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Commuter frustration comic fodder in Brampton Transit 'Mean Tweets'

Last Updated Mar 1, 2017 at 11:16 am EDT

A Brampton Transit employee is seen reading a "mean tweet" in a video. FACEBOOK/Brampton Transit

Let’s face it, taking transit doesn’t always bring out the best in people.

And thanks to the Internet, commuters can directly vent their frustrations to their friendly neighbourhood transit provider.

Sometimes their words are harsh and profanity-laced but – as is often the case with comedy – the truth can be hilariously relatable.

Following in the footsteps of Jimmy Kimmel’s highly successful “Mean Tweets” segment, and shouting out to York Regional Police’s ‘Cops Read Mean Tweets‘ video, Brampton Transit put together their own version.

“As an ode to World Compliment Day today, we want to share with you some of our favourite ‘mean tweets’. Thank you for all the love. Enjoy!”

We’re sure commuters across the city can relate to at least a few of these.