6 thoughts on “Guide to Being a New Yorker

  1. You must also know Uptown from Downtown in the Subway and be able to figure out which direction the train will travel. I was lost without a subway map for the first 2 years.

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  2. As a native of Bay Ridge, I will always identify myself as “New Yorker” first even though I;m 30 years removed, married to a Canadian, have lived in SF, San Diego and Calgary and are moving to Malaysia in two months. This video is perfect. I laughed, smiled and totally identified with everything you said. It’s funny how so many things change but being a New Yorker forever never really does. Normally I never share other peoples’ stuff on my blog because I have a hard enough time getting people to like mine but in your video’s case I will make an exception

    If you get a minute, I’d love it if you read about how my wife and I met on Widows 3.1 which tells a bit about my Brooklyn background. We are on http://www.experimentalexpats.com.

    Now send me some real bagels, dirty water dogs and Italian food without shitty west coast cream, will ya?

    Rob and Diane

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  3. Great entertainment to start the week, and quite true in many ways. And I agree with Frances D – seeing that skyline after an extended absence is always a great reminder of why I chose this place to call home 🙂

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