3. When bouncers got hip to chalking, you spent $40 on a fake ID from some sketchy tattoo or “tobacco” shop in the Village…and it never worked.
16. You were convinced you were going to die of asbestos poisoning every time you stepped foot into your decrepit school building.
17. You made a beeline to the giant bubbles as soon as you got to the Hall of Science before everyone else in your class got there first.
18. The kids in Brooklyn and Queens always felt like this on their day off on Brooklyn-Queens Day.
And with good reason.
31. You developed a unique sense of slang.
33. And you learned what true fear smelled like in 1999, when they sprayed because of West Nile and everyone was told to stay indoors.
And you were probably really annoyed you had to stay INDOORS all day with your FAMILY on a perfectly nice day.
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