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The Toronto subway system is where I see rudeness at its finest. For example, I got out of my seat to offer it to an elderly gent and some chinese lady buds her way in and takes the seat from him before he can sit, I was quite astonished and felt like slapping her. Sadly, situations like that are the norm on the subway, it's all for one.
I think I may have posted this on some forum before.
My daughter used to live on Davisville St. in Toronto, about 100 ft away from Mount Pleasant St.
I was returning to her place from an early evening walk up to Eglington...
Half way from Eglington to Davisville on Mt. Pleasant there is a small Theater or Cinema on the east side of the Street.....As I approach there is a bunch of older teenagers 10 to 15 of them, waiting for the theater to open...literally blocking the sidewalk...and acting up..the way boys will do
For a second, I thought of crossing the street but there was a small store right on the other side of the heater I was planning to stop at....so I pushed on...
As I got close to them the first few kids made room for me to go through and one even pushed one of his friends out of the way....As I went by I said thank you and nodded to them (in a nice way) and went on my way with the realization that there are still some polite well raised kids in the world in spite of all the a**holes