Using reverse psychology to inspire friendliness on the subway

Using Reverse Psychology To Inspire Friendliness On The Subway

Using Reverse Psychology To Inspire Friendliness On The Subway

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The original photographer’s post is accompanied by the caption:

A sign posted by artists in the same style as the standard MTA instructional signage.

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Using Reverse Psychology To Inspire Friendliness On The Subway
Using Reverse Psychology To Inspire Friendliness On The Subway
Using Reverse Psychology To Inspire Friendliness On The Subway
Using Reverse Psychology To Inspire Friendliness On The Subway

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3 Responses to “Using reverse psychology to inspire friendliness on the subway”

  1. Brent Hobbs Says:

    Helvetica is everywhere. Rightly so, IMO.

  2. zach Says:

    does reverse psychology work on multiple levels? (i.e. the church). i read an article of a church using a similar approach to promote attendance i would assume…what are your thoughts?

  3. JL! Says:

    I am absolutely in favor of this approach. In an age of a deeply jaded public, this kind of irony is one of the only things left that works.

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