Public transport comes with its difficulties, if you commute via bus or train on a regular basis, the tweets below are probably standard to your everyday life.
A woman on my train thought I was someone else, came running up to me and hugged me. Took everything in me not to pretend to be that lady
— remi-lyn (@Think_Please_) May 31, 2017
And now a girl ON the bus has a book open to a chapter titled "Commitment and Shit" and she is making notes in the margin
— ErinEph (@ErinEph) May 26, 2017
Man next to me on train looking up the definition of "buttered bun" and I find myself wondering about the night he just had. @WhoresofYore
— Mich (@Citydeskmonkey) June 1, 2017
On the late night train to London, just overheard a woman genuinely say "I still had cum on my lips 3 days later".#WelcomeToIpswich
— Jack Dean (@Jaack) May 30, 2017
Whenever you feel like a garbage person, remember that somewhere someone just got on a packed train with their backpack on
— Emily Csik (@ECsik) May 31, 2017
A lady came on the skytrain with an anaconda chilling on her neck. Mother fucking snakes on a mother fucking train.
— Alysha Power (@alyshapower) May 29, 2017
A girl was on the tube with a balloon and everyone started singing happy birthday to her – there is good in the world ❤️
— Hayley Kenny (@hayleykenny) May 26, 2017
Thank you to the older woman who waited till she was on the train and sitting next to me to call someone and discuss her colonoscopy.
— Martin Lieberman (@martinlieberman) May 25, 2017
A guy on the train is following progress on his phone, but in car nav mode. He's getting annoyed when the train doesn't turn down streets.
— john (@_JohnW) May 25, 2017
Nothing upsets a subway car full of New Yorkers quite like a guy with an accordion at 10:30am.
— James Seymour-Lock (@JamesSLock) May 25, 2017
You know what, dude? You can either have your text size set to large or read your BDSM sexts on the train without someone reading. Not both.
— Chelsea Jupin (@chelseajupin) May 25, 2017
Shoutout to the business woman I saw eating a bowl of ice cream on the train this morning at 8:45 AM. You inspire me.
— Paige Moskowitz (@paigemoskowitz) May 31, 2017
Waited so long for the train, when I finally got on I saw someone I thought I met years ago but I just recognized them from the platform.
— Cole Escola (@ColeEscola) May 31, 2017
Someone under the age of 60 on my train has their keyboard sounds on. Monster isn't the right word, but it's the first to come to mind.
— emmelia (@emmelia) May 25, 2017