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Beaten BY a Hair and Them Some More

Beaten BY a Hair and Them Some More

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Glenn Capers

World Member, New York City

Beaten BY a Hair and Them Some More

It was the traditional race up the stairs for the subway train in Tokyo. The prideful man led the way until the honorable Tokyo woman took this old race to a new level while sporting her high heel platform shoes. She pulled out on the man's right and revved up her knees and got the extra bounce from her athletic corporate business coat, which not only seemed to vibrate, but parted, and give her extra lift uphill. It was like a Lamborghini blowing away an old hippie four cylinders Datsun. She never looked at him or back at him as he strained to match her stride in a vein attempt. She made the train. The doors closed, and pulled off. His hair already messy, and mouth open gasping for air left him with only one honorable thing he could have done for failing. By even that age-old tradition fled him with his shirt out from his corporate suit pants exposing a pale almost white, but pinkish butt crack. The moral of this train station escapade at the stairway up is never to hold back a woman that can make you eat your shorts and especially in public in Tokyo in a sprint up the stairs to make the train.

Comments 5

  • ClaireLaira 23/04/2016 8:23

    This one with the story is gorgeous...the essence of Tokyo.
    Kind regards, Claire
  • Olaf Korbanek 06/04/2016 13:06

    The text is brilliant and after reading it, the Picture is seen in a completely different way. I love the combination of text and picture.
  • Sue Thompson 05/04/2016 10:07

    Great shot.... love the story that you have woven round it :))))))

  • alberto16-menuder 05/04/2016 8:55

    una bellissima ripresa complimenti
  • Dagi.H. 05/04/2016 6:48

    Your text is not quite understandable for me because the translation miserable and I do not quite follow your train of thought in your native language.

    Subway stairs, S-Bahn stairs, escalators, even stairs - I run always up and down, because that's my daily Sport on the way to work. I do not do that, because my time is short, but just from the fun of it. And it has the positive side effect of the recommended "Strengthens the joints in the legs!" Man does it again when you walk in the mountains when walking downhill!
    Now I have to laugh - wish you a pleasant day with lots of sun and vitality