Oh man, we've got an article for you. If you've heard of "People of Walmart" and loved it, you're in for a treat with this one. As you know if you ride public transportation, there are some interesting characters that ride the tube.
There are just plain weird people doing weird things, people dressed up like a tomato, and families bringing a table and having dinner on the subway. Turn off your "crazy meter" now because it's going to be going off the hook in a few seconds.
I'm Not Crying, You're Crying
Look, not everyone has enough time to make a good dinner at home. We all have busy lives, and sometimes it's necessary to eat on the go, and cook on the go.
This is a bad idea though. Cutting onions is a tear-jerker for even the driest eyes. I'm not crying, you're crying.
It's Always Hammock Season
There's never a bad time to lay down in a hammock. Why would you sit in the uncomfortable subway seat when you can lounge on a hammock?
I'm all about this. They're easy to pack away in your backpack too. I don't care what anyone says, it's ALWAYS hammock season.
Reporting For Duty
This is just straight up awesome. If you were ever a fan of Army Men or Toy Story, you know who this guy is.
Now, I didn't know that they knew how to ride the subway. People who actually have brains can screw it up, nevermind people who have plastic for brains.
You know you had a rough night when you wake up on a subway with your full pizza on the floor.
I'm going to guess that she's woken up to better sights. I mean, I'd like to say that we've all been there, but I really don't know that we have.
Personal Space Bubble
We all need a personal space bubble at some point. There's nothing worse than going onto public transportation and having a stranger talk to you.
That's when you have to either put your headphones in even if you're not listening to anything, or create this personal bubble so it's impossible for people to talk to you.
Such A Genius Life Hack
The key to having a successful life is figuring out little life hacks and exploiting them. Who knew that there was a subway sleep-saver like this one.
I think that it's safe to say that plungers are one of the most underrated items of all time. That may be refuted by a few of you, but I'm sticking to it.
When You Sleep At Your Friend's House
This is a live look in at how you have to sleep when you're at your buddies house when you're crashing there for the night.
You never get a comfy spot. You have to use a ladder as a blanket and a brick as your pillow. If you get a couch, it's shared between three people and you end up sleeping like this.
What A Great Read
I know everyone is interested in novels and books, but have you ever printed out an interesting Facebook comment section and read it?
Honestly, it's unpredictable and new EVERY time. Besides, there's nothing more interesting than a controversial news article's comment section. Way more entertaining than the actual article.
Brace For Impact
If I'm walking onto the subway and see this guy, I'm backing away slowly and booking it off. I think I'd go as far as to say that I'd break a window and jump out of a moving train just to avoid sitting beside this guy.
I would rather tuck and roll than get chopped into little bits.
I think that it's safe to say that this isn't the ideal neighbor on the subway. Like, it's never the idea neighbor in general, but especially on the subway.
The phrase "drain the swamp" couldn't be any better applied to a situation then what's happening in this picture. Not good.
There are many things that you should be afraid of when you enter a subway. One of them is seeing this girl and her pet raven.
That thing could rip your eyeballs out one at a time and laugh the whole way through it. The first rule of subways — never trust a girl and her raven.
Home Is Wherever I'm With Food
Let's be honest, the idea of "home" is just subjective. It's different for everyone and usually just refers to a comfort level.
For many people, any time they're with food, that comfort level is peaking for these people. Nothing wrong with a family dinner on the subway. I don't see a problem here.
You know what's really weird about this costume? My guess is that it will be a college mascot within the next two years. How about the Tulane Tomatoes?
I don't mind it. It's kind of punchy. Also, tomatoes are a fruit, I don't care what any of you uneducated people say.
There needs to be some work in the door-widening department of the subways. The architects of the original door size didn't put into perspective that we'd have giant bears riding the subway on a regular basis.
And, with the obesity on the up slant, we're only going to be needing more of this.
Christmas In The City
I bet it's hard to understand, but Santa also rides the Subway. I mean, in some of the downtown cores of cities like NYC or L.A., there's just no room for his reindeer.
Rudolph gets parked in some dark alley and Santa grabs some buddies and heads out on the subway.
What's great about riding the subway in a busy city like NYC is that no one ever really judges you. The people who ride every day have seen it all.
This Where's Waldo-inspired outfit won't even cause a blink on the subway, I can guarantee you that. In fact, I'd be surprised if people even realized he was there.
Snakes On A Train
I know you've heard of snakes on a plane, but have you heard of snakes on a train? It's actually much worse.
If there's a snake on a plane, they have to stay seated unless the seatbelt sign is turned off. On a subway, the snake can roam free whenever they want.
First of all, I really hope that no one from PETA sees this man because they'll go nuts. If it's real leather, he's probably going to be verbally kicked in the stomach (maybe he'll like it).
I just can't see how this would be comfortable in any way, shape, or form.
If you've ever been a fan of The Addam's Family, you already know what I'm going to say about this picture.
This is Cousin It's cousin, for sure. I mean, I don't know whether that's a dog or a purse with a concerned face. Either way, if I saw that on a subway I would be very concerned.
Not How She Envisioned Her Day
I'm going to go out on a limb and assume that this girl didn't wake up in the morning and envision her day starting like this.
She probably woke up, made herself a nice cup of joe, and had a blissful smile heading onto the subway. That is, until, this cracked (pun intended) her day in half.