Thinkstock / BuzzFeed 1. Situation: On which side should you overtake someone on an escalator? Thinkstock On the left Correct Incorrect On the left On the right Correct Incorrect On the right Correct! Wrong! It is strictly forbidden to stand on the left-hand side of any escalator without the intention of walking down it in a hurried, slightly exaggerated fashion. 2. In which circumstances do passengers usually shout “Can you move down please?” on public transport? Thinkstock When there's plenty of space. Correct Incorrect When there's plenty of space. When it's a crowded, but it's clear there's a little room. Correct Incorrect When it's a crowded, but it's clear there's a little room. When there's absolutely no fucking space and a poor granny's head is already being smushed against a window. Correct Incorrect When there's absolutely no fucking space and a poor granny's head is already being smushed against a window. Correct! Wrong! There never seems to be any room when people say this. Ever. 3. How much is a day travelcard (covering zones 1-4 and NOT on Oyster)? Flickr: astanita £8.90 Correct Incorrect £8.90 £10.80 Correct Incorrect £10.80 £12.10 Correct Incorrect £12.10 £16.40 Correct Incorrect £16.40 Correct! Wrong! A standard zone 1-4 day travelcard is £12.10. Or, as it's known to Londoners, a fucking pisstake. 4. Meet Charley. Charley was born in Coventry. Where is Charley from? Thinkstock Coventry Correct Incorrect Coventry The Midlands Correct Incorrect The Midlands Up North Correct Incorrect Up North Correct! Wrong! Come on. Every Londoner knows anywhere north of the M4 is "up North". 5. When are trains in London most likely to be delayed? Thinkstock When it's too hot. Correct Incorrect When it's too hot. When it's too cold. Correct Incorrect When it's too cold. When it's raining. Correct Incorrect When it's raining. All of the above. Correct Incorrect All of the above. Correct! Wrong! There is no timeline in which a train in London is not delayed. 6. You're about to exit a busy tube station. When is the appropriate time to take out your Oyster card? Flickr: mirka23 On the escalator on the way up to the gates. Correct Incorrect On the escalator on the way up to the gates. It should be ready at all times. Correct Incorrect It should be ready at all times. As soon as you see the gates. Correct Incorrect As soon as you see the gates. Just as you approach the gates. Correct Incorrect Just as you approach the gates. Correct! Wrong! No one likes standing behind a person fumbling over their Oyster card. Get it together. Be prepared. 7. What is the correct way to address the person in charge at your local chicken and chip shop? Twitter: @JETSLER Bossman Correct Incorrect Bossman Brother Correct Incorrect Brother Sir Correct Incorrect Sir Mr Correct Incorrect Mr Correct! Wrong! While "boss" is also appropriate, the man in charge is always known as "bossman". 8. Location: What was the O2 Arena originally called? Flickr: thelastminute The Millennium Experience Correct Incorrect The Millennium Experience The Millennium Dome Correct Incorrect The Millennium Dome The O2 Centre Correct Incorrect The O2 Centre The London Entertainment Centre Correct Incorrect The London Entertainment Centre Correct! Wrong! Before the likes of Beyoncé and Adele performed at the magnificent O2 Arena, young children nationwide were travelling to the Millennium Dome to take somewhat creepy pictures with ET. Via carolineld.blogspot.co.uk 9. How long has London Bridge been getting renovated? Flickr: nicohogg Over a year. Correct Incorrect Over a year. Six months. Correct Incorrect Six months. SINCE THE DAWN OF FUCKING TIME. Correct Incorrect SINCE THE DAWN OF FUCKING TIME. Renovation has finished. Correct Incorrect Renovation has finished. Correct! Wrong! Can anyone remember a time when London Bridge wasn't being renovated? 