J walking - enough said
You act surprised when midtown is crowded during the holidays even though you live in a city that already has 8 million people.
You have tried to find food at 11pm on a Tuesday only to get upset because places are closed.
On that matter you get personally angry whenever a place is closed.
You've demanded to see a supervisor.
You now calculate your paychecks by how many subway rides, orders of Chipotle or pairs of shoes it'll buy you.
Distance is now measured by subway stops.
You ask someone to clarify a location you didn't know about although you know you still won't understand where that damn coffee shop they are talking about is.
You act surprised at 3 am when subways only come once every 20 minutes although this has happened to you every saturday night for about the past five months now.
You can drink your weight in coffee.
The Starbucks Barista near your job says "the regular?" when you walk in.
Why is there snow? (You act amazed at snow although you live in a northern state)
You have argued with a cab driver.
Actually you have argued with just about anyone.
Really though, we love our city. All New Yorkers can't be pushed into a "box" and why would we want that. The best part of living here is the unique perspectives and backgrounds of everyone around us.