Not Thinking

This is a classic. I was on my way to an event in London this morning when I found myself on an escalator behind a woman in her mid-forties. She was wearing a perfume, which reminded me of someone that I last saw about fifteen years ago. So, without thinking about it, I leaned forward and sniffed. Unfortunately, it was quite a loud sniff, which may or may not have been accompanied by an even larger sigh. The woman quickly turned around and loudly asked: “What are you doing?”

My response was honest, although possibly not that well thought out. I simply responded: “I was sniffing you.” Never, in the history of transport have so many people given any individual quite so much room quite so fast. In the future I will sniff quietly. BTW, that’s not her in the picture.

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2 Responses to Not Thinking

  1. Bradley says:

    So you told a woman that you were sniffing her, and moments later, photographed another woman on the Underground? Have you been allowed back on the Tube, or are there police officers everywhere you turn?!!!

  2. Richard says:

    I know!!! The word weird doesn’t come close. At least the shot was from the back….

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