36 thoughts on “The Commuters: Part 2

  1. ZeligIsJaded

    Trying to work out how long my commute would have to be before I would consider getting on a bus in the morning.

    Looks really grim!

  2. Dub Spot

    Er, lads…. (in a non-gender specific way): I think ye’ve done this one, or some of them? Good shots though. Love the #Facepalm gentleman.

    It’s greand to see smoking upstairs is back in vogue. Where’s me 20 Major?

      1. Dub Spot

        FFS you wait ages and then two… etc, etc.

        (there does appear to be duplication – kudos all the same)

  3. Rob

    “Are you watching me sleep?”

    “No, no, no…I’m taking photos of you while you sleep, to post on the internet.”

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Have you listened to Bob Mortimer on Desert Island Discs? Himself and Lauren Laverne were giggling like kids when he described how much he loved the smell of his pillow. It’s a lovely podcast. He’s the nicest man.

    1. postmanpat

      A sick society we have created for ourselves? Thousands if poor insects paying for the privilege of travelling to horrible jobs we hate to buy poo we don’t need? Meanwhile the career doleys sleep in and only worry is figuring out what pub to go to after the weekly sign on. Or monthly sign on if your address happens to in a leafy suburb like Rathfarnham or Dundrum. meanwhile bus people catch every bug going cramped together every morning , cyclists and motorists lashing out at each other on the road, but at the end of the day we are all going to unsatisfying jobs to bay the bills , and taxed to pay for the doley lifestyles for application form savvy bums who haven’t worked in ten years or more. “I was caring for my ma…”

          1. Cian

            heehee, I just hope that has messed up Brother Barnabas and his fancy-smancy “propreantepenultimate” photographs.

            Esoteric sesquipedalian nerd!

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      Yeah. I’m uncomfortable with the depiction of the people here and how there is a forced grimness to the scenes.

  4. scottser

    these photos would be best enjoyed from the comfort of your scratcher around 9.30am before you turn over for another cheeky hour.

  5. Liam Deliverance

    I hate that people don’t open the windows in buses in cold or wet weather, some will even have a go if you open them. Yes its draughty but healthier I would have thought and sure you’re already wearing coats n hats n gloves n stuff.

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