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Old 07-02-2008, 01:45 PM
 
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meandthecity lives in a bubble, her own little 96th-76th UES, la la land, bubble

 
Old 07-02-2008, 01:50 PM
 
Location: Virginia
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i rarely see chicks in "jordans". Most of the chicks i see in the bronx are in heels. Most people in manhattan are too lame to know what jordans are anyway, to busy trying to be like sex in the city

lol...trying to be like sex in the city
 
Old 07-02-2008, 02:12 PM
 
Location: Virginia
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Ok this is what i dont understand about some of you native New Yorkers, it seems you hate out of towners or something but if it wasnt for immigrants and "some" U.S. out of towners i wonder where NYC would be today(it definately wouldnt be so diverse in culture)...Immigrants to me were and still are a big contribution to NYC(like stimulating our economy and opening up corner stores and laundromats..etc etc...how many native New yorkers do you know that own corner stores?I'll tell you one thing,I bet there is not more than immigrants...im talking about Brooklyn,Staten,Bronx,and Queens not counting manhatten) and other places aswell outside of NY.Now the yuppies and hipster out of towners moving to Nyc is a different story i think they should be thrown off the empire state building or something!
 
Old 07-02-2008, 02:14 PM
 
Location: Bronx, NY
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What part of the BX is that where most women are in heels?! Someone please point me in that direction. In Fordham all I see are tons of young girls pushing strollers, fat chicks in slippers or flats, or ghetto chicks with Jordans or Dunks on. I hardly ever see a young attractive woman in heels around Fordham.

BTW, the teen pregnancy rate in Fordham and much of the Bronx is alarming!!
 
Old 07-02-2008, 02:23 PM
 
Location: Bronx, NY
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I disagree about the NYC hip-hop scene sparking trends. The newer kids, I hate to talk about them but they don't have the same flavor or creativity. In the 80's, early 90's yeah, people were setting trends. But now no. The hip-hop fashion has gotten a lot better of late, I will say, but a lot of it is 80's retreads, and for much of this decade dudes were stuck on excessively baggy pants, doorags, and white tees.
 
Old 07-02-2008, 02:28 PM
 
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What part of the BX is that where most women are in heels?! Someone please point me in that direction. In Fordham all I see are tons of young girls pushing strollers, fat chicks in slippers or flats, or ghetto chicks with Jordans or Dunks on. I hardly ever see a young attractive woman in heels around Fordham
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Who the hell is going to walk around Fordham with fu**ing heels on? You must be crazy to think your going to see a whole bunch of females walking around in high heels on Fordham it is way too crowded and too much walking for that. Second not to many older females (25 and up) shop on Fordham its filled with young JHS and HS girls. There are other parts of the BX besides Fordham venture out you might find that female in heels that your seem to be looking for and what are Dunks?
 
Old 07-02-2008, 02:32 PM
 
Location: Bronx, NY
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Who the hell is going to walk around Fordham with fu**ing heels on? You must be crazy to think your going to see a whole bunch of females walking around in high heels on Fordham it is way too crowded and too much walking for that. Second not to many older females (25 and up) shop on Fordham its filled with young JHS and HS girls. There are other parts of the BX besides Fordham venture out you might find that female in heels that your seem to be looking for and what are Dunks?
Well your right, maybe I'm focusing too much on Fordham. But I've been around other parts of the Bronx and overall the chicks are nicer in Manhattan and Queens.

Dunks are those colorful Nike sneakers that are really in style right now.
 
Old 07-02-2008, 02:33 PM
 
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Manhattan (Not Uptown or the ghetto).. Well I am a lady and more than attractive as are my friends. We reside all over the main city. Meatpacking and Chelsea on a Sat night is quite the definition of fashion in the real city.
LOL! WTF do you know about Meatpacking and Chelsea? Meatpacking and Chelsea on Saturdays are the definition of bridge & tunnel and tourists.

You weren't even around when those areas were ACTUALLY cool, instead of a cheap knock off of some TV show about aging cougars, designed by real estate developers to make money from clueless folks with more money than brains.
 
Old 07-02-2008, 02:35 PM
 
Location: Bronx, NY
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LOL! WTF do you know about Meatpacking and Chelsea? Meatpacking and Chelsea on Saturdays are the definition of bridge & tunnel and tourists.

You weren't even around when those areas were ACTUALLY cool, instead of a cheap knock off of some TV show about aging cougars, designed by real estate developers to make money from clueless folks with more money than brains.

Yeah maybe not so much Chelsea, but the meatpacking district is known to draw a tacky bridge and tunnel crowd.
 
Old 07-02-2008, 02:36 PM
 
Location: Virginia
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I disagree about the NYC hip-hop scene sparking trends. The newer kids, I hate to talk about them but they don't have the same flavor or creativity. In the 80's, early 90's yeah, people were setting trends. But now no. The hip-hop fashion has gotten a lot better of late, I will say, but a lot of it is 80's retreads, and for much of this decade dudes were stuck on excessively baggy pants, doorags, and white tees.

Yo one thing i find interesting is some of these teens love to dress and look like they were from the 80-90's era i seen some kids with high top fades,tight jeans,big gold ropes around their necks,i seen some even sport british knights...how do yall feel about this?...your right though NooYowkur...."a lot of it is 80's retrends"
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