Do you run to the right, to the left, do you move, do you stay, or do you smash?

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Apr 2016
9:05pm, 6 Apr 2016
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Fragile Do Not Bend
Thankfully I don't come across other pedestrians very often when I'm running, but if I do I tend to move over to the side the other person isn't on, well in advance. People blocking the path get a loud and irritated 'excuse me'.
Apr 2016
10:14pm, 6 Apr 2016
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Steampunk seratonin
I always stick to the left. When I was at school we were expected to walk on the left and treat stairs the same way. Unfortunately, we now have a society that does not really show manners so we get fucktards who don't move out of the way. I encountered a group of three people walking abreast on a pavement today and they expected me to step out into the road to avoid them.

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