I sit on the subway and the kid across from me is under eight years old and clearly obese. Why is his mother handing him a bag of Doritos and holding the can of Coke for him to sip, because he has a chocolate bar in one hand and a Game Boy in the other?
Do parents not notice that their kids are fat? Can't they hear them breathign heavy because they are so heavy? Is it that hard to raise a kid that doesn't graze in the candy aisle?
The lady really annoyed me. She also
I took the subway in the afternoon, when it was fairly empty. Across from me sat a guy, likely in his mid-30's. He had a huge birthmark covering nearly half his face. It was kind of reddish purple. I think this type of mark is called a "wine mark".
Besides the discoloration, the birthmark was raised, bumpy and had bright spots within it. It looked almoast swollen. I'm reluctant to call it deformed, but that just might be me. I imagine others would call him deformed.
What's up with subway congestion?
I wait an eternity for a subway train. It is just me, subway station grime, and the sound of crickets chirping around me. I lean over the platform and look to the left...
I wait ten minutes, lean over the plaform again to see if the train is coming...
By now, it is me, the lady with the screaming brat who is too old to be sitting in