When I lived in NYC, I hardly ever sat on the subway unless I was plastered. (“So what you’re saying is that you always sat on the subway?” – you) My legs still work good and I mostly sit on my ass all day, so I always felt like I was the last person who needed to sit. But there are some able-bodied hos who sit like they’re protesting something and if a 9-month pregnant blind woman on crutches with twins in a baby Bjorn on her back and groceries balancing on her head hobbled on in, they’d still stay sitting. Olivia Wilde took the subway in NYC yesterday and when people didn’t give up their seat for her, she crop dusted them with pregnant farts on Twitter.
Olivia is currently knocked up with her and Jason Sudeikis’ second baby, and when she took the subway in NYC, she had to stand thanks to rude bitches not moving for her. She tweeted this:
NBD, able-bodied ? riders who won’t give your seat to a GIANT preggo. I’ll just stand riiiiight next to your head and pray I go into labor.
— olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) September 14, 2016
The whole “giving up your seat to a pregnant woman on public transportation” topic is a CONTROVERSIAL one. Some are on Olivia’s side, and others tweeted that she’s pregnant, not disabled or old, and if she wants to sit, she can use her millions to take a car service. They basically told Olivia to have a seat, which I think she would have if someone stood up for her ass! But I’m more concerned about her going into labor on the subway. I know that women have done it before, but it’d probably be beyond hard. Sure, it’d be hard due to not really having help from any medical professionals or an epidural (but I’m sure one of the riders would have either a pot cookie or some crack). But it’d be really hard to pull out that baby as it hung onto its mom’s chocha walls for dear life because it doesn’t want to go anywhere near that sticky subway floor.
Here’s Olivia looking like she’s doing pregnant St. Angie Jolie cosplay while posing with her man at the TIFF premiere of Colossal on September 9th: