely lovely toast. And fry ups. And boiled eggs.
Man, your life must be awful
and smoked salmon.
Eating pastries and toast for breakfast is just nonsensical though. I bet you feel really silly when you're eating them. Go on admit it.
How can anyone find that weird?
i've just got up, I'm thirsty, i'll eat exclusively wet things. NOTHING ELSE.
in your endo
but he does it with his mouth shut so the escaping air comes out of his nose rather loudly
but then as the train slows down mindlessly walking down the platform after a moving door rather than just waiting for the train to stop and getting on at the nearest door.
At the station where I get on there's about a 1 in 10 chance of getting a seat
partly because if I sit down on the way to or from work there is a chance I may fall asleep.
And partly out of fear of being the cloaca who doesn't get up for a pregnant lady or infirm person due to being too deeply into my book (or asleep, drooling on my shoulder).
if i'm waiting in one place but an empty carriage goes past, you can bet i'm going to try and get on the empty one.
when passengers stand up as soon as the plane stops. Why? The doors are shut and even if they were open the steps wouldn't be there to disembark. And if they're at Heathrow there'll probably be a 3hr wait at passport control anyway.
JFC. Really, mate? Really? Just calm down. Give yourself a bit of time, why don't you?
Stay in the bar til and wait for the Final Call
as I actually like to relax in the cash register at the bar
Until you either
a) Miss a flight
b) get told you are too drunk to get on a flight.
I managed to talk my way out of b though.
The train is passing through Camden and everyone starts rushing towards the doors and - going by the fact the guard tells people not to - walk through into the First Class carriages at the front to get a head start.
Calm yourselves down!
It adds to the frustration when these individuals clamoring for the exit, are the same who then dawdle along the platform and get in the way.
3 months of travelling to and from Manchester was like this
But getting on at Euston was similar. If you wanted a forward facing seat, window and powerpoint you booked a seat but also raced to carriage E as soon as the train arrived to see what was avaialable. Leave your bag and then go back and check your reserved seat. Sure I wasn't the only one. On most journeys half the reserved seats were empty
why did you then have to rush for coach E?
you can request it but there's no gaurantee. Also only one socket per 2 seats
I'd have probably packed an adaptor so I could always get a plug :D
it's the ones that drop their seats back as soon as the light goes off. On most airlines it makes virtually no difference other than to crush my knees.
At baggage reclaim the whole family lines up against the carousel blocking your access. I always just reach through and pull my bag through them but I'm an antagonistic fucker
^ this, but on aeroplanes
If you're any kind of commuter you'd know exactly where the door when the train stops will be well in advance, and position yourself accordingly.
ah, bollocks to it.
Unless you're a girl, obviously.
but then he has a massive ring through his penis which made it like a sprinkler*
*I was told