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13 times one Irishman brilliantly trolled Metro's missed connections page

So good.

London Underground commuter Source: Mike_fleming

SEAMAS O’REILLY IS an Irish writer living in London, who’s won internet fame in the past for his excellent personalised Nutella jar pranks and his Remembering Ireland Facebook page.

But his original, and some would say best, mischief-making was when he wrote into the Metro newspaper’s Rush Hour Crush section with fake missed connection stories for the craic. He successfully submitted them to the UK paper for a couple of years before they caught on and stopped publishing them – but we still have the evidence of the ones that made it through.

So here, presented without comment, is every single one in all their glory.

*applause*

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metro6 Source: shocko.info

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metro1 Source: shocko.info

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rushhour Source: shockproofbeats Twitter

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oxfordstreet Source: shockproofbeats Twitter

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metro3 Source: shocko.info

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oxfordstreet2 Source: Shockproofbeats Twitter

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oxfordstreet3 Source: shockproofbeats Twitter

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conductor Source: shocko.info

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metro2 Source: shocko.info

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oxfordstreet4 Source: shocko.info

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shocko Source: shocko.info

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shocko2 Source: shocko.info

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shocko4 Source: shocko.info

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