That. That is what a hero looks like.
WHY WOULD YOU LIKE HER?!?! She was keeping the whole train in the station!!!
I think Nora means the guy who kicked her? 🙂
Ah……OK. That makes sense now.
While what the woman was doing was rude, and selfish, kicking her off seems a bit dangerous.
I’m torn between my transit-person urges and my medic-person urges on this one.
It wouldn’t be much of a debate in my mind were it not for the fact that your average subway/metro train’s capacity is over a thousand people, and the trains are usually run close enough together that a minute or two’s delay on one train delays a stack of others… that’s a lot of people, and at some point one person’s bruise has to be worth ten thousand peoples’ time.
Depending on just how stupid she was being, and just how long she’d been at it, I bet the boot-wielder got an ovation from the other passengers.
Oh yeah, I would definitely be tempted, but hopefully, I would probably just yell at her to move her ass, rather than be violent – if she fell between and got injured, the delays would be longer.
I sure the 1st response was asking. A person does not get sparta kicked without warning.
not all heroes wear capes…
Upvoting for the phrasing of “A person does not get sparta kicked without warning.”
What a fucking bitch. People have places they need to be