Don’t Be “Sorry” On The 47
On my way to SPUR’s Blogging in the City event last night, a cross-dressed man boarded with a bulky roll-on luggage that was topped with yet more black garbage bags filled to the brim. He had crooked teeth and a startled, amused look on his face. As he made his way down the aisle he talked to no one in particular a little too loudly.
Passengers around him looked alarmed and shrugged at one another, trying not to notice.
As the cross dresser got up to leave, a girl accidentally bumped into him and muttered, “Sorry.”
“Don’t be SORRY,” he said sarcastically. “Do you know what ‘sorry’ means in the Merriam Webster dictionary? It means ‘worthless.’ WORTHLESS.”
Under her breath, I think the girl said, “That’s not true.”
“YES it is!,” the cross dresser said, “and I don’t need your negativity!”
Photo by Flickr user Poldavo.