I was on my way to my OU class last Saturday, and was on the Central Line (which is where I pretty much live when I'm not in the Flat'O'Love). Minding my own business, and listening to The Now Show on my phone, I noticed that someone had written the words "NOISY DOORS" on the door beside me. For the next couple of stops I turned off my phone so that I could check the volume of this specific door, and I can verify that it was no noisier than any of the other doors on that carriage. I don't know why someone crouched down in a moving tube and scratched these words into this specific door, but I love the work that went into it. Hoorah for pointless, non-swearing, non-sexual London graffiti. Let's all applaud.