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Overheard-ish: If You See Something, Say Something Edition

Elderly woman on the 1 train to a Bwogger: “It’s so good to see you reading! Look at all these other kids on their phones!  There’s no service down here. Who could they possibly be talking to?! Kids these days…”

This calls for a resurrection of the the social experiment! Whatever happened to our favorite mildly sketchy subway pastime: people watching? Eye contact is sexy!  And the top of your head just isn’t that ridiculous

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  • Harmony Hunter says:

    @Harmony Hunter No time to chit-chat, Bwog, I’ve got a res hall to find.

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