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Friday, March 19, 2010

The Scary Stare-down

I was on the train home from NYC about 10 p.m. minding my own business as usual. I actually found a one person seat, which was great because it was late and I really just wanted to sit by myself. After just sitting looking out the window I happened to turn to look out the window across the aisle for whatever reason and this guy is staring at me, with this pathetic grin on his face and then he winked at me. Creeper. I gave him my usual look of disgust and then I was agitated because I don't know how long he was glaring at me. Then I remembered this website and decided to take a picture of him, but he was already sleeping.

It made me feel better in the end.

Submitted by Danielle