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Discussion in 'Community' started by iGav, Jun 18, 2005.
Rinky dink link
haha - that's great. Unfortunately I live in the whales bottom
thats funny. i can't believe people have the time to do this.
It seems weird yes but if you sit for an hour or two on the Tube everyday you have to look at something. Tube etiquette demands that you don't make eye contact with anybody
most are pretty good too. i always used to see shapes in clouds, not too many of those on the underground though. does the underground still have the supersprung seating??? i can only imagine if those seats were on the NYC subway, half the lardarses wouldn't fit in between the seat arms heh
We need to do this for every city with an extensive subway system.
My city (Los Angeles) certainly gets excluded.
I love the Tube, that is one of the best public transports.
The public trans. in the U.S. is very sad in comparison
Made me think of the fantastic 'Horses on the underground' article on The Day Today. I miss that series.
don't remember that one, all i can remember from that awesome series was the exploding bomb dogs, and the backstreet dentists or something.
Good catch I'd totally get one of those shirts if it wasn't over 16 quid shipped...especially if it came in various colours.
Found this transcript of it....pure genius:
That person has a very creative mind. Just wonder what could be found using the Boston Subway system?
Any keen artistic eyes here on the forum?
Easy! A deformed two-legged Pacman-ish thing!
Hmmm, maybe it's not as easy at it sounds.
Friendly Boston octopus!
Seahorse. Shall I give up now before I further embarrass myself?
No, no, no...OBVIOUSLY it's Kangaroo!
i dont know what you're talking about, i was able do a perfectly good 4 armed starfish with our subway system.
Time to think inside the box... A person on spring-loaded shoes!
I'm impressed by your insight Doctor Q, no reason for you to be embarrassed. I think that a lot of credit is due for trying.
Sorry, but the prize probably goes to UberMac. Imagine because of a more artistic view. Doctor Q is more of a mathematical view.
I hope the Boston subways move faster than this snail, complete with slimy trail. Note that I cheated by rotating the map.
Here's me about to win the Boston Marathon, glancing back to see who will come in second.
excellent and you have far to much time on your hands
Naw, I just draw badly very quickly.