10. In which London borough is this ridiculous street name? cunty.tumblr.com Southwark Correct Incorrect Southwark Lewisham Correct Incorrect Lewisham Greenwich Correct Incorrect Greenwich Enfield Correct Incorrect Enfield Correct! Wrong! If you're from south London, you probably recognise this street from being in Greenwich. Via cunty.tumblr.com 11. What is the official name of the Houses of Parliament? Flickr: 66720528@N04 The Palace of Westminster Correct Incorrect The Palace of Westminster Westminster Court Correct Incorrect Westminster Court Parliament Abbey Correct Incorrect Parliament Abbey Correct! Wrong! The Houses of Parliament are officially known as the Palace of Westminster and it is the largest palace in the country. 12. Where was musician David Bowie born? Ralph Gatti / Getty Images North London Correct Incorrect North London East London Correct Incorrect East London South London Correct Incorrect South London West London Correct Incorrect West London Correct! Wrong! David Bowie was born in Brixton, which is in south London. 13. Which of these tube stations is NOT in zone 1? Thinkstock Gloucester Road Correct Incorrect Gloucester Road Lambeth North Correct Incorrect Lambeth North Bayswater Correct Incorrect Bayswater Oval Correct Incorrect Oval Correct! Wrong! Oval is in zone 2! 14. What is the name of the stop that's missing? Robin Edds / BuzzFeed White City Correct Incorrect White City Wood Lane Correct Incorrect Wood Lane Holland Park Correct Incorrect Holland Park Correct! Wrong! If you know the Central line like the back of your hand, you'll know the missing stop is of course White City. Via content.tfl.gov.uk 15. Vocabulary: What does this word mean? Thinkstock Pancakes Correct Incorrect Pancakes Sweets Correct Incorrect Sweets A type of hat Correct Incorrect A type of hat Trainers Correct Incorrect Trainers Correct! Wrong! "Creps" are another word for trainers. 16. Which of these words has a negative connotation? Thinkstock Spreads Correct Incorrect Spreads Butters Correct Incorrect Butters Margarines Correct Incorrect Margarines Toasties Correct Incorrect Toasties Correct! Wrong! To call someone "butters" is to call them ugly. 17. If someone describes a situation as "peak", is it negative or positive? Thinkstock / BuzzFeed Positive Correct Incorrect Positive Negative Correct Incorrect Negative Correct! Wrong! Peak is not good. (Unless it's at the top of a mountain.) 18. Which of these is NOT a way to address a comrade? Thinkstock Fam Correct Incorrect Fam Ref Correct Incorrect Ref Blud Correct Incorrect Blud Bruv Correct Incorrect Bruv Correct! Wrong! "Ref" is just the shortened version of "referee". It has nothing to do with your friends. 19. If you give someone money, and they reply with "safe", what does that mean? Thinkstock "Where's the rest of my money?" Correct Incorrect "Where's the rest of my money?" "What's this?" Correct Incorrect "What's this?" "Thanks." Correct Incorrect "Thanks." "Keep your money." Correct Incorrect "Keep your money." Correct! Wrong! Upon receiving something, "safe" can mean "thank you", but it's also an adjective for someone who's a decent person. 20. Which of these would you most likely see a "roadman" wearing? Image: Via Thinkstock Correct Incorrect Via Thinkstock Via Thinkstock Image: Via Thinkstock Correct Incorrect Via Thinkstock Via Thinkstock Image: Via anacondastores.com Correct Incorrect Via anacondastores.com Via anacondastores.com Correct! Wrong! Come rain or shine, the puffa jacket is a go-to for the standard roadman. 21. What do the words “rail replacement bus” actually mean? Thinkstock A bus service that substitutes a train service. Correct Incorrect A bus service that substitutes a train service. An efficient alternative to the regular journey that was planned. Correct Incorrect An efficient alternative to the regular journey that was planned. A slight possibility that you may be later than expected. Correct Incorrect A slight possibility that you may be later than expected. A sign that you should just cancel all your plans today. Correct Incorrect A sign that you should just cancel all your plans today. Correct! Wrong! Only get a rail replacement service if it's the last mode of transport left on this earth. Trust me.