10 Terrible Things Nobody Told You About New York City
New York is always looked at through pink-tinted glasses. The city that never sleeps. The cocktails and the salads, the glamour, the never-ending stream of people. New York’s also expensive, smells a lot like pee, and have we mentioned just how expensive it is? It literally makes you angry. There’s some things nobody talks about which are typical for New York and will only be obvious to you after having lived in the city for a while. So why not gather some insider knowledge and check out our ten terrible things about the city of cities.
Sold Out Events
The thing about New York is… even though you are in the center of the music, film and any other industry, so are the other eight million people. New Yorkers don’t get to see Broadway or go to concerts unless they’ve got around $1000 to spare for tickets on Stubhub. Because everything’s sold out. All the time.
When you live in such a crowded place where the walls are too thin and there’s no chance of you ever driving a car, you cannot sing. Sing above the normal talking volume and your next-door neighbors will hear you, and most probably also want to murder you. Sing in the shower, you’ll get thrown out from the building. Sing outside, and you’re declared crazy.