New York I Love You

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Going home to the UK tomorrow but I'm going to miss this awe inspiring city so much. The diversity, the energy and the people are like nothing and noone I've ever experienced. Here's to you guys and your incredible city, you're truly inspirational X
 
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Is that a fuckin' serious question, Pete, or are you trying to troll ?
Serious. I am not questioning that diversity is beyond great. If it was not I would not have heard many, many, many times that diversity is our strength. Just curious here.
 
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NYC is an amazing city, fuckin love it there... just unending amount of shit to do, you go in regular bars and there will be live music in the corner with someone that should be on stage.

Some of the best nights out I've ever had were in that place.
 

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Very serious question. The more diverse an area the worse it is

Bet the op wasn’t in the bronx that often
Birds of a feather there, lads.

(The opposite of diversity).


Hardly surprising.


The OP didn't even mention people or ethnicities, just diversity.
He might have been talking about food, experiences or anything really.

But some of you snowflakes are easily triggered.

You sound like the sort who would whinge about the lack of ' English ' fare on a holiday in Spain.
 
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Birds of a feather there, lads.

(The opposite of diversity).


Hardly surprising.


The OP didn't even mention people or ethnicities, just diversity.
He might have been talking about food, experiences or anything really.

But some of you snowflakes are easily triggered.

You sound like the sort who would whinge about the lack of ' English ' fare on a holiday in Spain.
Which is why i asked how diversity helped his experience.

I would would think if it was about food he would have said food.

If he was talking about just food than he should be laughed at anyway.