19 Things Only New Yorkers Are Weird Enough To Do
Ninety percent involves expert multitasking.
Strategically jaywalk in zigzags so that not a second is wasted.
Tune out literally anything on the subway.
Pay $700 a month to share a room via curtain partition, live in a closet, or sleep on the floor.
Camp out overnight for SNL tickets.
Or wait in two-hour lines for brunch/Trader Joe's/Shake Shack.
Craftily weave through the crowds to get on that fully packed 6 train.
Lean over the yellow subway line to see if a train’s coming (as if it'll make it come any faster.)
Scarf down 2 Bros Pizza and then run to a party.
And then go through a million trains just to get to said party in Brooklyn.
Squeeze into super-crowded (but free!) yoga classes, which sort of defeats the purpose.
Watch TV shows in bars because Time Warner is too expensive/annoying.
Pile trash on top of already overflowing trash.
Ride bikes in traffic, during blizzards, with no helmet on.
Walk at super speeds to avoid anyone with a clipboard.
Or just walk really fast even though the people in front of you are taking their time.
Commit to costumes on every occasion, and then wear them on the subway.
Wait for hours to watch the ball drop on New Year's.
NOT wait for hours to watch the ball drop on New Year's.
Listen to music while reading a book and standing up on the subway.
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