As New York welcomes a new mayor, and we reflect on our incumbent's tenure, we are reminded of another bygone New York era: "Seinfeld."
While many sitcoms are set in the Big Apple, the Show About Nothing speaks to the soul of a city dweller. So, before we usher in a new time in New York, let's look back to all the lessons "Seinfeld" taught us about living in the city. Here's to feeling good all the time ...
Always follow subway etiquette.
But, don't expect to get a seat.
Socializing ... is like, the worst.
So is waiting in a line.
Only weirdos like the parades.
Never get on a tour bus.
The puffy coat is a necessary evil.
No one is shy about economics.
Someone always knows a guy ...
Stop-and-chats are inevitable.
Food is taken very seriously.
Being outside of your neighborhood can be frightening.
Your name will be mispronounced.
Hosting guests can be challenging.
Sometimes your job will be beneath you.
Sometimes your life won't sound great.
People who live other places just don't understand.
But one man's trash ...