This looks bad.
No big deal, just bailing out this ground floor apartment.
This one is credited to my Facebook friend Anthony Amico, premium cable customer.
Some Canadians decided this would be a good time to pull out the hockey sticks they carry on them at all times and have a pickup game in Times Square.
This looks bad.
This is a walkway by the East River, guys. IT IS UNDERWATER. Now will you take the hurricane seriously?
UPDATE: This is not the East River at all, but North Carolina. "The Spin Guru" tricked me. Anything to make it more exciting for us New Yorkers, right?
Nope. Nobody in New York took the hurricane seriously. Now where's my car service? I'm late for brunch.
It was totally empty, like as if a zombie apocalypse had occurred. Or like they cancelled all the train service.
(Photo by Marjorie Anders)
My boyfriend, upon seeing this photo: "Turn the lights off, assholes." My boyfriend does not much care for Times Square.
(Via Brad Walsh)
Smelly penis mushrooms sprang up overnight. Don't eat them, they're not the fun kind and I'm guessing they taste like butt hole.
Tucker Barnes of Fox News got covered in what he thought was "plankton or something." "It doesn't taste great," he mused. Turns out it was raw sewage. Brb, larfing forever. (Laughing barfing=larfing.)
(Via NY Daily News)
This widely circulated photo of a shark swimming down the street in Puerto Rico made everyone worry that sharks had finally figured out a way to get inside our houses. Luckily, it turned out to be fake.
Whee, we're in a hurricane! New York is a giant fucking playground and we are willing to risk death to take a *wacky* pic of ourselves to post on Facebook! Wheee!!!
Spanish tourists. Oy.
"I really shouldn't be out here but I'm not being smart today." O RLY?
The "caution" tape was a nice touch.
Upstate New York got it bad.
Williamsburg's biggest casualty. Nobody is ever going to be able to find any of their friends again.
(Photo by O.J. San Felipe)
R.I.P., old pal.
(Via Free Williamsburg)