Top Ten Bizarre Things Which Have Been Left Behind on Train Seats by CommutersIt's natural to leave behind a well-thumbed newspaper or a half- eaten sandwich but some things that are left behind is jaw-dropping. I mean how can you forget you've left your yacht behind...(okay, maybe not a yacht, I was just messing ha!) But seriously, the items on this list are all true. I josh not.
I can imagine why one would want to leave these behind but ON THE SEATS?!?! Wha...? - Britgirl
I have yet to see this, and frankly, I hope I never do. - PositronWildhawk
Did you find this yourself? You lucky sod. - PositronWildhawk
No, Pos, unluckily I didn't. I must have been in the adjacent carriage. Just my flippin' luck :/ - Britgirl
"And a partridge in a pear tree."
If they didn't leave yams, pearl onions and mint sauce, just who the hell do they think they are?
Aw, come on Beege... I'm sure there's some o'that going' on all the time.
How the hecky-peck can THIS be forgotten about? A commuter literally hops off the train and waves his/her leg goodbye... Hopping mad, yes? - Britgirl
I'm only glad it wasn't mine... - Britgirl
V, I have 19 diary's. Maybe I should try and get them published! - Britgirl
Well, back in the ancient of days, the buzz was "a mind is a terrible thing to waste," so I'd say you're on the right track. ;) Carry on...and on, and on...
V, I've always been a good clean-living girl. My mind however, well...it has a mind of its own! :). - Britgirl
Well, that would explain this one blue python platform riding boot. But when the heck was I in England?
I was with a friend on the Tube once when he found his phone on the Tube after he accidentally left it behind. Spooky as well as lucky. - PositronWildhawk