4/23/10

Reader Submitted Content: Dear Guy Who Brings His Bike On The Train

Dear Guy Who Brings His Bike On The Train,

Why do you insist on bringing your bike on the train? Can't you tell it's rush hour? We're already packed in tight enough that we know what each other's deoderants smell like because the city routes every freaking bus that would normally go downtown to the light rail. Hauling that piece of junk on with you is not doing anyone any favors. I have to ask, if you have a bike why are not riding it? Is it just another accesory piece like your filthy messenger bag to complete your quirky guy I'm-not-a-hipster-but-I-really-am status. "Oh hey, look at me, I ride my bike to work because I'm soooo cool." No, more like you ride the train to work and bring that pink piece P.O.S. with you. You're not cool, you're just inconsiderate of your fellow transit riders. And what's the deal with pink? Like I don't notice you when your tire is scuffing up my Aldos, you have to go and have a pink bike? I find it difficult to believe you have to be downtown at this hour. What job could you possibly have downtown where you get away with dressing like that? You smell like window pizza. Now get off at the next stop and ride the pink bike the rest of the way please!

-Alex P.

Sent from my iPhone.

10 comments:

  1. Apparently iPhones don't do an automatic spell check.

    *deodorant
    *accessory

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  2. ^ Or do automatic comma insertion. This reads like a brain aneurysm.

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  3. douchebag probably works at pizza luce.

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  4. "Sent from my iPhone" is like a giant "Fuck you" at the end of an email. Makes anything previous to it totally irrelevnat.

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  5. IRRELEVANT!

    Sorry, Freshman Comp.

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  6. this shulde be called worst of craigs list.

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  7. Everybody relax for a minute and give me a break. It's not hard to make composition errors when you're rage-writing about the stinky bike guy that keeps bumping into you with his messenger bag when instead he could be outside actually riding his bike. For the record, my iPhone automatically inserts that stupid message into every email I send from it. If I could turn it off that "feature" I would. I didn't think BNB would actually include that part in the post.

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  8. I kinda liked it. Aldos, come on.

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  9. if youre going to say P.O.S. you didnt have to use piece first and stop coping bnbs style.

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  10. "If I could turn it off that "feature" I would."

    You mean, if you be bothered to figure out how to turn off the feature, you would.

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