"I think everyone has their own little philosophies on their journeys and if we can get more of that out in the air, that would be great," she said.
Susy Wells, one of the drivers to test the idea out on the Piccadilly Line, is also an enthusiast.
She said: "I like to make my own announcements and it's nice to get them [passengers] thinking as well."
However, while some lines such as Thomas Fuller's "a stumble may prevent a fall" were popular for helping to explain why a little inconvenience was sometimes necessary to keep the system safe, others were more problematic.
Deller admits "hell is other people" may not be useful when a train is stuck in a tunnel but feels "there is more to life than increasing at speed" could be helpful.
He hopes the "little interventions to everyday life" can help to introduce some humour to the ups and downs of travelling on the Tube.
Shaw said: "It's ironic and a slightly risky thing for the Underground to say, but if you think about it, part of the problem that a lot of us face when we are trying to get from one place to another is the sense that we can't get there fast enough.
"But actually how fast can the human body travel? We're not time machines, so maybe we should think about that a little bit more."
Drivers will begin making their new announcements from Thursday 25 June.
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