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New Yorkers in general are savvy to everything trendy way before it’s trendy, have a unique style, they talk smart and know what’s going on around them, they’re street smart, and always know how to have a good time. But in a city with this many people, most importantly, you discover that there’s a lid to every pot.A short story published in the latest issue of the New Yorker has gone viral in what is, quite possibly, the first time a work of short fiction has accomplished such a feat.The line between a high-brow (New Yorker) and low-brow (social media) converged this week when Kristen Roupenian's short story "Cat Person" caused ripples in the Twitter-sphere.It’s late and you have to get back to your place, but riding the train home sounds like death.That’s when “I’ll get you a cab,” sounds even better than “Let's get pizza." Sunday brunch is the new church, especially in New York City. But you shouldn’t get too excited, because it’s still NYC.
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