Not One To Try On A Train!

Posted on October 3rd, 2007 in Random Thoughts by Stephanie


Commuting using the London transport system may not be particularly pleasant at times, especially during the rush hour with inconsiderate people poking newspapers into your head, treading on your feet and my pet hate is people reading over my shoulder! Bring your own paper! :-)  I came across a post on Joe Sharkey’s blog of what you could do if someone is really annoying you on a train/plane but I probably wouldn’t if I were you! :-)

If you are sitting next to someone who irritates you on a plane or train.
Follow these instructions:
Quietly and calmly open up your laptop case.
Remove your laptop.
Start up.
Make sure the guy who is annoying you, can see the screen.
Close your eyes and tilt your head up to the sky.
Then hit this link:
Click here: http://boortz.com/mp3/archive/countdown.swf

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6 Comments »

Comment by artmarketblog.com
2007-10-04 00:01:10

Ha Ha, that is great. Having travelled on the london underground while on holidays I can truly say that it was a miserable experience. I learnt the true meaning of every man for himself!!!

 
Comment by Rachel
2007-10-04 02:40:11

I hate it when people read over my shoulder too! And that link will surely tell them to back off! That was funny!

 
Comment by EC English
2007-10-04 03:18:48

:) This one is cool

 
Comment by Dee
2007-10-06 17:35:58

I think if I tried that on the sky train here in Bangkok I would be shot.
That would be so funny though seeing the look on someones face.
You have a beautiful blog and thank you for the dofollow
Dee

 
Comment by Womansindex
2007-10-06 22:48:30

Very funny! Not sure the NYPD would feel the same way though

 
Comment by labor lawyer philippines
2009-05-04 07:08:08

cool idea! it is really funny and i hope that annoying person who will sit beside me would really stop annoying me..well, thanks for sharing!

 
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