Comedian leaves viewers in stitches with a TikTok video about how stations on the London Underground were named

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George Olney from London has come up with the funniest ways London tube stations were named.

The comedian leaves viewers in stitches with a TikTok video about how stations on the London Underground were named

A comedian has left viewers hysterical with a TikTok video suggesting how stations on the London Underground are named.

George Olney, from London, posted the hilarious video on TikTok that had his 136,000 followers going wild.

The content creator is known for putting a comedic spin on everyday situations, with his videos reaching a total of 5 million likes on the video platform.

The comedian suggested that some London Underground stations were named on the spur of the moment, with Waterloo station named after the legendary hit by pop group Abba.

Commenting on the video, fans said they had been “lost” with his hilarious name suggestions for the stations.

George Olney from London has come up with the funniest ways London tube stations were named.

The content creator says Abba's hit 'Waterloo' inspired the station's name, among many other comedic suggestions.

The content creator says Abba’s hit ‘Waterloo’ inspired the station’s name, among many other comedic suggestions.

He opens the video: “Oh baby, the subway map deadline is tomorrow guys, and we still have a bunch of stations that need names.”

The hilarious role-playing game sees various versions of himself come and go as each conceptualizes the inspiration behind London’s busiest stations.

George, taking the lead from the gang continues: ‘What is your favorite Abba song?’

‘Waterloo’, he answers himself. ‘Strong start,’ he replies again.

He asks his fictional colleague ‘Earl’ for his mother’s given name, to which Earl replies ‘Victoria’. And unfortunately, George hints that this is the hysterical way London Central Station was named.

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Moving to an outdoor area with a gate, another member of his team comments on how ‘high’ the gate is, resulting in the name ‘Highgate’.

The influencer then transfers to King’s Cross station, which he humorously says came about after spending time with ‘the King’, who is currently ‘upset’.

Next up is Barbican, which he says the fictional bosses were inspired to create after hearing the character ‘Earl’ say his favorite toy is a ‘Barbie’.

The decadent nature of the outer gate results in ‘old gate’ and eventually ‘Aldgate’, while Earl’s seven sisters give the name to the North London tube station.

The video garnered a whopping 4.5 million views and has proven so popular that George turned it into a three-part series.

“I need a second part” demanded a follower in response to the video.

George's fans say the video was so funny they 'lost their minds', while some even submitted the names of their local stations for review.

George’s fans say the video was so funny they ‘lost their minds’, while some even submitted the names of their local stations for review.

Another said, “Oh my gosh this made me laugh so hard.”

A third said, “Earl’s trapped, I lost him,” after “Earl” catches his pants on the edge of a table and yells “Wait, I’m trapped.”

And wanting more, one person said, ‘West Ham, please.’

‘Water from Canada! Please!!!’ asked for another.

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