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Which TV Version Of New York City Should You Live In?
Your version of New York City may be filled with sickos and pervs, but the police are great and can solve any crime, no matter how grisly, in under an hour.
Your version of New York City is loud, gritty, and stressful, but also sort of weird and wonderful. You appreciate all the best little spots in the city that the tourists never hear about.
Your version of New York City is gross, awkward, and sometimes depressing, but you believe in the city's magic so much that you romanticize even the parts that bring you down. Nothing will stop you from living out your perfect bohemian fantasy.
Your version of New York City is like a small town that just happens to be in the middle of a sprawling metropolis. You appreciate the city's quirks, and believe it's the best possible setting for romance.
Your New York City is kinda shabby and gross, and just on the periphery of a nicer, richer, hipper version of the city. You know how to have fun on your own terms, and friendships matter to you more than fancy real estate.
Your version of New York City does not resemble the actual New York City even a little bit, but it's friendly and clean and charming, and you can get nice, huge apartments without spending a lot of money. So basically, it's unlike the real NYC is only the best ways.
Your version of New York City is glamorous and flashy, and full of couture, cocktails, and brunches. Dating might be difficult here and there, but if you're patient, you'll meet someone who is entirely perfect for you.
Your version of New York City is as diverse as it is strange, and utterly dominated by rich, arrogant weirdos. You sometimes feel frazzled and discouraged by the city, but how could you not love a place where you can Seamless pretty much anything you want to eat, 24/7?
Your version of New York City is both aggravating and whimsical. The city may be full of annoying weirdos and disappointing dates, but you love its odd conveniences and surreal charms.