My peripheral vision lies to me all the time. I thought the person next to me was a woman for the last few stops because of the colorful print just above the knees. What I thought was a skirt is actually swim trunks and the she is actually a he. That’s what I get for relying on my peripheral vision only. Now that I’ve actually turned my head the few inches necessary to see him, I notice he’s paired the swim trunks with a fleece hoodie. I guess this weather has him as confused as it’s had me the past few weeks.
Anyway, he is actually a pretty good seat mate. No fidgeting, no eating/drinking, no talking, no loud music and best of all, no weird smells. And, his square knee has piqued my interest for the last few stops. It’s the squarest (is that a real word?) knee I’ve ever seen! I wonder if that is a pro or con when it comes to function and comfort. Now, I’m wondering if my knee would be that square if I was skinny…naaaahhh…I seriously doubt it. Y’all know I touched my knees to test it. lol. I keep trying to look at his other knee to compare, but it’s turned outward (good seat mating). From this angle, the right knee looks more rounded. I want to ask him which knee works best for him, but I get off the next stop and Ro James just started singing in my earbuds.
Let me grade this interesting knee man before I get off to start my race. Although, I think I’ll walk instead of catch the shuttle. It relaxes me. Back to my seat mate – he gave me the most pleasant smile as he moved so I could exit the seat. I hope he has a fantastic day and I hope both his knees work perfectly for him. SEAT MATE GRADE: A