Ten Things That Separate New Yorkers From Los Angelenos

Ten Things That Separate New Yorkers and Los Angelenos

“When its 100 degrees in New York, it’s 72 in Los Angeles. When its 30 degrees in New York, in Los Angeles it’s still 72. However, there are 6 million interesting people in New York, and only 72 in Los Angeles.” Neil Simon

Comparing people in NY and LA is like comparing apples (big) to oranges (they grow them).

1. If a person in NY says they hate you, they hate you. If a person in LA says they like you, they hate you.

2. Women in LA like to be “healthy”. They are tan ,(usually fake) do juice cleanses, eat kale and hike in the canyon. Women in NY like to look pale, very skinny and on the verge of death.

3. In LA, you are judged by the car that you drive. In NY you are judged by your address. No one actually has to see your apartment, but where you have chosen or can afford to live is who you are.

4. People In NY eat dinner late. People in LA eat dinner early because they have to go to the gym in the morning before work.

5. LA could be burned to the ground at any time or destroyed in an earthquake. New York could be under water or snowed in. So be correctly prepared.

6. People in LA seem tired and move slowly (unless they are jogging or power walking). People in NY always act like they had an extra cup of coffee that they didn’t need.

7. People in NY hang out with interesting, motivated people. In LA they hang out with the people they grew up with.

8. The car is still king in LA though they are trying very hard to improve the public transit system. So don’t text or pick your nose while you are driving. In NY most people cannot afford to park their cars so public transportation is the norm. Keep your head down, avoid eye contact and grab that seat before someone else does.

9. In Los Angeles, they know how to make a good salad. In NY, they know how to make a good bagel, pizza, egg roll with duck sauce and cannoli.

10. People in LA are always between projects. People in NY better be doing something with their lives.

Fly safe,

JAZ

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10 thoughts on “Ten Things That Separate New Yorkers From Los Angelenos

  1. Hi Jayne, Being both, born in the Bronx, residing in Brentwood, here’s another interesting differentiation – distance in L.A. is in minutes, distance in NY is in miles. Harv

  2. Well done. And for me the 1964 Worlds Fair in NY was where the modern era of “A great big beautiful tomorrow” was born! As a youngster, in NY for the first time at age 9, getting to see Streisand do “Funny Girl” and Abraham Lincoln get up on a stage and talk to an audience (the Fair) changed my life. I might add a Number 11. NY has the power to Transform the creative spirit. LA has the power to Entertain.
    Looking forward to both Brentwood and Brooklyn in the next 10 days!!!

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