crowd habits

things about crowds that annoy me.

1. some people walk real slow! at peak hour time.

2. some people stop to have conversations mid-traffic. and then don’t move to the side.

3. some people stop mid-traffic to dig gunk out of their teeth.

4. some people have no idea what they’re doing or where they’re going.

5. some people do a 360° turn. cause massive unintentional body contact jams.



just saying…

2 February 2005
26 June 2005

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    drey

    11 February 2005

    hey there! mmm, depends on the caller, sometimes i do need to take a call like for business etc. if it’s durig business horurs, i’ll need to answer them. also, because my mobile does not have an answering machine, cheapskate that i am, i normally answer and say something like “im just having dinner with someone, can i call you later?”i have so many pet peeves it’s not a joke anymore! like people on the train who insist on a seating space for their precious handbag! come on!

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    Anonymous

    16 February 2005

    so is the toilet seat problem a problem with you and drew yet? or would this start fireworks?addie

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    drey

    16 February 2005

    the good thing about living in an area with plenty of space is that you get gems like the place we’re at with two large full bathrooms! :) so no fighting… occasionally he leaves the seat up, but normally it’s fine :) now… his socks… that’s another story! :)

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