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Dirty men's underwear
I got on the Red Line at Braintree with a bunch of my girl friends about 3 years ago. I was the last one on and there was one seat left, but as I began to sit down I realized there was something on the seat so I just stood there. My friend kept telling me to sit down but I refused. So, she got up from across the car and picked up whatever was on the seat.
Turns out it was dirty mens' underwear that was once white but no longer. ... everything imaginable was on it and I mean everything! She picked it up and clenched it in her fist, and after realizing what it was, she placed it on the suitcase of the man riding next to her. She assumed it was his because she assumed he was homeless, although after some thought she realized he was probably just going to the airport... He didn't notice so she sat down in that seat and I took her seat.
My friends and I were crying from laughter at that point and the man sitting next to me suddenly leans over to me and says in a flamboyant voice, "Oh my god! Did your friend just touch dirty mens' underwear?!?!" I ended up talking to that man about dirty underwear until we got to Park St. I must say that is one train ride I will never forget.
January 13, 2004 03:10 PM
your story really turned me on. please email me back so we can talk, dirty i hope!! he he
I remember that train ride. It could have been quite embarrassing for me!!!
Thank Heavens you didn't know they were mine!!!
January 14, 2004 01:53 PM
greif im glad i dont wear underwear...heheheh same reason a guy would jump outta wm and ditch them to escape them....that was a sick story though...
August 30, 2004 09:55 AM
I hope she washed her had for 20 to 30 mins in the hottest water she could stand with loads of soap...
ooooooo dirty mens underwear i dont even want to toch my own much less someone elses o funky!
September 20, 2004 07:22 AM
Eurgh, who's the dirty bastard who liked talk about dirty undies? Naaaasteh!
July 3, 2006 07:22 AM
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