London commuters have taken today's #TubeStrike in their stride...

 
Rebecca Smith
Waiting for a bus? Get in line...
Waiting for a bus? Get in line... (Source: Getty)

In case you hadn't heard, a Tube strike is causing problems on the Central Line (no service east of Leytonstone) and the Waterloo & City Line (good service until around 10am).

Of course, Londoners have taken to such disruption with the usual approaches, spanning grumpiness to sarcasm...

Read more: How to get from Waterloo to Bank when the Waterloo & City Line is down: All the routes, ranked

Some tried to get an early start, but found so had everyone else...

Some took it in their stride:

https://twitter.com/nat400/status/824530958292492289

No, really...

And others actually found they rather liked the Central Line not having any service east of Leytonstone:

Others are actively backing the rise of the robots:

But, as always, some kept their sense of humour:

Oh, and there's always time for an awkward company plug too...

https://twitter.com/perfectfunerals/status/824536189076209664

Read more: A Tube strike's on today: Here's everything you need to know

Now if you're really struggling to make it to a certain spot, workspace group WeWork is donning a cape and tights in an effort to save stranded Londoners.

It's offering free workspace, internet and promises to have "premium coffee and beer on tap" across some of its locations. Tempting?

So all of its 11 London locations will be opened to the capital's commuters, you can explore the options here.

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