Oh the humanity of using the public transport system on a daily basis. Over the summer, I had a chance to forget. Oh the sweet memory loss. Nothing particularly bad happened today – it wasn’t as bad as one shitty bus ride I had, but we did hit a few things you should not do on public transport.
Nikt nie hejtowałam dzisiaj ale bardzo chciałam. Here’s my list for today:
the countless number of people who blew cigarette smoke in my face today at various bus stops.
the elderly lady who passed up the empty seat reserved for elderly, disabled, and pregnant passengers as well as several other empty seats and leaned on me, deep in the bus, until I gave her my seat.
the ladies who thought their shopping deserved a seat and and I did not.
the bus stop nose-picker.
the disco-polo loving bus driver.
the middle school kids with their backpacks that they did not take off and slammed into me the whole ride home.
the middle school kid who most likely will be deaf by the end of the school year who put on his head phones and cranked up the volume on his disco-polo. I thought disco-polo was out?
the middle school kid who…
OK I see that I could go on hating on the gimbusy so I will end here. I hope tomorrow is a better day or at least gimbus-free.
Gimbus is slang for a middle-schooler who thinks he/she is so cool and grown-up. They like to swear in public and take drinking/smoking selfies and post them online.
Hejtować means to hate on somebody just like in English.