Sometimes I jump on a certain sentence of them and throw something in… just to see their stupid faces when they realize they aren’t in privat.
I like to listen to those kind of trolls, and just like Animus, I sometimes slip a remark in their conversation. It’s quite funny ^^
This type of troll is not restricted to the subway, I see these trolls all the time especially sitting in the back of the bus and talking loud enough to be heard outside the bus.
You get them every where, even in check out lines. Omg, some of them need to keep what they say out of the publics ears.
My favorite example was in a doctor’s office, where this woman was talking on her cellphone with her BFF. She was sharing WAY too much, some of it best saved for the doctor, some best saved for the confessional.
Suddenly her body language became very closed, and you could hear her say, “No, I don’t want to talk about him. I’m in a public place.”
My friends are loud talkers, and I can be sometimes, but we honestly are fully aware we’re in public. We have a code of conduct, no adult conversation if there are kids around, and no overly gross topics in resturants, and we quiet down if people ask politely. We enjoy ourselves, something that doesn’t happen too often, and if someone jumps in we’re more then willing to follow the line and include them in our conversation because hey potential new friend. It leads to interesting events anyways, like there was just us in the bar (literally just us) once having a grand ol’ time completely sober drinking sodas, playing pool, and making the Bartender laugh to keep him entertained while he had no customers. A couple of young kids (Well 21 minimum, not older then 23 guaranteed) came in. One of them got super sloshed, and was apparently irritated because we were you know having a good time and entertaining the bartender like we’d been doing for hours till they showed up. So he hopped up on our table and started stripper dancing on it expecting us to be embarrassed and leave the bar. All we did was laugh at him, because he was being ridiculous. When it didn’t work his drunk butt became rude and demanding that we either stop talking all together, or leave so they could have the bar to themselves.
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