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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by edesignuk, Jan 30, 2008.
Why was I expecting the Halifax logo to come up at the end?
Isn't that the typical way that people behave on the Tube when something odd happens? Don't look, don't pretend to be interested, move away if you feel slightly uncomfortable...
Rather than having the nonce to occasionally give the emergency cord a quick tug and send the Wacko's flying.
That's called "Playing it cool."
Or maybe they saw the YouTube video of the Filipino jailhouse version and thought, "Meh, it's not as good as that one", and just ignored the whole thing. Jaded English folks....
That is ****ing brilliant, TFL should hire them to perform at random times and on random lines just to bring a little fun into the tubes.
That's made my day.
I love how nobody said anything, or tried to get past them.
Nice one! It appears to be more fun if you realize that they dance without any music (I guess)! It looks amusing when they go back to their seats after dancing!
If some people got onto the Metro in Manchester and started dancing like that with no music I don't think that I would be particularly interested either....
Looks good, shall have to watch at home with sound.
That made my day.
not bad at all.
i still like the wedding performance that was done.
This is a Circle Line Train with service to Funky. Please Mind The Gap Between You and The Thriller.
I am impressed, the train is plainly moving, its not easy to stand especially if its jerking around.
Excellent, thanks for posting it.
Cute. If I were on that train, I would've assumed an advert was being shot and wondered how I ended up in the wrong car.
Now, it they tried it on an NYC train, somebody would stood up and hollered, "Yo! Sit the f*** down, ya freak!" This is, of course, assuming there was that much room in the first place...
A bunch of people applauded at the end?
Either way, awesome job, especially while the train was de/accelerating.
Without sound, it'll look like a bunch of guys having spasms.