Man Surprises Woman on Train

by duncanr

a woman riding the new york subway – selling roses to make a few bucks – is stunned when a man buys her whole stock, then tells her – before exiting the train – he doesn’t want the roses for himself, she is to give them out ‘free’ to anyone who wants one

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11 Comments to “Man Surprises Woman on Train”

  1. Typical Capitalist rich, smooth-talking, bastard !

    He thinks that by picking on a woman on a lower income scale, he, with a few quid he can easily spare, believes he can dictate to her what to do with the merchandise he’s just bought. “Give them away to the passengers on the train,” he says – those tight-fisted mingie bastards that wouldn’t have bought one anyway.

    Who the fuck does he think he is ? Does buying all her roses give him the right to employ her, sans salary or employees rights, holidays, sick leave, etc., to do his bidding ?

    She should have told him that they were his roses now, and that he could fucking give them away himself, or stick ’em up his arse for all that she cared.

    No wonder she burst into tears, the hopelessness of the situation he’d manouevred/exploited her into was beyond belief.

    Bastard !

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  2. ‘Man surprises woman on train’

    I remember that case reaching the magistrates court. Do you, ratty? eh?… eh…?

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    • That is water under the bridge, Sir, though, and about at the same time, I do remember a case of an Engineer in Oldham . . .

      Shall I continue . . ?

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      • Please do, good sir…

        Wasn’t that the case where a tall and dashingly handsome, hardworking design engineer was helping an elderly blind lady across a busy road, who despite having to fight off 37 armed muggers intent on stealing the poor dear’s stash of Werthers Originals, still managed to run into a burning orphanage and rescue 12 disabled children stranded in an upstairs room?

        Or am I mistaken…?

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  3. The woman clearly has no capitalist ideals of her own. She should have trousered the cash, moved to another carriage, and started selling them again.

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