What Kind of Metro Complainer Are You?

The seven stages of giving Metro grief.
Photo by Flickr user Joseph Gruberr.

During Thursday morning’s miserable commute, patterns emerged among people complaining on Twitter. Please use these convenient categories when complaining on the way home:

1) I say you are out to get me personally, WMATA.

2) I will smite WMATA with unflattering comparisons to other geographical areas.

3) I am actually pretty funny.

4) I am keeping track of how much time I have lost.

5) I am still your friend, WMATA.

6) I demand to know where WMATA’s shit is, and why it is not together.

7) I think Washington should lose the Olympics because today’s commute sucked.

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Andrew Beaujon joined Washingtonian in late 2014. He was previously the news editor and lead media reporter for the Poynter Institute, arts editor for the now completely vanished, and managing editor of Washington City Paper. He lives in Del Ray.