I used the term "footsie" in jest. Feel free to search online for the definition of "jest". Please accept my most sincere apologies for trying to inject a little humour into an old story that this thread reminded me of.kinard wrote:Are you bipolar, or something?
..the guy across from me kicks off his flip flops and puts his feet up on the armrest of my chair. Once I managed to communicate that I wasn't going to let that happen
....He was sleeping.
Sure, you were communicating with a guy who was asleep who then kicked off his flipflops and put them on your arm-rest. Nice fail at backtracking.
I figured you'd be smart enough to figure out that he fell asleep after point. Apparently I was wrong. Also, obviously, I was able to communicate that he needed to move his feet, without needing to actually touch his dirty feet. I guess an internet tough guy like you is going to grab his dirty smelly feet and play with them? Also, the train was full, hence why I was sitting in the hard seat section, and could not move seats. There were even people sitting on those little plastic stools, right in the middle of the aisle.
Seriously LL, really, what is your problem? You have nothing better to do than troll on the internet? Regardless, I've no desire to be trolled and we all know what arguing on the internet accomplishes. Enjoy your day.
Miguelito - It's pretty clear from even a preliminary analysis that "the other forum" (seriously, what's with the fear of even naming it?) has gotten much more popular, with much better discussion and posters than this old boys club.