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The London Underground has long been the playground for creative commuters and guerilla artists doctoring existing signs or adding their own. We collect them.

28.9.12 Apologies for the apologies ([email protected])

7.9.12 Fresh delights – hat tip to @derbydunk + @TimeOutLondon

8.8.12 – via Steve Collins

7.8.12 ‘Always Press This Button’ via Kevan Davis

1.8.12 Naughty passengers will be crushed (via @derbydunk and @Tube_Driver)

25.6.12 No Eye Contact via Jay Gooby

18.6.12: Catch a submarine to Somalia, via Tottenham Court Road (contributed by @derbydunk)

Spotted in South Kensington (via Seb White)

Ranoush Juice spotted this on the Circle Line  ‘Priority seat for people who are overweight, conjoined or charming snakes’. (via Londonist)

‘Peak hours may necessitate that you let other people sit on your lap’ – also seen here.

This beauty was seen on the Gatwick Express ‘ for a more efficient service please alight at the next stop where a team of heavily drugged sloths will drag you to your destination.’

Via Going Underground

One bemused blogger snapped this: ‘Do not acknowledge fellow passengers or sustain eye beyond 2 seconds. Please respect urban solitude’

thanks to @stmartin76 for emailing us with this

A £200 fine for sitting

The omnipresent whiteboards are a bit of gift too – at this Northern Line station  ‘If Cinderella’s show fitted so perfectly how come it fell off in the first place?’

(via Going Underground)

There’s been a fair few adjustments to the Circle Line maps with revised destination stickers. In fact there’s a whole blog dedicated to this.

Advertising executive Dave Askwith livened up his daily commute from Brighton to London

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