Funny stickers on a London Underground subway train


15 Responses to “Funny stickers on a London Underground subway train”

  1. Mark_Frauenfelder says:

    Who will be the first to complain that the pranksters used the wrong typeface?

  2. Liam Jordan says:

    They’re also unfunny and expensive.

  3. LYNDON says:

     Pleased to find someone has a shot of these on the net, from 1995:

    “Riding With Despair Prohibited – Keep Hopes Up”

    It might be bourgeois and complacent of me, but I prefer that.

  4. querent says:

    The midget is in the digits.

  5. taras says:

    The pranksters used the wrong typeface.

  6. Finnagain says:

    No Spitting!
      – the mgt

  7. mtdna says:

    Cattle carts? Aren’t those like rickshaws pulled by cows? I would pay ten times the price of a Tube pass to take a cattle cart to work every day. It would be awesome for people working at the stock market!

  8. ripley says:

    they’re not that funny given the San Francisco public transport (BART) police’s  actual execution of Kenneth Harding for fare evasion, which just happened a months ago, the most recent in a string of cops killing people (usually black men) on public transport.

  9. Theo Grace says:

    How wrong of the British people to follow in an established tradition and not consider the actions of a single cities public transport authority, in another country, which never made it into British news, we should be ashamed, how dare we not be aware of everything happening in the great and mighty America. ripley, on behalf of all Brits I sincerely apologise. 

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  11. frontline99 says:

    The idea is amusing, but is there a reason behind the poor grammar?
    Also, @ripley you make it sound like he got shot for being black not having a ticket. That is obviously not the case.

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