Thursday, 8 September 2011

One day I shall write a story about this...

Bloggie friends!

I may have gotten the art of feigning nonchalance as yet another woman puts on her make up during my train commute to work but I'm yet to do the same when a man decides to change his shirt and shoes and comb his hair while the train chugs along into London.

Charlie says: I run inside from the rain.


The weekend beckons bloggie friends! Yay!

31 comments:

Stephen Tremp said...

I got arrested the last time I changed my clothes on a train in London. Who knew it was against the law?

Bethany Elizabeth said...

That's pretty ridiculous. Although people sometimes just don't have time! :)

klahanie said...

Okay, I shall be the dude on the train deciding to change his shirt and shoes and comb his hair....although the hair part might be a bit of a problem! :)
Take care, eh
x

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That only proves you're human!

JC said...

Cute photo of running away ...
What people do when they think no one is watching ...

JC said...

Cute photo !!!

Lynda R Young said...

haha so funny. It's amazing what people do on a train.

Summer Ross said...

I can't wait for the weekend. great picture of Charlie.

mshatch said...

Did he change from casual to dress or vice versa?

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

If he changes his pants....RUN!

Speaking of running, don't get wet Charlie!

xoxoxo

Mr Puddy said...

His life must been very very busy..MOL
and Thanks COD, Charlie and Me are only cats : )
xoxo

Clarissa Draper said...

Speaking of stories, how is your short story coming along.

Samantha VĂ©rant said...

Blech. I take it the man wasn't David Beckham!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Old Kitty .. they didn't did they? No wonder I'm not keen on trains .. !! Yay .. the weekend beckons .. damp though .. cheers Hilary

Fuzzy Tales said...

What? Are you serious? LOL! Oh, my...I see the occasional young woman putting on her makeup while on the bus--have NO idea how they manage the mascara over our bumpy streets filled with pot holes, though.

But I've never seen anyone change clothing and footwear. I sincerely hope he was young and buff--eye candy. Because I have an image of some middle-aged man with a gut you *don't* want to see. LOL.

Madeleine said...

LOL! Yes that does seem overly confident. He shudda used the washroom :O)

Simon Kewin said...

Wow. Eech. But, yes, definitely a story in that!

Susan Fields said...

Hmmm...he must really have been running late! I'm so glad to be back from my blog break, Old Kitty, I really missed you and Charlie!

Hannah and Lucy said...

Mum laughed over the lady putting her make up on while travelling in to work - she had visions of lipstick up her nose and two odd eyes! Charlie we sypathise with you over the rain - we were told to expect a few showers yesterday but one lasted nearly all day!!
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

Brian said...

I guess it could be worse somehow! Yes, Charlie, wet is no fun!!!

Hart Johnson said...

*giggles* Shoes, I can see... (though for a woman more than a man--heels on and off, all that) shirt? too funny.

Lydia K said...

Changes his shirt on the subway? Okay, that's a little too casual for me!

Marg said...

Glad the guy wasn't changing his pants. LOL. It is amazing what people do. Good boy Charlie, get out of that rain. Take care.

LTM said...

ew! No way. I don't mind the makeup application, but please, sir! Stay clothed... :p <3

The Golden Eagle said...

He changed his shirt and shoes, and did his hair on the train? Wow. I'm amazed at some of the things people do in public.

LOL.

ABBY said...

Oh dear what could be next?
Hi handsome Charlie!!
purrs
>^,,^<
♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

Donna Hosie said...

LMAO! Is the guy fit though?

Patsy said...

I suppose it depends on the man.

Theresa Milstein said...

Yuck! When I went to Cambridge for an interview, and then drove back to Maine to visit my dad, I stopped at a fast food place and used the bathroom to change. There are private options, people!

Want to hear something gross? When my daughter was at ballet, another dancer's nanny clipped her fingernails in the waiting room. Gross!

Life 101 said...

When I was commuting to work, I saw women all the time putting on makeup in rush hour traffic.
I always tried to steer clear of them :)

fairyhedgehog said...

Changing his shirt on the train? That's definitely odd!