- MBTA riders get frustrated with delays, breakdowns, equipment malfunctions -- all sorts of things. But often what bothers them most is the person right next to them.
With more than a million people riding the MBTA's buses and subways each day, some of them are bound to be jerks. But knowing that the law of averages was not on their side provided little consolation to the fine ladies and gentlemen who posted these 32 annoyed tweets:
- — Red Line Commuter (@RedLineCommuter)Sat, Jul 20 2013 04:56:31
- — Darth Robert (@SirRobTheGreat)Sat, Jul 20 2013 12:15:38
- — Red Line Commuter (@RedLineCommuter)Mon, Jul 22 2013 05:52:56
- — Auntie Scotch (@AuntieScotch)Tue, Jul 23 2013 05:34:41After 20+ yrs of taking the T, finally incident that made me get off bus. Guy, nylon jacket, bug infestation in hood. #mbtaannoy
- — Red Line Commuter (@RedLineCommuter)Tue, Jul 23 2013 08:07:07I'm sure there are some very capable parents out there...somewhere...but none of them ride the T! #MBTAAnnoy
- — Red Line Commuter (@RedLineCommuter)Tue, Jul 23 2013 13:40:06Lead singer of Staind telling me how to let people off the train. Not my 1st train ride! Eff off! #mbtaannoy
- — sara (@girlfromwolly)Tue, Jul 23 2013 13:43:38
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