Every time Oli Beale's train is delayed, he photoshops the face of Tim O'Toole. O'Toole is the CEO of the First Capital Connect, the train company behind the delays.
Beale started photoshopping the hilarious images earlier this month.
He includes the train times and delays under each photo on the Tumblr page.
Beale says that he realises that it's not "normal behaviour" to photoshop O'Toole's face.
He even once spent two hours making the railway boss "a little suit made out of repeating patterns of [his] face".
But Beale says it helps him get through the stress of the journey.
He says that editing the face is "very cathartic".
In a letter to O'Toole on Beale's Tumblr page, the battle-scarred commuter says: "I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Men in tears at Norwood Junction. I've seen vomit in Balcombe and smelt some of the finest B.O. in Sussex."
"Almost every single train to and from work is delayed."
"Yes, sometimes it is only by a few minutes. 'What difference does a few minutes make?' I hear you gargling from your ergonomic swivel-chair. It's actually a huge one."
"This is why: I know my train will be delayed, so if I want to be at work on time I ALWAYS have to go for an earlier train than necessary."
"That means less time with my family in the mornings. If I add all that up, it's… Actually if I add all that up I start to get really cross."
"Yep, I chose to move out of London and commute in so I shouldn't complain about it."
"But it became hard to buy a family home in London unless you're as rich as the CEO of a large transport company who increased their pay by 94% in 2013."
"The frustrating thing is that you've got me over a barrel, Tim. I have to use your trains and I have to pay whatever you decide to charge me."
"You've got me over a great big barrel. My trousers are round my ankles and you're not being very gentle with me."
"I don't like it, Tim, and I'm asking you to stop."
"Pull my trousers up, dust me down and shake my hand."
"I'm paying you over five grand a year to be sprawled over that barrel so it's the least you can do."
"If you're wondering how to get me to stop meddling with your face, then the answer is simple."