TfL is running a poster campaign as part of its Art on the Underground initiative. It consists of a series of quotes which, according to the website, “provoke thought on life in the city”.
One of these is a quote from Gandhi, which I’ve seen proudly displayed at various points along my commute to work. It reads
“THERE IS MORE TO LIFE THAN INCREASING ITS SPEED”
As I spilled off my overcrowded Jubilee Line train after waiting an unfathomably long time at London Bridge, and squeezed my way on to the Central Line only to spend five minutes sitting in a tunnel, it occured to me that the expression of this particular sentiment is rather brazen on TfL’s part. I am very well-behaved and couldn’t possibly consider breaking the law myself, but I hereby offer £20 cash money to the first person to send me photographic evidence that they have found one of these posters and added the line
“ON THE OTHER HAND, IT WOULDN’T BE A BAD PLACE TO START”