Rubbing is Not A Good Thing on the Subway


Not every subway rub is purposeful. If certain people have bodily protrusions that are larger than normal well, then, some rubbing is to be expected. But, according to this Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority poster, rubbing on the subway will get you exposed. And this kind of exposure is not of the good variety.

by Steve Hall    Apr-14-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Outdoor   

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Dude. That's happened to me on BART. And when I was done being confused, I was horrified.

Posted by: Angela on April 14, 2008 12:22 PM

Well being a resident of Boston forever I've never known one single person that this has happened to so I was shocked when I first learned of these incidents a few weeks ago. However, have you ridden any of the subway lines in Boston? It's as if the conductors are really angry people who intentionally try to get you to fall down, because theoretically they hate their jobs and us riders. As much as you're tossed around on those trains I'm not surprised that more people's happy fun zones aren't rubbing up against each other. All kidding aside apparently the well of good online porn has run dry, because in lieu of self-fondling now we have to fondle random people on trains. How effed up is that? This makes the rest stops on Rt 140 look like healthy places to express yourself. Oye.

Posted by: Marc G on April 14, 2008 1:42 PM