Let’s be honest, sometimes taking the subway can be pretty annoying because of the type of riders on it. Your morning commute can go from bad to worse because of disruptive people who don’t have a care in the world. 

Whether it's people taking up too much room or being loud and obnoxious, there's always one person out there who's going to ruin it for everyone.

We’ve all experienced it at least once. These riders don't make the trip fun at all. Here are the five most annoying types of subway riders to look out for.

Subways can be a convenient way to get around a crowded city, but don't be fooled, every now and then an annoying rider comes along.

The Squeezers

The Squeezers We all want to get to our final destination, but sometimes there’s just not enough room. It's unfortunate, but it is what it is. Stop trying to squeeze in, thus delaying the ride for everyone. It stinks, but you’re just going to have to catch the next train. DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images

We all want to get to our final destination, but sometimes there’s just not enough room. It's unfortunate, but it is what it is. Stop trying to squeeze in, thus delaying the ride for everyone. It stinks, but you’re just going to have to catch the next train.

The Sprawled Out Sleepers

The Sprawled Out Sleepers A lot of people sleep on the subway, and that’s ok. Sleeping on the train becomes an issue when you start to take up too much room. Sometimes a rider will sleep on the floor, other times they’ll lay out on the chairs. Regardless, stick to one seat. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images

A lot of people sleep on the subway, and that’s all right. Sleeping on the train becomes an issue when you start to take up room. Sometimes a rider will sleep on the floor, other times they’ll lay out on the chairs. Regardless, stick to one seat.

The Pole Huggers

The Pole Huggers Share the pole, people. The last thing we need is passengers falling down because they lose their balance. Photo by Kena Betancur/Getty Images

Share the pole, people. The last thing we need is passengers falling down because they lose their balance.

Most subways these days are crowded enough. There’s simply not enough room for over sized bicycles, drum sets and keyboards. If you want to play your music, keep it outside or in the station, not on the train.

The Got to Bring it People

The Got to Bring it People Most subways these days are crowded enough as is. There’s simply not enough room for over-sized bicycles, drum sets, keyboards and other luxuries. If you want to play your music, keep it outside or in the station, not on the train. As far as bikes are concerned, please not during rush hour. Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images

Most subways these days are crowded enough. There’s simply not enough room for over sized bicycles, drum sets and keyboards. If you want to play your music, keep it outside or in the station, not on the train.

The Won’t Get Out of the Way-ers

The Door Blockers These people are by far the most annoying. Entering and exiting a train is no different than an elevator. You have to let the people off first. Got it? Get out of the way and let people exit the train or you’re going to get run over. PATRICK KOVARIK/AFP/Getty Images

These people are by far the most annoying. Entering and exiting a train is no different than an elevator. You have to let the people off first. Got it? Get out of the way and let exit the train or you’re going to get run over.

Who do you find annoying on the subway? leave your comments below.