*Tip for those coming to New Yawk to visit/start a new life here. If you ever get lost somewhere, always take a train to Times Square. You can always find your way, or a transfer to your correct train, from that location. Bing Bong.
when i go to the train, i have a habit of standing right at the yellow line.
its a force of habit living here especially if you’re on a crowded platform. the new yawk foxhole knows the deal.
as crime rises in this forest,
there has been a lot of crime happening on the mta. yesterday, a deranged homeless hyena pushed someone to their death at 42nd street…
i don’t do the train too tuff these days.
the last time i took the train was to go to the dmv over the summer.
it’s too much nonsense happening down there these days.
If I’m not getting in a car or getting in an Uber, you better Zoom or FT me a virtual invite.
new yawk has become the wild wild west.
when i started seeing shootouts going down on the upper west side on citizens app,
i knew we were in a whole other dimension.
we gotta dodge crime and wild karens on the train these days it seems. for the life of me, i don’t know what this wild karen was on via “reddit“…
straight wolves always have the fattest bunz.
i truly believe some have a fetish on their own butt cheeks.
i think its due to all that working outand running away from commitment. this sleeping wolf wanted to show off everything he was proud of on the train…
i thought i was seeing a unicorn. nah. lemme not disrespect unicorns. i like them too much.
it was like seeing bigfoot.
you go camping,
and while you looking for a wifi signal,
you come face to face with an urban legend.
you was so scared,
you ran instead of taking a picture for proof. i got the picture today tho.
it was the most interesting thing on my way to work… Continue reading “kill it with fire.”
inconsiderate jackals really burn my biscuits. like, did the parents teach them any manners? so the penguin clearly lives in new yawk.
after his life of crime,
he is “one of us” now. bitter, i’m sure. so i’m standing on the train by the door, minding my business, when…