Posts tagged ‘escalator’

July 9, 2016

Caption this . . .

by duncanr

sheep man 2

July 9, 2015

Evil Clown Assaults Woman

by duncanr

angry woman and clownthe old custard pie in the face ‘joke’ is so old it is no longer funny (if ever it was ?)

and why think dressing up as a clown makes assaulting someone not an assault?

bastard would have got my toe up his arse if he’d done that to me

you can watch the vid by clicking this link – https://www.facebook.com/SBTonline/videos/890485500988540/

November 14, 2012

An Uphill Struggle

by duncanr

Non-conformist on London Underground determined to go against the flow (alcohol may have been involved)

July 19, 2012

Miracle in Boston

by duncanr

Hallelujah !

Praise the Lord!

A woman trying to ride her motorised wheelchair onto an escalator at a Boston’s Metro Station was able to walk again after being tipped from her wheelchair

May 10, 2012

Zoochosis Presents : Escalator

by duncanr

via B&P

January 17, 2012

Chloe : Bye

by duncanr

Ever driven down a road behind a coach carrying some kids and one or more of them wave to you from the back window of the bus?

Is there anyone, anywhere who doesn’t wave back in return?

Very few, I reckon

When a child makes a friendly gesture to us, it seems we are almost programmed to respond in kind

Watch how many folk in this shopping mall wave back to a little girl waving ‘bye’ to them as they pass her on an escalator

February 7, 2011

Stairway to Heaven Nowhere

by duncanr

Escalators can be tricky things – especially if you’re drunk (as this Glesca man demonstrates)

November 21, 2010

When the Up Escalator is Down

by duncanr

When my life and well-being are foolishly endangered or threatened, then I become concerned and determined to do something

So said a traumatised rail commuter describing his terrifying ordeal when, on finding the ‘UP” escalators out of action, he and 4 other passengers tried to exit the Metro station by climbing up the stalled escalator – without the benefit of a rope to tie one to the other, crampons, pitons, or a sherpa to carry their briefcases

More here . . . http://tinyurl.com/2e548xs