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  • 101 Reasons to Leave New York
  • 點閱:324
  • 作者: Howard Jordan, Jr.[作]
  • 出版社:Strategic Book Group
  • 出版年:2011[民100]
  • ISBN:9781612045870; 9781609767334
  • 格式:EPUB 流式,PDF

101 Reasons to Leave New York is a quirky pop culture book that recognizes and articulates the unthinkable notion of willingly leaving the greatest city on the face of the planet. Then, provides all the funny, insightful, sad and silly reasons you’ll ever

  • Dedication(第iv頁)
  • 1. The best part about living here is telling people who don’t that you do.(第5頁)
  • 2. You can’t enjoy movies set in New York.(第5頁)
  • 3. Someone else does your laundry and you’re not rich.(第6頁)
  • 4. You’ve kind of forgotten how to drive.(第6頁)
  • 5. You’re afraid of the J and Z trains.(第7頁)
  • 6. People don’t cover their mouths when they sneeze.(第7頁)
  • 7. Subway breezes.(第8頁)
  • 8. You need more space, mental or otherwise.(第8頁)
  • 9. You can’t live in Central Park.(第9頁)
  • 10. HGTV.(第9頁)
  • 11. It feels as if the buildings are leaning in on you.(第10頁)
  • 12. You want to test the “You can make it anywhere “part of the song.(第10頁)
  • 13.The crappy little parks have actually begun to feel like nice little parks.(第11頁)
  • 14. You’d like to stand still without feeling as though you’re being passed by.(第11頁)
  • 15. Tomorrow ain’t looking any better.(第12頁)
  • 16. You’re no longer satisfied with never being satisfied.(第12頁)
  • 17. You’ve had all you can stand and you can’t stand no more.(第13頁)
  • 18. The cost of doing business.(第13頁)
  • 19. You wake up sad.(第14頁)
  • 20. Your area of expertise hasn’t made you rich.(第14頁)
  • 21. Just making it isn’t good enough, anymore.(第15頁)
  • 22. You can’t find your scene.(第15頁)
  • 23. You just can’t catch a break.(第16頁)
  • 24. Goldilocks thinks you’re hard to please.(第16頁)
  • 25. Your MP3 player is too bulky.(第17頁)
  • 26. You’re easily upset by subpar crème brûlée or French onion soup.(第17頁)
  • 27. Everything takes too long.(第18頁)
  • 28. You promised yourself you’d never stay in an abusive relationship.(第18頁)
  • 29. Freelancing is overrated.(第19頁)
  • 30. Dating is such a chore.(第19頁)
  • 31. Sincerity has become an afterthought at best.(第20頁)
  • 32. You’d like your significant other to remain significant.(第20頁)
  • 33. You support everyone else’s decision to leave.(第21頁)
  • 34. Insurance doesn’t cover therapy.(第21頁)
  • 35. Some of the insanity is just insane.(第22頁)
  • 36. The subway stops because of rain.(第22頁)
  • 37. You’re thinking about going back to a job you quit.(第23頁)
  • 38. Other people’s conversations.(第23頁)
  • 39. Play is work.(第24頁)
  • 40. Gentrification seems natural.(第24頁)
  • 41. Panhandlers have to earn it.(第25頁)
  • 42. Ambivalence, apathy, or whatever.(第25頁)
  • 43. Encores.(第26頁)
  • 44. You’ve been spending far too much time in your apartment.(第26頁)
  • 45. You’re moderate.(第27頁)
  • 46. The mind is willing, but the body isn’t able.(第27頁)
  • 47. You’re a good person, but you’d like to be better.(第28頁)
  • 48. You can’t stop cursing.(第28頁)
  • 49. You have no desire to “Save the Children” and you want to fight “Greenpeace”.(第29頁)
  • 50. You and your god don’t speak often enough.(第29頁)
  • 51. You’ve become a little more racist.(第30頁)
  • 52. Tick-tock. Tick-tock.(第30頁)
  • 53. Everything used to be something else.(第31頁)
  • 54. Your trainer, your favorite DJ, and your therapist have all abandoned you.(第32頁)
  • 55. You’ve lost your hookup.(第32頁)
  • 56. You get waaay too excited by trips to Fairway.(第32頁)
  • 57. Sometimes you feel as though you’re living on an island.(第33頁)
  • 58. You never see your friends anyway.(第34頁)
  • 59. You’d like to see your family more.(第34頁)
  • 60. Eye contact.(第35頁)
  • 61. Re-introductions are so awkward.(第35頁)
  • 62. Nothing surprises you, good or bad—and that’s bad.(第36頁)
  • 63. Naked homeless people no longer scare you.(第36頁)
  • 64. Seriously, though, nothing surprises you.(第37頁)
  • 65. You continuously say how much you hate people and you’re not kidding.(第37頁)
  • 66 . You despise tourists.(第38頁)
  • 67. Everyone has started to look a little odd.(第38頁)
  • 68. You’re so judgmental you’ve begun to look down on yourself.(第39頁)
  • 69. The smart people aren’t really people-people.(第40頁)
  • 70. That person over there won’t stop staring at you.(第40頁)
  • 71. You honk the moment before the light turns green.(第41頁)
  • 72. If you wanted to be phony, you’d live in L.A.(第41頁)
  • 73. You’ve realized Brooklyn is just as pretentious as Manhattan.(第42頁)
  • 74. Trying to look busy is exhausting work.(第42頁)
  • 75. (Unwritten) Rules, (Unwritten) Rules, (Unwritten) Rules.(第43頁)
  • 76. People don’t dance; at least, not like they used to.(第43頁)
  • 77. You’re thinking about the future. Not just your future, but “the” future.(第44頁)
  • 78. Your worth means more than your wealth.(第44頁)
  • 79. You have kids now.(第45頁)
  • 80. You’re not screwed up enough to be here anymore.(第45頁)
  • 81. Less has become more.(第46頁)
  • 82. Homesickness.(第47頁)
  • 83. “The Secret”, “The Dream Giver”, and “A New Earth” have done nothing for you.(第47頁)
  • 84. You’re all grown up.(第48頁)
  • 85. You have an exit strategy.(第48頁)
  • 86. A complete lack of inspiration.(第49頁)
  • 87. You’re plain and you’re fine with it.(第49頁)
  • 88. No love.(第50頁)
  • 89. You watch reruns(第50頁)
  • 90. It’s about damn time.(第51頁)
  • 91. You pass time by counting pay periods.(第51頁)
  • 92. New York has become too New York, even for New York.(第52頁)
  • 93. Outside dining.(第53頁)
  • 94. Re-entry.(第53頁)
  • 95. You’re making more money than you ever thought you would and it’s still not enough.(第54頁)
  • 96. Smoking is making a comeback.(第54頁)
  • 97. You’ve gone from fringe to mainstream.(第55頁)
  • 98. You have something solid elsewhere.(第55頁)
  • 99. You’re just not loud enough.(第56頁)
  • 100. There’s no one to blame.(第56頁)
  • 101. You bought this book.(第57頁)
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