Getting on the tube every day is enough of a drag without all those stupid adverts trying to convince you that your 'perfect match' is somewhere in the same sweaty tube carriage as you, or that buying some weird vitamins will essentially make you immortal. Perhaps the worst of all these adverts is Match.com's recent #LoveYourImperfections campaign, which shows various people with 'imperfections' like not knowing how to pronounce 'Marylebone' and being unable to see the word 'Cockfosters' without laughing. But it's this guy's imperfection that has seriously irked commuters:
And we can't help but agree. What's your problem, Mark? Have you never been on the tube before?
But a parody Twitter account called We Fix Your Adverts is giving these ads a much-needed makeover – and now the folks from Match.com's adverts have got a whole new set of 'imperfections'.
And those annoying TfL adverts haven't escaped unscathed either.
But they're not the only ones – take a look at more of We Fix Your Adverts' excellent handiwork:
Outrage as the first draft of the new Gourmet Burger Kitchen adverts make it onto tube lines pic.twitter.com/YCMT0OFu58— We Fix Your Adverts (@WeFixYourAdvert) January 18, 2016
Celebrities, always check the quote the company are going to use on their poster pic.twitter.com/jkUmcX9Zom— We Fix Your Adverts (@WeFixYourAdvert) January 20, 2016
Keep an eye out for our new and improved Visit Las Vegas posters on your commute today. pic.twitter.com/vT19K7h3Gk— We Fix Your Adverts (@WeFixYourAdvert) January 27, 2016
Today we are making Trainline's adverts a tad more accurate. pic.twitter.com/0RwgTTU8qA— We Fix Your Adverts (@WeFixYourAdvert) January 27, 2016
In other news, TfL has spent £600,000 on the non-existent night tube.