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Pregnant Olivia Wilde Has Something to Say to Subway Riders Who Wouldn't Offer Her a Seat

Olivia Wilde, 2016 CFDA Fashion Awards


Let’s do a quick crash course on common courtesy—specifically, in regards to public transportation.

If you’re sitting down and notice that someone, for example a pregnant woman, does not have a seat for the ride, get up and give her your seat. It’s not that difficult. You’ll be fine. Let the blood flow through your body. Now, that we’re all squared away on that end, let’s talk about what happened to Olivia Wilde.

The actress took to Twitter today to shame subway riders who didn’t get up to offer a seat during their trip. “NBD, able-bodied [subway emoji] 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,” she wrote.

(She never went into labor.)

Wilde’s tweet struck a chord with many of her followers, sparking a number of responses from users who needed to vent about rude New York City riders or tweeters who offered the actress some tips. Then, there was one guy in particular who challenged Wilde: “1. I didn’t tell u to get pregnant 2. Get an Uber (you can afford it) 3. I paid the same amt as you for the subway ride,” the user wrote.

The actress responded, “1. Eat a bag of dicks. 2. That is all.” LOL! 

At one point, the pregnant star was on to the next thing—and luckily, it was a much happier topic.

“Revlon’s $1M Challenge is back! Check out my awkward video to learn how you can get involved,” she wrote. The brand’s global ambassador explained the success of last year’s campaign, while also revealing the benefits that could arise with the help of donations this year, all of which will target women’s health issues.

“Help spread the power of love by donating to your favorite charity,” she said.

Also, don’t forget to offer your seat when necessary.

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