This artist found the most hilarious way to pass time on the train

Great Apps And Games For Your Commute, from Jennifer Jolly

We all know that riding on public transportation can be a bore...but this artist has found a way to beat that boredom.

October Jones, who brought us the hilarious blog "Texts from Dog," is at it again. Jones began doodling funny cartoon faces on Post-It notes and "attaching" them to rider's heads to create the illusion that they are attached.

Not only is it comedic relief, it's a great way to pass the commute time.

See some of Jones's best work here:

Interested to learn how your daily commute compares to others'?

Average weekly work/commute times
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This artist found the most hilarious way to pass time on the train

1. New York, NY

42.50 work, 6.18 commute, 49.08 hours total

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2. San Francisco, CA

44.01 work, 4.57 commute, 48.58 hours total

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3. Washington, DC

43.50 work, 4.49 commute, 48.39 hours total

Photo Credit: Saul Loeb/Getty

4. Houston, TX

43.44 work, 4.33 commute, 48.18 hours total

Photo Credit: Gavin Hellier

5. Fort Worth, TX

43.43 work, 4.18 commute, 48.01 hours total

Photo Credit: David Liu

6. Chicago, IL

42.36 work, 5.25 commute, 48.01 hours total

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7. Boston, MA

 42.53 work, 4.43 commute, 47.36 hours total

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8. Charlotte, NC

43.50 work, 3.45 commute, 47.35 hours total

Photo Credit: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

9. Baltimore, MD

42.34 work, 4.51 commute, 47.25 hours total

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10. Seattle, WA

43.17 work, 4.06 commute, 47.23 hours total

Photo Credit: Getty Images 


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