They say New Yorkers are rude. New Yorkers call it “honesty”. To be honest, New Yorkers, as any other people, are different. Yet, we must admit, experiencing “kindness” in this City may feel delightful.
A grocery store sales person willing to make the run for you to bring you the better bag of apples? Pleasurable.
A guy on a street offering you to carry your bags home? Nice. Although it’d be better to check first whose home – his or yours, he means..
People willing to swipe their unlimited Metrocard for you seeing you trying to find your valet in your huge purse during the rush hour? Kind gesture.
Someone offering a girl a seat in the train stating, “His momma taught him to appreciate pregnant women”? Wonderful. Less wonderful was the fact that the girl was not really pregnant. Perhaps a little bit.
A guy willing to believe one she is over 16 as required for a purchase of Red Bullat a deli store? What a relief. Still, we might question the sense of that regulation…
Minnie Mouse making a picture of a dude posing next to Hello Kitty on Times Square. NYPD guys willing to give your kids a horseback ride. Well, this is New York in its best times.
Taxi cabs stopping at a red light? Lifesavers.
Free exhibitions. Happy Target Fridays at most famous museums. Sweepstakes. Free concerts. Lectures. Amazing parks. Helping people…
You can see it all only if you are willing to see it. So come in and find out.
Live 2 Love NY, kids. Live to love it.
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