In honour of Valentine's Day, South West Trains have changed the names of the stations it services to, uh, romantic things.
Like London Waterlove. Which some people think is ":]" .
While others are less amused.
Some think it's cute.
Some need a sick bag.
Needless to say, single Londoners are not feeling the (water)love.
And others are just concerned about the possible confusion.
But it's not just Waterlove making us swoon/cringe.
You can also alight at Beautiful Basingstoke, Kissington South, Passionfield, Darling Dorking, and Romsey and Juliet (no really).
And Gorgeous Guildford.
And Truly Madly Eastleigh, and When Harry Met Salisbury, and Wonderful Woking.
Oh, and Rich (in Love) mond. Which may be a bit of a stretch.
South West Trains are loving the attention.
Despite all of, uh, this.
A spokeswoman for the South West Trains-Network Rail Alliance told BuzzFeed that the reaction had been positive so far:
In the spirit of Valentine's Day we asked our customers and employees to suggest quirky romance-themed alternatives to our station names. We got some great suggestions, many of which we are displaying on customer information screens across the network for today only.
We hope those travelling with us today enjoy their journeys and have a lovely Valentine's Day.