136

Today, I was riding the public bus and a really fat, smelly guy sat next to me. He put his arm around my shoulder and asked me if I was single. My stop wasn't for three more miles. FML

By Anonymous - / Thursday 26 August 2010 23:41 / United States
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
By  knibbsy  |  4

YDI for not making the first move. If you would have said "hey big boy, I bet you're sexy and jacked underneath all those rolls!" then he would have likely suffered a heart attack and died on the spot, therefore preventing everything.

Comments
Reply
  FunkyMonk174  |  0

that is a normal reaction, op. you are a real person, a real women, which means that you lack rights. you judged a book by it's cover. maybe he was a nice guy and wanted to make a conversation with you. but... you lacked the intelligence to realize that. hahahah I kid yet again. no one get offended. I'm sure people will post something though.

Reply
  MarkSeattle  |  0

total ydi. tell him to take his arm off of you. if he's too damn fat to sit in the seat with his arm beside him too bad. then get up and move so he's not rubbing his blubber and stench on you for the rest of the trip.

Reply
  MykeLytorus  |  0

Why does the 1950s bodybuilder guy look so red? His body is not proportioned like fit people these days. He looks like he's from the 50s. Nobody goes for the big Hulk Hogan stomach anymore. They go for 6 pack abs.

Reply
  H8fulwanker  |  1

Really? You seem to like the 'Faggot' word very much. Rolls off your tongue so easily, doesn't it? You don't think it can hurt others' feelings? How about if I am constantly calling you 'Paki' or 'Sand Nigger' since you're from Arab. PS: Yeah, it's really hard to believe you go to the gym since your body looks so uneven and unkept and your stomach looks so gigantic. Do more sit ups then you can show off your body.

Reply
  StephyBaby16  |  0

aww u culda atleast giv him a bj ur soo rude!

Reply
  MrsDruidess  |  23

sounds like you should have moved. I will never understand why people stay in uncomfortable situations when they could easily change seats or stand somewhere else.

Loading data…