Then laughing hysterically as New Yorkers in heels are forced to navigate those grates in heels. Like this thoughtful young man below: New Yorkers are multitalented but not psychic (well, not all of us, anyway), so as one New Yorker, “Mel,” puts it, “I need to know where you tourists would like to end up before I tell you which train to take and what stop to get off at.” Know the name of the site — or at least whether it’s on the east or west side of Manhattan. Stand too close and you will most likely get an elbow in the side.
It gets really bad when the heels get stuck in the grates and the shoes come off — or break. He’s not homeless, he’s a hipster — don’t worry, it’s a common confusion.) (Yeah, I’m looking at you, Long Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut! Surprisingly, 45th Street and Fifth Avenue are quite long.
We, the citizens of New York, love tourists (no, really, we do!
) — you bring economic stimulus into our city and give us oodles of giggles. We know you don’t want to annoy the heck out of us unintentionally or make our eyes roll back in rage … Sometimes I think people come to visit our fine city just to freak us out, and why not? I started this list earlier this year (with the nose picking video! Here are the top 12 ways to really rub a New Yorker the wrong way: I get it, you love each other and/or are afraid of someone going astray (traveling with my dad and Aunt Dee and Uncle Jim is like herding cats, trust me, I get it), but on the busy sidewalks of New York you are just as likely to clothesline someone as you are in a WWE ring.
That’s like braking in the fast line on the freeway. Sometimes it gets crushed, but when there’s room, best to spread out.
I am considering surgical options but now is just not a good time for surgery.
I have decided to try to see if I can improve my quality of life using adult diapers, when I void the amount of liquid is not too much, but the urge comes on suddenly and it is very uncomfortable.
It's not all fun and games back there with the bottles.
Bartending can be a difficult task, particularly when you're dealing with inebriated customers with no sense of etiquette or common decency.