Many people see their subway ride to school as an extension of sleep time. A few extra minutes to just close your eyes and fantasize that you never left your bed. The only problem with doing this is that you can easily miss your stop, and then there wasn't any point in waking up so damn early in the first place!
One former University of Toronto student has come up with a solution. It's a shirt that lets your fellow subway passengers know to wake you up at St. George Station! While the image below is on the back of the shirt, you can easily put it on backwards if you sleep sitting up straight. The picture of the shirt's inventor sleeping slumped down to the ground may look strange, but he explains, "Normally I slept slumped over on my backpack."
Well, there you go.
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