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Dear TTC Patrons

September 9, 2010

Dear fellow TTC goer’s,

I’d like to offer some advice to make our TTC experience a little more pleasant. Please consider the following:

  1. One word: Deodorant
  2. When you’re trying to sit in between two people, and your ass is slightly larger than your intended destination, please be aware of where you are placing it. I’m not looking to get a lap dance.
  3. Is it necessary to have your music so loud? Turn. It. Down! Some of us like a quiet ride to work in the morning.
  4. I’m sorry if you’re sick. That sucks. But keep your snorts and hoarks to yourself or in the privacy of your own home. I promise you, no one wants to hear that.
  5. When you get on the subway, don’t stop right in the doorway to look for a seat. Chances are someone is behind you trying to get on and those doors will NOT wait until all patrons are on to close.
  6. For those of you waiting to get on the subway when it stops, stand well to the side and let the people get off before shoving your way one. I understand you want a seat, but there’s no need to be rude.
  7. Walk up and down stairs on the right hand side.
  8. If you’re not going to walk up or down and escalator, step to the right and keep your baggage on that side with you.
  9. Be aware of your baggage. I’ve nearly been taken out by massive backpacks before.
  10. Please don’t travel the length of the car asking people for money. It’s awkward, rude and scary.

Sincerely,

C

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