Category Archives: observations

TRAIN PIGS FORMAT CHANGE

Make no mistake. trainpigs.com has been a huge success.

However, a website that generally grosses people out doesn’t get bookmarked or visited often.

Since we launched in 2009, the press coverage has been hilarious.

WE GOT NOTICED.

If you don’t think this very website was discussed in top brass MTA  meetings behind closed doors, you’re nuts.

I’m sure they would NEVER admit to it. But they did. F you, Joe Lhota. You troll. Please don’t let this pompous dbag become our next mayor. Vote for the other candidate.

So here’s the deal: This website lives on. I have no plans to make it disappear.

If you’d like to put up your Pigs, HEAD OVER TO THE OFFICIAL TRAIN PIGS FACEBOOK PAGE.

GO FOR IT! Post your photos freely, and be be creative with your captions.

Facebook is way more fun anyway. Spread the word, tell your other disgusted friends to like us on facebook, and let’s grow over there.

Thanks.

-Head Pigparazzi

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Two men. One penis.

THAT’S what Suits on USA is about? Thanks to our friends at SEATHOGS for snapping this series of amusing graffiti.

MTA: Blowing Your Way

Thanks to Chris for spotting and capturing this much-needed laugh.

He writes: “I personally have never gotten a BJ from an MTA employee, but I won’t stand in the way of others’ pursuit of their rights.”

Yeah, think I saw that addendum to the MTA rules of conduct…..I believe Section 1050.14 gets into technique specifics, explains how toothy is too toothy, etc.

Abandoned Socks

Thanks to our pal Phil for capturing these abandoned socks on the Houston 1 platform.

Would you have a seat next to abandoned socks on a wooden bench that may or may not be teeming with bedbugs? Not for me….but those two don’t seem to mind.

Booger on a Bus

Thanks to Chris for capturing the MONEYSHOT!!

Poor Butterfly trapped in vile subway

Words of wisdom on a pole

Peace/Quiet sans Pigs

Recycling Pig

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Freejack writes: What’s up PigMaster,I found this guy on the 6 train uptown at Union Square. Have no pity– he was not homeless. No one could use those doors because his smelly bottles were blocking access to the train.”
 
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We support recycling, but couldn’t this guy have found a place to redeem above ground? Holy mackerel.

Hope lost hope with this Paper Pig

Hope writes: “This moron’s paper was less than a foot from my face. The train made a sharp turn and wouldn’t ya know I was wearing the paper.”

We thought umbrellas were dangerous……now people are using newspapers as weapons. Extremely irritating indeed.