The woman rigidly sitting upright wearing dark glasses. She mutters continuously while staring straight ahead and has long straw-like yellow hair and a basket covered in a trash bag.
The man who stands in the glass doorway with his arms inside his sleeves and his hands down his pants.
The man with growths all over his body and a woman too wide in the ass region to step through a door without turning sideways. She yells at him and asks him lots of questions, almost like she’s quizzing him.
The woman that sat next to me and looked like a raisin. She said she’d been on the bus for four days coming back from Tampa to visit her mother who was 99 and dying. Terrible cough, delirious with sleep deprivation, fingernails long and textured, and a terrible itch on her left wrist that she would scratch for minutes on end, her dry skin rasping and flakes that would fly off and cover her purse, which she would then scratch/brush onto the ground. Yum. A nice person, though.
The young male hippie with a small backpack, no cell phone, and stringy hair.
The Australian woman traveling with Apple products.
The chatty Kentuckian with two tattoos with two different men’s names and a vaporizer that she’s passionate about who eats an entire Cinnabon then complains that her stomach is hurting.
The man who can’t get his change out of the Greyhound ticket machine and threatens to come in and run it over if he doesn’t get his money back.
The bus driver who likes to be called Todd and not bus driver.
The man with a laptop sitting in front of me who battled Greyhound wi-fi for the entire ride from Greenville to Charlotte.
Everyone else (like me) just trying to get from point A to point B.
I’m surprised Greyhound didn’t pay you not to post this. I’ll probably be traveling by train for my next vacation.
Having ridden the greyhound once for a week, I can totally relate to this. Hey, did ya’ll stop at 3 a.m. in Atlanta so the bus could be cleaned while you wandered around the scariest downtown bus station this side of Memphis?