1. You are in a confined space. Nobody else has access to food. Ever think that the human next to you might be hungry? People have killed for chicken wings in NYC….You think you’re safe with your EGG FOO YUN on the L??
2. Your food smells. You probably smell. Everything down there smells. Do we need MORE smells?!?
3. You THINK you are being neat. You are not. Crumbs are flying, noodles are flying, there are food spills, liquid spills, all KINDS of spills. Sometimes ON other passengers. Do you think that’s okay?
4. You clean up after yourself? Really? If that’s the case, why is the subway blanketed with food garbage? There are more rats than humans in the NYC underground thanks to train pigs.
5. It’s a MISDEMEANOR.
**OK fine we have learned that it is not. It should be. LITTERING however is, and most Pigs seem to do that. You could get a ticket for this filthy behavior. You don’t, because the cops are too busy trying to stop people from getting mugged/shot/jizzed on/etc.
A pig’s worst nightmare–a trash receptacle
YOU TRAIN PIG!!
Lest you think we’re completely nuts….we here at Train Pigs think ALL liquids should be 100% legal on the subway.
Water, coffee, soda, booze, EVERYTHING. It’s vile down there, but nobody should be dehydrated.
Currently, anyone can bust out a falafel or fried chicken and stink up the joint while spraying dinner for rats everywhere.
However, if someone wants to unwind on the way home from work with a beer in a paper bag, they are committing a misdemeanor.
This is sheer insanity.
Thanks for checking out trainpigs.com.
trainpigs.com was created by a native New Yorker who was born and raised in Manhattan. He grew disgusted by how mall-like/bridge and tunnel/transplant-packed it became, and moved to Brooklyn.
He then discovered what didn’t happen nearly as much when he rode the subway to and from school every day growing up, and grew disgusted enough to start this dumb website.
He is aware that many people are offended by it, and/or do not understand its humor. He does not care about them. Go start a pro-eating on the train website.