For April Fools’ Day, the Seattle Times arts critic rode the 25 and wrote a review:
The real action starts with the appearance of the first passenger. Last Thursday it was a knapsacked, woolly-capped, iPodded gal on the corner of Sand Point Way Northeast who brought an admirable sense of understatement to her role. More passengers joined the drama at University Village and along the fringes of the University of Washington campus, their silence rivaling Harold Pinter’s famous pauses in creating a sense of mystery and tension.
It goes on like that for a while. How would you review your bus route?