The transplant New Yorker can relate to bouncing around from borough to borough throughout the years, in search of just the right neighborhood. It’s a daunting task that ever-ambitious New Yorkers take in stride. Sometimes things work out right away; other times we’re not so lucky and the process of finding a place to call “home” can be a nightmare. If one thing’s for sure, it’s that New Yorkers love New York and will make it work.
Great doggy costume ideas within.
This story will warm every nerve of your heart.
If you have a dog you understand that furry friend becomes a part of your family and no longer is an animal but an actual person. You treat the dog like a sibling and sometimes give it a middle name when you are yelling at it.
“We will provide the gun,” the woman promises.
This isn’t normal.
“COME AND UNTIE ME IMMEDIATELY.”
It’s no secret big cities have pigeon problems. Toronto is no exception. Like rats in the middle ages, the disease-carrying vermin spent the past decade running amok and increasing their numbers. It was my job to try and keep Toronto’s ever-growing pigeon population in check.
INFP: To better relate to the lived experiences of the many chickens who regularly cross the road.
Somehow these fuzzy animals got even cuter.