This week, we compiled a list of our top ten favorite subway viral videos of 2011, which included people licking their shoes, senseless beatdowns on the L train, spaghetti scuffles, and rats climbing all over unsuspecting targets. But there were a lot of videos to choose from—so per your suggestions, we've compiled a list of ten honorable mentions, including at least one which rightly deserved to be among the top ten: "Bloody Loco." Check them all out below.

Blood Loco: In March, a man calling himself "Bloody Loco" did his very best to intimidate another passenger on the subway, to no avail. The fearless victim eventually spoke about the confrontation; we also played a drinking game based on of the incident.

Armed Man Hijacks: In a very scary incident, an emotionally disturbed person wielding a screwdriver climbed through the window of a 5 train motorman's cab in the Bronx, in an apparent attempted to hijack it. Thankfully, no one was hurt, and the man was captured.

U.S.A. Chant Fail: For a few days, most of America was united in nationalistic bloodlust at news of the death of Osama bin Laden. But that still doesn't mean New Yorkers are going to join in on your dumb chant.

Subway Grooming Is Gross: While we may all be locked into a never-ending argument about whether eating on the subway is acceptable or not, one thing is for certain: nail clipping on the subway is not cool, dude.

Candy Peddling Makes For Good Business: Bronx resident Alex "Tracks" McFarland has been selling candy in NYC's subway system since he was 11 years old...and he claims he makes $150 a day doing it.

Sugar rush hour from Bianca Consunji on Vimeo.

Beating The Heat...Pantsless: Yes, it was hot last summer. No, it's still not socially acceptable to just take off all your clothes and rollick around the subway naked.

Guerilla Lunch On The L: You probably weren't there when culinary collective A Razor, A Shiny Knife staged a guerrilla six course lunch on the L train. But that doesn't mean you couldn't enjoy watching other people enjoying it!

The Five Second Rule Applies For Hot Dogs On The Subway: Nuff said.

Keanu Reeves Is A Gentleman: Would Jake Gyllenhaal do this?

Adorably Focused Subway Dancing: Our new year's wish: more unselfconscious subway dancing, less violent drunken fights.