“Excuse me, dear Muni driver, but where is this streetcar going?”
Via Muni rider Ryan: “Even the train finds switchbacks confusing.” To say the least …
But we had little in the genre of bachelorettes on Muni until rider Lynae stepped up to the plate with this. Wishing the bride-to-be cherished photos on that camera, the finest blurry memories, and a most delicious hangover breakfast.
Muni rider Susan noticed these bunches of bright-green celery on the floor of the Muni Metro she was on. She then posted it to Twitter, concerned for their well-being: “Why was there celery on the Muni floor and why didn’t anyone else notice?” Good question!
I can only hope that this celery met their fated jar of peanut butter somewhere, after a good scrubbing-down, of course.
Ah, I remember July 69, 2012 like it was yesterday …
Thrillist SF’s Joe Starkey has gone and done us a solid here. He created a mashup of the Muni Metro map with prominent coffee shops located at or near the stations and stops.
“Chances are, if you’re riding Muni in the morning, you desperately need coffee. So, we’ve gone out of our way to make your life easier, by using SF Muni’s map and our caffeine rolodex to plot out the best, closest coffee shop to every stop on Muni (that matters), replacing each stop name with the name of said caffeine-slinger. The only rule: all of the coffee shops had to be under a 10min walk away from their respective stop.”
Read more at Thrillist.
Just when I thought I had seen it all.
Quick story: Mayonnaise is disgusting. It is acceptable only in tuna and chicken salad. It is certain not acceptable to eat that barfotastic crap straight from the jar. To say nothing of doing this on Muni.