Everyone thinks they have the commute from hell — from folks in New Jersey being stuck at Penn Station for hours on end to motorists in Los Angeles who have inhaled more car exhaust fumes than they'd want to know.
Trust us, we've heard them all — because we went scrounging around the web to find the most horrifying, nightmare-inducing commute stories we could find. Seriously, these stories will make your two-hour commute feel like a walk in the park. Don't believe us? The video below takes you through some of the worst transportation experiences people have ever witnessed.
After watching the video, you probably have one question on your mind: "Why do so many of these stories take place in New York City?"
It's true that many New Yorkers have the misfortune of traveling to work every day with a million others. Think what car pooling would feel like if you had to pick up three other bums on your way to work. It's like that.
In fact, it's gotten so bad, more people are starting to take notice, citing train delays as a huge disruption to worker's mental stability. It also just flat-out sucks.
So remember, the next time you're sitting in traffic or fretting about your bus showing up five minutes late, just be lucky no one threw any crickets on you that day.