You know, aside from the sudden hatred of all people ever.
The clip was launched as part of a campaign involving the police and Transport for London.
Will you make it to your destination, or get your head stuck in the doors?
Put your trivial knowledge about the London Underground to the test.
TfL recently ran a competition asking people to come up with their own poems about tube etiquette. We had a go ourselves, and got a little bit NSFW.
The messages were created at tube stations after the author’s death was announced yesterday.
10 Things I Hate About Euston.
The actor has taken over the PA system at Bromley-by-Bow station for the day.
A not-entirely-accurate conversation. Bonus: also includes London’s boats, trams and cable cars.
Turns out TfL have been sending us subliminal messages. No wonder the tube makes people so angry. (Also, this might be a little NSFW.)
Millions of people were amused by a video of Alika Agidi-Jeffs singing on a Tube train last year. But the musician was suffering from serious mental health problems, and told BuzzFeed News what it was like to be caught up in the viral web.
Telling it like it is, and in some style.
Who doesn’t love a singalong?
Please stand behind the yellow line, or you may be sucked off. LOL, sucked off.
Next Tube in 3 minutes? Time to get out the imaginary bat and ball.
Because there is NO better feeling than the tube doors stopping exactly where you’re stood.
Do you believe you can fly?
Please mind the rabbit. Via the always excellent @peopleontheunderground.
You probably won’t mind giving up your seat on the tube after seeing this.
Now that’s an exciting commute.
…and no one knows why. Update: Now we know why.
Some people should not be allowed.
The quote is from the 2009 film World’s Greatest Dad.
A very close call indeed.
You’ll be able to use your contactless debit or credit card to travel around London. No more Oyster, no more travelcards.