TRAINJOTTING CLASSIC: Word of the Week — Facial Profiling

FACIAL PROFILING: FAY-shull PROH-fihh-lingg noun: Selecting one’s seat on the train based on the attractiveness of the person in the adjacent seat. 

[Note: Not to be confused with Spatial Profiling, which involves selecting one’s seat based on the size of the person in the adjacent seat.]

USAGE: I was guilty of some major facial profiling on the 5:46 to Mt. Kisco as I grabbed the seat next to the raven-haired hottie.

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