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In the nice weather, I’m in the habit of hoofing it down the hill into Sheffield to catch a train home. Whilst doing so I can smoke a pipe between the top of Hyde Park and keep it in until I get almost to the railway station, which is very nice if I’ve got some American Sweet Peach or Kendal Black Cherry to stuff in it. On Thursday I was lighting my pipe at the bit where the tramlines cross the road and there’s a four-way junction. My eye alighted on a red Ferrari waiting at the traffic lights. If I look at the driver of this” thought I, “I’m either going to see a middle-aged bloke wearing a Dunhill shirt with the collar open and cuffs rolled back to reveal an expensive watch with a chunky metal strap, or a bottle-blonde woman wearing Chanel and some very expensive sunglasses. Ferrari began really not caring about road cars, Enzo Ferrari really just wanted a way to subsidise his racing habit motor racing is not a sport pursued cheaply. Consequently they made good quality cars that they could sell for a lot of money, and they became symbols of the nouveau riche.
If you think Americans’ being loud, fat, monolingual, and ignorant in your beloved cities is obnoxious, your failure to pay for service rendered is downright criminal. It’s an expensive city; pull the Gauloise from your lips, reach into the pocket of your lederhosen, pull out an extra quid or two and pony up! This is a sad rule, because nearly all the people who break it are extraordinarily warm and sweet and have nothing but the best intentions. In a lot of places, children are raised communally; it may be normal to high five or pick up a stranger’s kid who walks up, to lift her onto an empty seat on the subway, to play patty-cakes with her, or to chastise her if she misbehaves. But do NOT try this in New York. While New York is one of the safest cities in America, parents of city kids are protective and will not be happy. You’ll sound like an idiot, and most people here speak either with a foreign accent if they speak English, or with a nondescript accent anyway. One of my college roommates was from Maine. He used to scoff at 2nd generation Mainers – people who had been born in Maine and who described themselves as being from Maine, yet whose parents had moved there from elsewhere. The exact phrase he used was, “if the cat has kittens in the oven, they’re not muffins!” So expressive, the Mainers. Anyway, that expression does not apply at all to New York. Sometimes it seems like everyone here is from somewhere else. But the only thing you need to become as true a New Yorker as someone whose family has been here for centuries is a few years residence and a genuine love for the city. It’s a fiercely exclusive club that’s open to all. After a few years, everyone figures out their own tricks for getting around and gets to know certain areas and traffic patterns very well. While most taxi drivers are very good at their jobs, they have a huge area to cover and may not know all the subtleties for your particular spot. Don’t be rude; don’t be pushy, but do feel free to ask for a specific route.
If you say this, you are a tourist, and a clueless one at that. Using the phrases only in New York! and a New York minute falls in the same category, but they may be used, sparingly, by long-time residents, with a heavy dose of irony. Out-of-towners are frequently more open and talkier than New Yorkers, and we appreciate that the rest of the country felt a kinship with us. Admittedly, sometimes, we do feel like talking about it. But bringing it up first, or in casual conversation, is just poor taste. There are literally thousands of restaurants and hotels in New York, many of them good. Specify what you’re looking for price point, atmosphere, neighborhood or access to neighborhoods, type of cuisine, etc. and you’ll get a much more positive response. New York is a very crowded place. The way people deal with it is to create their own space. Thus, what outsiders often see as aloofness and isolation is, in fact, a sign of community; there is a shared ethos that everyone respects others’ privacy and expects others to respect his own. This is chiefly communicated through eye contact. If you stare at someone on the subway if you linger in looking out your window into someone else’s bedroom; if you react to or interrupt a celebrity; or if you seem to be intentionally listening in to another’s conversation, you are violating one of New York’s most sacred unwritten rules. Keep yourself to yourself, buddy, and let others do the same. This has already been touched on by a few other answers, but it needs some explanation. The people who make life easier for you in New York taxi drivers, servers, etc.– are paid scant wages and depend on tips for a large part of their income. Yet they still have to survive in one of the most expensive cities in the world. If you fail to tip at New York rates for decent service, you are not paying for that service. Tipping 15% is an insult and 16-18% is parsimonious. While I hate to point fingers, I’m looking particularly at our friends from Europe here.
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