Discussion in 'Commuting' started by stu20001, 2 Oct 2007.
....if that was you, you're an agressive, and frankly dangerous, pr*ck.
What did he do?
After jumping a red light himself then started berating another cyclist who had jumped a red light onto the Vauxhall gyratory system. Being so busy doing this he didn't notice that he cut right across the front of me causing me to have to brake and forcing me onto a wet, slippy manhole cover.
When I then caught up and interrupted his still ongoing tirade at the other cyclist by pointing out how he had sliced across me he then diverted this particularly agressive outburst at me.
To him I say, you can call me a c*nt but 'fat' is out of order... :-)
why would he have called you fat?
were you wearing some bulky layers?
nothing justifes brown trousers in town, not even in South London
Although I see they're fine in North London.
...and with a red jacket and brown trousers surely bad fashion sense as well?
I get this when I am at work by the general morons.
Is that the new uniform?
So boring I've been hearing it for 20 years of which I generally point out.
I didn't think cycling was a posing contest but I may be wrong.
I've seen some dodgy getups over the years but I guess that's up to the individual cyclists as long as they are doing no harm I guess.
Scary. I'm surprised your trousers weren't brown after that...
On reflection, it may have been "tw*t"
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