I'm not one of those people who has a problem with people getting up close and personal with me, quite the contrary. However there are times when I feel like my personal space has taken a needless raping. It seems like some people just don't get the sanctity of personal space. Probably the place that I encounter this the most is on public transport. A few days ago I was on the train, sitting alone, listening to my ipod. All of a sudden I just see this kid walking up to me, stopping and just looking. Naturally at first I think there must be something wrong with me, so I check my reflection in the window and everythings normal but the kid is still starring. This is forgivable, despite the fact it's annoying I can understand that young kids don't understand it's rude to get so close to someone and just stare at them. I did wonder where the hell her parents were but that's beside the point. It's when adults do it that it really gets to me, you all know what kind of space invader I'm talking about. The girl who sits in the seat directly next to you in an empty train coach. The man who picks the urinal next to yours in an empty public toilet. How highly do you guys value your own personal space?