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People i see every day, but never say a word
15th Dec 2005, 08:48   | tags:,

beth says:

i love this picture.


it's an odd one isn't it? You'll end up bumping into each other somewhere else one day and do that 'letting on to say hello before you realise why they're familiar' thing.. and then you'll both probably ignore each other and carry on walking.

15th Dec 2005, 10:26

kostika says:

I see both of these women at night too on my way home. Hellos are usually jsut a short acknowledgement of eyes locking.

15th Dec 2005, 10:39

Joe says:

Speak to one of them like you know them really well, then the next day, completely ignore her....repeat until she suffers nervous breakdown.

15th Dec 2005, 10:45

kostika says:

Naw that would upset the delicate balance of the morning ritual of catching the train.

15th Dec 2005, 10:46

Joe says:

ahh the commuter equilibrium...I see your point.

15th Dec 2005, 10:49

Laser Dog says:

It's even creepier when you find yourself sitting beside the same people on the train nearly every day. And still there's silence.

So close, yet so far apart.

15th Dec 2005, 10:52

kostika says:

Its not creepy, its jsut odd. You see the same people every single day. You sit with them. You stand next to them. Yet never a word is spoken between you.

15th Dec 2005, 11:07

OJ says:

Take them mince pies next week. Be the first to speak. Ah, go on.

15th Dec 2005, 12:19

oh go on break the line give them pressys. if they sit in the same place every day leve them a pressy on the seat to the lady i get on a train with, it will either freaak them out or make them happy

15th Dec 2005, 12:25

walla_walla says:

I hate that! It used to be me a few months back before I moved closer to work.

17th Dec 2005, 05:21

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