We asked, and you answered.

We gave you 7 completely unrealistic but utterly brilliant ideas for making the London Underground even better.

And now we bring you 9 more unlikely but admittedly amazing suggestions to improve the Tube...created entirely by MyLondon readers!

All of these ideas are brilliantly bonkers, and we couldn't wait to share them to the world.

Feel free to use our comment section with any weird and wonderful ideas or stories you have about London.

Other than that, enjoy!

1. 'A darkened carriage for people who are feeling ugly'


"Let's face it, staring at your own eye bags reflected both upright AND upside down in the window opposite is like watching a horror movie.

"There is no escaping a lack of sleep, or unfortunate genetics.

"Please someone, just dim the lights so we can all relax."

2. The seat-stealer-zapper


"We all know some people who aren't old, pregnant or disabled that sit in seats which are, believe it or not, for people who are old, pregnant or disabled.

"Luckily, I have imagined up a sneaky way to stop this.

"While I know this is completely scientifically impossible, it would be great if we could create some sort of detector that knows when someone is stealing one of these seats who may not actually need it.

"Nothing painful...just a little zap to the bottom, enough to make them jump out of their seat anyway!"

3. Elbow your way through


"Not the Tube as the doors open automatically, but for the London Overground where they don't, it would be good to have 'door open and shut' buttons that are large and at elbow height, so people can open the doors with their elbows and avoid transmitting viruses."

4. People pushers


"You know the coin arcade game? Where the pusher thing sweeps all the coins forwards and hopefully out of the machine? We need one of those for people, to push them down inside the carriage.

"It is genuinely upsetting to see the uneven distribution of people inside the carriage."

5. Air conditioning...but not in the carriages


"I understand all the reasons we've been given for not being able to install air conditioning on the small deep level Tube trains, we all get it, but I've never understood why we can't air condition the STATIONS at platform level where the trains would surely push the cool air around the entire system?

"Personally, I'd rather the billions they want to spend bringing 4G connectivity in the tunnels was spent on platform level air conditioning instead.

"And I'm certain most Londoners, given the choice, would want a more bearable commute over the ability to update their Facebook status!"

6. Rollercoaster ride


"Imagine being on the Tube, when all of a sudden, you're going at crazy speeds - diving up and down, and even going upside down.

"Now that would make a crazy commute."

7. Less PETrifying journeys


"I hate seeing dogs and other animals looking scared on the Tube.

"So as much as I know it won't happen, I'd love to see a pet-friendly carriage - made up of comfy beds, sound-proof walls and loads of space to play.

"Actually, thinking about it...can human carriages be like this too?"

8. An aggressive 'move up' button


"A button that people can press saying, 'A passenger has noticed there is more spare room inside this carriage, please move up'.

"OR it could say, 'For **** sake, there is loads more room up here'."

9. The chatty carriage


"Now as a native Londoner, I shudder at the thought. But I am not selfish and think my ideas should benefit others, and by others I mean Northerners.

"Because its always them isn't it, being friendly?

"I am sure drunk Londoners might also join in."