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I was once paid £15 to count the amount of people visiting a hairdresser. I stood outside for 3 hours with a clicky counter in my pocket, pressing it every time a person entered. Suddenly there's a copper in front of me, I turn and there's another behind. "What are you up to sunshine?" "A rival hairdresser wants to count the competition" "Well, there's been a call from the shop owner that there's a ginger bloke standing outside fiddling with his cock." Have you ever done anything that made strangers think you were a pervert?

(, Thu 17 Aug 2006, 22:20)
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Frottage
Copied from an entry in my blog from a while back...

Some years ago I was heading home from work on Londonís Northern Line. My train arrives at Leicester Square, slap-bang in the middle of the rush-hour, and is packed. I squeeze on, followed by a couple of dozen fellow commuters, and pretty soon weíre all scrabbling for air and room to stand.

Iím crushed between four people at a near 45% angle, but canít move to make myself more comfortable, a predicament heightened when the train pulls to a stop in the middle of a tunnel and shows no sign of moving. I try and tug myself into a comfortable position (so to speak), at which point the woman Iíve been leaning against swivels round, glares at me and shouts, ďEXCUSE ME! WILL YOU STOP TOUCHING ME?Ē The entire carriage goes silent and two hundred heads turn to stare at the pervert in their midst. Itís awful. I redden from head to toe, mumble a denial, and am grateful that the train starts to move almost immediately. I flee at the next station, leaving behind a wake of silently shaking heads, as others mutter angrily about how London simply isnít safe for women travellers these days.

Wanna know the really weird part? The woman concerned was a former (very minor) Coronation Street actress.
(, Fri 18 Aug 2006, 9:03, closed)

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