First, last Thursday's journey home: five-minute delay on the tube, but doesn't count as I didn't miss my connecting train to Hersham. That train arrived a minute early, so £2.50 credit to TfL.
This morning's journey in was similarly mind-boggling: the train from Hersham to Waterloo arrived five minutes early. This meant I got an earlier connecting tube than would otherwise have been possible. Even though that tube departed a minute late, it arrived on time, making me overall six minutes earlier to work than I would otherwise have been.
Altogether, I find myself wondering if I'm still sick (or sick for an entirely different reason) as I pay TfL back £17.50.
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