yup, the generally rude/obnoxious comments/questions about when I'm due and how big I am. I'm finally NOT getting as many comments that I'm "big" for how far along I am - since I'm due in under 3 weeks, though a homeless guy asked me yesterday if it was twins (I said "I HOPE not!")
A few people have joked that I got fat - I joke right back that I had a really big lunch.
I get a LOT of comments about not knowing if it's a boy or a girl - some people have congratulated me on being brave enough not to find out, some have told me I'm crazy/weird/irresponsible/unreal for not finding out... most just size me up, tell me how I'm carrying (high, low, big, small, sideways, I've heard it ALL), and tell me what THEY think I'm having.
I TOTALLY agree that the comments about "you're going to go tomorrow" or "any minute now" are just plain obnoxious - I started getting those at like 26 weeks or something, and I'd actually say... uh, no, I'd really rather NOT have a preemie if I can help it, thanks, I've got lots of stuff to get done before s/he gets here, and I want a HEALTHY baby, so I'd prefer it comes when it's full term, not 3 months early.
These days I just tell people I don't think it's happening for at least another week or two, but that it COULD happen at any moment.
I've gotten a lot of comments FROM PEOPLE I KNOW that I've dropped... yeah, hey guys, no, I haven't dropped yet, the baby hasn't gotten any lower, it's just gotten bigger. I'm actually getting kicked in the ribs right now, so I'm pretty sure it hasn't "dropped"
Oh, and here's a NICE random stranger interaction - Yesterday when I was buying breakfast, I had a woman ask when I was due (not uncommon these days), I said 5/5, and we chit-chatted a little bit - I told her about my friend who, at full term, would mess with people who asked when she was due, and say "um, what are you talking about? I'm not pregnant!"
When we were both done paying, she wished me an easy delivery - I said thanks, I hope it is! she told me it looked like I'd kept active and been doing a lot of walking and I was looking really healthy, so she was betting it would be - awww - yay!
I've actually had several random strangers tell me how healthy I look, which is pretty darn cool
I am SO thankful that random strangers haven't really tried to touch my belly (though I do walk/stand pretty defensively, so it would be difficult, and I've got an arsenal of reactions ready for that), and I'm FINALLY being offered seats on the subway (though not regularly/always) - it helps that we haven't needed winter coats the last few days, so the belly is BLATANT.