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Overheard in the Starlight Diner

A clean-cut, young-ish American in a suit is telling a friend how much he likes being in Moscow. “Here, it’s like, everybody touches your butt. I was riding the Metro the other night and someone touched my butt. I said to my wife, ‘Honey, did you just touch my butt?’ And she said, ‘No, I did not touch your butt.’ I said, ‘Well, someone just touched my butt.’ See, that’s what I like about this place. It’s 6.30 in the evening, you’re all crammed into this carriage together and someone touches your butt. It’s not like back home in the States where everyone has their own ideas about personal space. It’s great!”

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