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Have you ever done something, realised how stupid or embarrassing it was and then looked about to see if anyone watching? Did you get away with it?

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(, Thu 27 Jan 2011, 15:49)
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London is full of cunts that don't care. Well, I'm pretty sure this is true of most major cities - something happens inside people that makes them care less about their fellow man, or maybe just less perceptive of the other.

This was the GCSE level philosophising that went through my mind very early one morning in Euston station as I watched, from my vantage point 5 metres away, an old woman slip on the escalator, and then in comedic slow motion get dragged up backwards the full length of the escalator to be deposited as flotsam at the top with her head thud- thud- thudding against the top step as she found herself completely unable to extricate herself.

"Why does nobody go to help her?" I thought, in my 12-hour booze binged mind as I walked away and got on my train.
(, Mon 31 Jan 2011, 10:27, 2 replies)

(, Mon 31 Jan 2011, 14:39, closed)
I feel less guilty now - thanks!
(, Mon 31 Jan 2011, 16:45, closed)
This is a well written reflection on society
I saw a fight once and wanted to break it up but my evil half wanted to see how it panned out and who would win.

The fact that I realised that I should of broken it up, kind of made me feel much better about not breaking it up, any excuse eh?
(, Mon 31 Jan 2011, 17:46, closed)

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