Brand new face filters are all over people's Instagram stories right now, revealing which characters they are from Disney films, The Simpsons, and other media. A new Toronto-centric Instagram face filter has joined the group, revealing which TTC line people are.\nThe filter, created by Toronto native and designer Rob Shostak, cycles through numerous TTC lines above a person's head before revealing either a streetcar or Subway line.\nShostak shared the filter on his Instagram, along with a filter he also made that reveals which New York subway line you are.\nWhile there are plenty of options for subway and streetcar lines that you could end up being, it wouldn't be a TTC face filter without a few unpleasant surprises.\nIn addition to being given an actual transit line, people can also end up with results like "sorry... not in service" or "short turn."\nShostak wrote in the comments of his Instagram post about the filter that he hadn't added bus lines to the possibilities only because there were too many. Although he did note that he might add some if he has time.\nEven TTC staff members have tried out the filter just to see what kind of results they end up with.\nView this post on Instagram This @Instagram story filter lets you know what @ttcinsta transit line you are! Follow and and you'll find it in the new 🤩 tab on my profile! Stay tuned for more Toronto filters! #imadethis #itme #ttc #toronto #6walks #transitnerd #transit #subway #streetcar #sparkar #instafilter #nofilter A post shared by Rob Shostak (@robonto) on Jan 8, 2020 at 1:33pm PST\n@TTCStuart, the "media relations/spokesguy" for the TTC, posted his results on Twitter, proudly grinning after being designated the big yellow "1" for the Yonge-University-Spadina line.\nNice job, @Robonto !! Available on Instagram... pic.twitter.com/oNrZIPsCtU— TTCStuart (@TTCStuart) January 10, 2020\nMeanwhile, Sue Motahedin, the head of TTC's customer service got stuck with "short turn," writing on Twitter, "I should really be Line 2 but this one is fun. BTW we have short turns down to less than 5% on all streetcar routes. Insta filter by @Robonto- try it out!"\nI should really be Line 2 but this one is fun. BTW we have short turns down to less than 5% on all streetcar routes. Insta filter by @Robonto - try it out! pic.twitter.com/PslXTbLaU2— Sue Motahedin (@TTCsue) January 10, 2020\nThe filter was less kind to Toronto journalist Lauren O'Neil, who ended up getting "sorry... not in service" not once, but twice.\nI'm broken. #TTCfilter pic.twitter.com/5hCrdCD5vu— Lauren O'Neil (@laurenonizzle) January 9, 2020\nIf you're interested in seeing which TTC line you are, you can get the filter by visiting Rob Shostak's Instagram page on your phone.