|A "good" service (Pic: eeveelife)|
|Central Line commuters yesterday|
TfL, who are responsible for running the London Underground system, or "Tube", have petitioned for the meaning of the word "good" to be redefined as meaning "awful, dreadful, at best shockingly mediocre". However, they admitted that the employee responsible for recording the "good service" announcements had not travelled on the Central Line during rush hour, or on the District Line ever.
In other announcements, TfL revealed a new rush hour ticketing strategy based on The Hunger Games, whereby commuters would compete in a "survival of the fittest" death-match in order to secure a place on their chosen train.
|"The 0745 from Waterloo to Bank has arrived. Only one of you will survive to ride it. Let the Games begin!"|