By vampyrate3562 - 29/1/2015 12:56 - United Kingdom
Today, I had to run for the train, but because of my bad foot and limping they held the train, much to people's displeasure. No one let me sit down, so for the 20 minute journey, I stood. With a bad foot. FML
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  matdun101  |  19

Without a doubt, and yeah I get it OP injuries can slow you down and those people whom make light of it are just ignorant of how much it affects your lifestyle. Keep your head up!

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  apk892  |  7

#2 OP CAN help the fact that he was late for the train. Ever heard the saying "5 minutes early is on time, on time is late"? Plus, its only 20 minutes. You can deal

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  nix1993  |  41

It's difficult to be on time for things when you don't know how much your injury is going to slow you down. If they're late because they're disorganised, their problem. If they're late because they're hurt and you're still pissy about it, then you're a jackass.

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  Jinxsie  |  27

The train could've also been early... I mean, I missed the bus this morning because it decided to be 30 minutes earlier than usual. I leave my house at the exact same time to catch the same exact bus. Today just wasn't my day. It happens.

Also, if you're injured, 20 minutes is too long.

By  19990231  |  29

It's better than waiting for another train. That's why you need to be on time.

By  Gokushivum  |  11

if you had a bad foot either stand on one leg to rest the other foot or crouch/siting the aisle. They didn't let you sit in a chair get revenge by not letting them out