Staff at London Underground have come up with a way to beat sadness – try it and see if it works on you

We all feel pretty crappy in the morning, stumbling our way to work after a night fretting about losing our job and whether global warming will kill us all and whether that workmate remembers that thing we said five years ago which… Oh just us then?

But if you are like us then London Underground has a way to cheer you up -as posted on Reddit by 7ddnmo – give it a go and report back to us.

Beep? from funny

The sign reads:

How to cheer yourself up in two easy steps

1. Whisper “beep beep” to yourself.

2. Repeat until not sad.

We’re intrigued if this works with other words so we wrote a quick randomiser to give it a go:

How to cheer yourself up in two easy steps (six random attempts)

1. Whisper “Lancashire hot-pot” to yourself. 2. Repeat until happy.
1. Whisper “wheel rim” to yourself. 2. Repeat until the sadness leaves.
1. Mouth “bag of cement” to yourself. 2. Repeat until not sad.
1. Mumble “Wayne Hussey” to yourself. 2. Repeat until the happiness starts.
1. Whisper “tin of tuna” to yourself. 2. Repeat until your spirits lift.
1. Say “Terry Nutkins” to yourself. 2. Repeat until the darkness fades.

We’ll we’re a bit happier anyway. Your mileage may vary.

Source: Reddit