PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,
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Thrilling Two-Fisted Tales of Commuters Observed:

Oh, man. So. Orange line this morning, from L'Enfant to Virginia Square (a.k.a., the second leg of my trip.) The Metro conductor sounds *way* too much like the Smuckers Jelly announcer guy. And he was cracking the whole train up with his annoucnements.

"Orange line to Franconia... oh, that's not right... I need a vacation."

"Now listen up, this is important."

"If I don't see you five minutes from now, have a nice daaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy..."

"The time is 6:40 am. [whispering] And you still have time for that cup of coffee."

[approaching a busy stop]"If you have to step off the train to let people off the train, I promise to give you enough time to get back on the train. That's right! I promise!" [after that stop] "Thank you very much, that was fantastic."

"The time is now 6:50 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm......."
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