|미친!!!!!!!! LOOK AT THAT CRAZY GREEN CIRCLE!!!!!|
a) Line 1 (the dark blue one, the oldest/biggest line) is the drunk line, because we always witness people puking/stumbling around while on it
b) Line 2 (the green line that circles the center of the city) is the crazy line, where people are often witnessed screaming for no reason or getting into fights. I then proceeded to tell this TRUE story, which I personally think is pretty blog-worthy^^
On my way to tutor or shop or meet up with someone or whatever, I hopped on the green line near my house. Headphones in ears and the volume turned up just loud enough that outside noise was blocked out, I was in The Zone--focused just enough to be aware of the progression of the train to my destination. I found an empty seat and proceeded to forget the world for fifteen minutes or so.
Maybe I was listening to this:
As the train moved closer to the center of the city, it became more and more crowded. People started standing over me to hold on to the little dangley rings over my head. One fellow got on the subway and stood right in front of me.
He wasn't dressed in rags or a clown suit or anything "weird" like that. If I remember correctly, he was wearing typical Korean Salary Man Casual Weekend Clothes--pleated pants, tucked in polo shirt buttoned all the way up, brown belt with a buckle that looks like a seat belt fixture. He too was rockin' out to some sweet tunes. As I sat there, he proceeded to get more and more into his music.
Phase 1: Eyes closed, rocking back and forth, head bobbing (30 seconds)
Phase 2: More rocking stemming from the core, lips mouthing the lyrics. Toes tapping (30 seconds)
Phase 3: Audible humming sounds coupled with more core rocking (15 seconds)
Phase 4: LOUD LOUD LOUD singing. So loud that everyone stares for a second and then immediately looks away. But I can't look away, because it is right in front of me (1 minute)
Phase 5: Arm wagging commences, with each wag of the arms accompanied by loud a loud crescendo. The singing is now so loud I couldn't hear my own music if I wanted to. (15 seconds) Phase 6: Full on Napoleon Dynamite/Robot Dancing. Said fellow has let go of the dangley ring above my head and proceeds to BREAK. IT. DOWN. In the middle of the aisle, popping and locking commences. I am completely captivated.