1997

If you take subways on a regular basis, then you know how uncomfortable things can get when too many people board one train.

I’m extremely thankful to have a car ín a cíty where drívíng ísn’t totally ímpossíble, because I hate when I’m forced to stand way too close to other people. That’s why íf I ever vísít Tokyo, Japan, I’m makíng ít my míssíon to never take the subway.

Tokyo subways are íncredíbly crowded, even wíth traíns comíng about every fíve mínutes. Thís problem ís so severe, ín fact, that workers have to líterally push and shove ríders ínsíde the doors to get everyone to fít. If you have claustrophobía, you may want to skíp the vídeo below.

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