Subtext: "I can be flirtatous and wear a low-cut top and force you to see 90% of my breasts whether you like it or not (and I assume you will), but you cannot be equally lewd with a comment.
Presumably rider #2 was being polite and waiting to release his stench out-of-doors, but the rudeness of the writer pushed him past his limit, thinking "no more Mr. Nice Guy, enough is enough, time to fight back."
The author hates having to endure horrid stench belonging to filthy people--it's a bit over the top to label him/her "a worthless prick." The issue the complainer raises isn't that homeless people suck, it's that SOME homeless people need to make more effort to clean themselves. Sounds like some NEVER bathe. I know most homeless try to find SOME way to clean up once in awhile. Maybe the author can invite one to a shower at his/her place.
Some young hippie types, mostly vegans by the looks of em, smell to high heaven. I rode my bike past one the other day, who was standing at least 30 feet upwind, and it was nauseating.
Flailing elbows is rude. And if you aint that nice to look at shirtless, your nudity make you look like a doofus.
Excellent post. I think many owners derive some pleasure when their dog sticks its face in your crotch, while the owner weakly calls the dog off and says don't worry its friendly. Well if it has just assaulted me, that's "friendly?"
Some people think that being a fan of someone's work means they are entitled to extract a piece of the artist's attention. Plus it's a desire to get close to that person, we've all experienced it (anyone who appreciates performance or talent). Fan Mark David Chapman shot Lennon because Chapman wanted the ultimate connection--death. Fandom is an interesting psychological phenomenon. Causes some people to behave in ways they wouldn't otherwise toward people.
since it is perfectly reasonable for landlords to charge a fee for pets, who often make noise bothersome to other tenants and often cause an apartment to require extensive cleaning and repair, so should it be just as reasonable to charge a fee for each kid who will even more likely cause the same problems.
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