28 Secrets People Who Live In London Will Never Tell You
You've felt personally victimised by TfL, for starters.
You have felt personally victimised by TfL.
Someone has fallen asleep on your shoulder on the tube at least once and you just sat there because it was too awkward to do anything else.
You have wanted to resort to physical violence when someone snuck through YOUR Oyster card swipe.
In fact, you feel violated on a daily basis.
But then you feel disproportionate joy when you get off the tube at exactly the right spot on the platform to walk straight out of the exit.
Nothing crushes your soul more than the words "signal failure".
Apart from "rail replacement bus service".
It doesn't matter how many times you've seen it, you still get excited when you pass an iconic London landmark.
You genuinely do worry about your financial future and the prospect of never being able to afford to own property.
But then London looks this pretty at night and you get overwhelmed and all is forgiven.
You have ended up in Infernos on more than one occasion and wondered WTF you're doing with your life.
You have seriously contemplated pretending to be asleep to avoid giving up your seat on the tube to a pregnant woman.
You genuinely judge people who go for a meal at Angus Steak House in Leicester Square.
Also, people who take the tube rather than walking between Leicester Square and Covent Garden.
You have passed out drunk and woken up in Morden.
But within a day you already miss it.
And you experience genuine anger when people from outside of London slate it.
You feel genuinely terrified when strangers try to make eye contact or speak to you.
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