Map of the United States According to A New Yorker

Dan Abramson drew a map of the United States of America as seen by New Yorker over at Funny or Die. As far as I can tell based on my interactions with New Yorkers, it's entirely accurate.

I love New York and New Yorkers. I found them to be amongst the nicest and most helpful people in the country. Their reputation of being rude and brusque is wholly undeserved (they are, however, direct).

But there's one thing that I find very funny about New Yorkers (or those that blog anyhow): they think that everyone they like must live in New York because it's inconceivable to live anywhere else.


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I've never been to New York City, although there are parts of it I'd very much like to see someday. But I can't understand why people would want to live jammed together so tightly.

(Disclaimer: I was born and raised in a small town in Texas, so any big city feels "crowded" to me.)
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Miss Cellania: Thanks! I haven't seen/heard Pennsyltucky in years! I vaguely remember my parents using it on occasion. Don't think I've ever heard a
non native ever use it. Maybe it's a law of some kind? GGG

(where in Pennsyltucky?)
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