More Hilarious GIFs to Help Newcomers Navigate NYC


Artist Nathan Pyle is back again with a new hilariously accurate set of gifs to help newcomers navigate through the Big Apple. With the wisdom he has gained from his 5 years of residence in the city that never sleeps, the artist saves visitors the embarrassment of naivet. From knowing how to steer clear of soliciting canvassers littered across the streets of New York to knowing what qualifies as acceptable food to eat on public transportation, Pyle presents a list of sage advice that any New Yorker could sympathize with.

Since sharing the first installment of his NYC Basic Tips and Etiquettes series on reddit, Pyle has received innumerable words of praise and publicity across the internet, beyond his expectations. In fact, his continuation of the series is due in large part to the fact that he has gotten a book deal out of the immense exposure! Returning to reddit, Pyle thanks users for their support by revealing a few more gifs, ones he calls “pages that (probably) didn’t make it in the book.” It makes us wonder about the great tips that will be in the book!

NYC Basic Tips and Etiquettes is currently scheduled to be released in the second quarter of 2014.










NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette on Facebook
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