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Why does Tf L think that we have such bad communication skills that they need to force us all to be friends and get even more personal with the man on the tube who has had his armpit in my face for four stops?

Firstly, it’s a very cultural thing in Britain, particularly London.

The pins have received a mixed response so far with some taking to social media to describe the idea as a “monstrosity”. Say no to tube-chat." Miss-N-B added: "I'd rather go on replacement rail than 'chat' on the tube." But the response was not all negative, as Amy Shaw wrote: "The fact that we are in a society where people have to wear badges so that other people can talk to them is so sad." Jonathan Dunne, a 42-year-old from Colorado, came up with the idea and handed out 500 of the badges at Old Street station.

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Commuters on the London Underground have being given badges to encourage them to talk to strangers.

I’d just moved there from Chicago, where people pretty friendly, so I assumed that a kindly stranger would approach me and ask if I was okay.

If said yes, I’d obviously be lying, because who sobs uncontrollably when they’re okay?

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