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Utterly baffling behavior seen on Muni

Photo by Travis Wise

Earlier this week, we posted your top Muni rider pet peeves. That was, of course, merely a snapshot in time.

Without further ado, here are this week’s instances of disturbing and head-shaking behavior on Muni:

First, an oldie but annoying-ie
Dude has his phone on speaker, but still has his phone to his head. #Muni #L2cellphone — @DaneYoshida

Next, we move on to flat-out gross
dude blew his nose in his bare hands and proceeded to wipe them on his jacket sleeves #munidiaries — @LimLam8

Then onto these charming fellow riders
Homeboy: I have a cold, allergies, and I’m high as a kite on NyQuil, but I can STILL smell your cologne. #sfmuni — @MissNatMoore

And onto positively SMH behavior
Woman w/cane berates woman w/baby for sitting in handicap seat. On one hand ok but on the other really? #munidiaries — @ckueda

Lastly, the rainy day #dickmove, indeed
Your umbrella doesn’t need its own seat. #dickmove — @spiegelmama

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It’s all about that Muni bass …


Furthering the “You guys think of everything” narrative, Muni rider Nate tweeted the above. “Badonkadonk #BootySF” indeed.

Wouldn’t a real Muni route that looked like this be so. much. fun?

Weird stuff people say on Muni

Photo by Lynn Friedman

Remember #lifebeforethestorm? Yeah, I didn’t think you would. There was this thing called no rain. It was strange and wonderful. Somehow, we all survived it.

But enough reminiscing. Onward to the most remarkable Muni moments of the week!

  • According to these baby hipsters, weighing 140lbs is chunky. Acceptable weight is 95lbs. #sfmuni
  • Overheard on #muni “Your hiney is breathtaking”
  • Two elderly gentlemen arguing over who is older to win a seat.
  • I love this #sfmuni driver he’s whistling “I lost my poor meatball”
  • “Nothing comes to a sleeper but a dream” -Dude on the F Line, thinking he found some money on the streetcar #MuniDiaries

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Listen to Klee Wiggins at Muni Diaries Live: ‘I wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for Muni’

Photo by Kevin Wong

You know how sometimes you just stumble upon greatness unintentionally? That happened to us when we were planning last month’s Muni Diaries Live.

One rando day I saw someone post a Throwback Thursday photo of herself and her dad, decked out as he was in an honest-to-goodness Muni operator uniform. I followed the breadcrumb trail to Klee Wiggins, daughter of a Muni bus driver.

Fast forward to that night in November at the Elbo Room, when we were all treated to 12 minutes of delightful and hilarious and touching stories of growing up in a Muni family.

Check out Klee’s performance at Muni Diaries Live.

Previously …
Ronn Vigh
Dhaya Lakshminarayanan

Schoolin’ the kids in a Muni Mom Moment

Photo by David Lytle (not the subjects of the story below)

A popular thread running through this site (and our Twitter and Facebook pages) is complaints about rowdy or harmful passengers riders and the rest of our failure to do or say anything. Well, Dhaya has enough, y’all.

Today on the bus a young man was blasting on his phone what seemed like two engines fighting each other, which was in reality “music.” Although Muni has a sign that says “No Radios,” clearly Muni is run by old fogies who don’t know mobile devices can play “music.”

When the young man asked, “Hey any requests what do you wanna hear?” out loud, I took the opportunity.

“I believe I speak for the entire back of the bus, when I say ‘We request mute.'”

He got upset and said “That’s some SF liberal bullshit.”

I said, “Damn right!”

Then his friend nudged him as if to say, “Don’t mess with those kind.”

Then the other bus patrons smiled at me, while continuing to take inaction.

I just mom’d someone and I’m so excited about this new found superpower.

I hereby nominate Dhaya Muni Manners Sheriff. The terms lasts a lifetime. What say, Dhaya?

Oh those Muni moments …


They make us laugh. They make us cry. They make us want to flail randomly and take out anything that might get in our way. They are Muni moments. These are our favorites this week:

  • Guy in front of me on the 22-Fillmore is knitting up a storm. He’s as fast as any grandma.
  • Everyday is a new day on #sfmuni. Got on the 81x and the driver is asking if anyone knows the route
  • There is a small black bird hopping confusedly around inside the K-Ingleside. #SFMuni
  • A guy just thanked us ladies for letting him take a “bomb ass” nap on the N-Judah. You’re welcome.
  • Bus driver is standing up and doing squats in the aisle during red lights

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