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  • He does all sorts of nice things for her, like getting her cupcakes and getting her into the subway with his unlimited metrocard.

    Million Dollar Story Ideas While Leeching Off Of Starbuck's WIFI Without Buying Anything: Episode 1

  • I look over at Cara, lost in her own thoughts, more beautiful even then the day I first saw her, stranded at a turnstile with a faulty metrocard, and I let her in, with me, in every way.

    Confetti Love

  • Starbucks has been opening up cafes right next to subway stations in New York since the late 70s, yet there are literally no places to set down your spilly coffee cup (which is burning you with molten coffee) while trying to pull out your metrocard and simultaneously holding your umbrella between your legs, much like an insane and angry clown.

    Spilly McSpill

  • Daily News: So here, too, news of the M. T.A.'s plans to jack the fare up to bring the cost of a monthly metrocard to $103 dominates the page.

    Wood War! Who Wins Today's Grabby Tabloid Battle For Your Eyeballs?

  • We were standing next to each other on really long lines for the two metrocard machines at the Union Square subway station.

    Franklin Avenue

  • Then he asked me some questions about buying the Metrocard and the metrocard machine.

    Franklin Avenue

  • I woke up and tried to get on the train, but my metrocard didn't work.

    WE NEED TO BE WET MORE

  • A murder suspect in New York uses his metrocard as an alibi.

    Nunc Scio » Blog Archive » Nunc Scio’s linkmania – 11/19/08

  • In the end, it's still a gas-guzzling monstrosity for which I have little use, and unless I can transform it somehow into a metrocard it's really just a liability.

    the 51st state

  • I'm not sure how he got your address but he's got his metrocard and skateboard.

    HH Com 306

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