No one responding to your subway crush missed connection posts on craigslist? One creative romantic may have the solution: plastering your ads in subway stations. Though, you may not want to make it quite as obvious that you were staring at your crush’s ass.
Taken by Jowy on the J platform at Wetsex Essex St.
Jesus is coming folks, so put out your cigarettes, throw away your rubbish, turn off your boom box and PRAY.
Thanks to Gina and Eric for the image!
dick – Verb (third-person singular simple present dicks, present participle dicking, simple past and past participle dicked)
• To mistreat or take advantage of [somebody]. Dude, don’t let them dick you like that!
• To waste time, to goof off. Quit dicking around and get to work!
Taken on the Metro North, swiped from my friend’s Facebook. Thanks Fallon!
Reader phillipr took this photo on the blue line platform at West 4th Street. We’re not sure what is more mind boggling: the fact that he managed to get that piano down there or that nobody looks surprised.
I’m glad they specified that this steel beam at Delancey Street wasn’t wet. I hate it when I get paint all over my cardigan.
This bug-eyed spawn was spotted on the J train a few months ago by yours truly. I suppose this is further proof of the only thing I learned in kindergarten—that plastic googly eyes make everything (even Transit Museum ads) more fun! A few weeks later I saw the same eyes over a different ad (they switched the ad and hadn’t removed the eyes from the plastic cover). I hope one day we meet again.
One of the many features we have planned for the Subway Art Blog requires input from YOU. Yes, I’m looking at (okay, typing to) every single one of you who has a camera phone and rides the subway. Interesting stuff is happening 24/7 in the underground and it’s up to all of us to capture it and share! Take this gem to the left for example. Laura spotted this one on the J train on a Con Edison ad. I figured this would be timely, as we release this very fruity website.
Please send us your interesting, funny and crazy subway photos for the “Rider Report” feature of the Subway Art Blog. Be sure to include the train line or stop where it was taken, the day, a short caption and your name/handle if you want credit. E-mail or photo message your photos to email@example.com.