I hate London Underground and TFL so much. They are the worst things about london. I made some cartoons summarising everything that's bad about them:
“Ladies and gentlemen, due a signal failure at Farringdon this train will slow down, we’ve got our people at Farringdon working on it. The journey between King’s Cross and Farringdon shouldn’t take long.”
It didn’t. We’ve reached Farringdon just in time to celebrate 18th birthday of my daughter whom I brought to life, born and raised with the French bank broker sitting opposite to me, just when the train was heading to our next station.
I am struggling to comprehend reasons of complaints lodged below - and it is simply beyond my understanding! Using London underground is such a delightful experience! Not only it brings people together, providing them with an unique opportunity of genuine social integration and interactions, in times of sad and painful isolation, but also it makes us appreciate oxygen, unlimited space and simply life.
This train terminates here / has been held at the red signal - but our lives just go by, we are free to breathe, eat, sleep, fall in love, cherish moments, simply live. And all these wonderful things, which very often escape our mind, can be identified again when we get stuck in our beloved London underground. Thank you, Mayor of London!
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