I know that I'm not a rail thin waif model, but I do know that I don't take up a huge amount of room when I stand (correctly, I might add) on the right side of the metro escalator.
Normally, I walk up the left side, but with this cold, I cough too much to get any benefit from this practice. So at the end of yesterday's reasonable commute, I stood on the right holding my work bag close to my body. The woman behind me was doing the same.
You, madam, have a wide swing and a large gait, much like one of those NFL linebackers. You elbowed me in the ribs--quite hard I might add.
Did you, madam, say a requisite "pardon me" or "sorry" or "excuse me"?
Why no, madam, you did not.
You shoved both me and the woman behind me into the side rail so that you could heave yourself up the stairs.
You win the impoliteness award for the end of February.
I do not wish you the best, nor do I bid you good day.