Your Moment of Subway Zen

By · Published in 2013

If only we all received such applause at the ends or beginnings of our daily rides…

19 Responses to “Your Moment of Subway Zen”

  1. Brian says:

    I would be pissed if i got caught in that. I would find it to be very annoying especially if i were in a hurry and wound up missing a train. Plus they are taking up room in an already crowded passageway.

  2. Phantom says:

    Oh kay.

    I like the occasional subway pranks. Its the perfect stage. Cool.

  3. D.R. Graham says:

    Molly Mondays? Just wondering…

  4. Someone says:

    Why the heck are they applauding? It’s just a subway ride. Are they applauding the fact that you got off the train alive and in one piece?

    Unless, of course, it was a Gangnam Style-esque type of ride…

  5. SEAN says:

    Your moment of zen? I think someone here likes The Daily Show, to that I say… good man!

  6. nycpat says:

    Nobody asked me but……I hate this kinda crap, and santacon and pantsless day. The dining car stunt was pretentious but the stunt with all the beggars one after another was cool.
    So now you know.

  7. John-2 says:

    This would have made more sense 30-35 years ago. Passengers using the subway in the late-70s/early 80s deserved to be applauded for their efforts.

  8. Eric Brasure says:

    I usually don’t have an opinion on this sort of thing, but this one pisses me off. Yes, let’s take up valuable room by standing groups of people on either side of a crowded and busy passageway for a stupid joke.

  9. Phantom says:

    They aren’t slowing anyone at all

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