I hate everyone in this video.
I've witnessed some awkward things transpire at stand-up shows in New York: Lame attempts to heckle comedians, drunks who spill the drinks over audience members in the middle of a set, old people who get extremely offended, thinking a comedian shouldn't talk about subjects most adults over the age of 18 should be able to handle.
NYC Bros have very passionate opinions about weekender bags.
I get some odd boners from time to time, but none of those times were more confusing than this one.
I admire the bike messengers of New York City, mostly because I think you have to have balls of steel to ride a bike around Manhattan, even with the abundance of bike lanes from the Bloomberg era.
"Since there's 8 million people in this city, if you're not getting laid, you're an asshole.
The cold brew-sipping, yoga pants-wearing, avocado-toast eating basic girls of Manhattan are in full freak-out mode after popular spinning studio/fitness cult SoulCycle announced it is closing its doors at its Tribeca location for three weeks for renovations.