New York is well-known for being expensive.
It’s also very conducive to public crying.
So what’s a City resident who’s strapped for cash or a tourist on a strict budget to do when they’re looking for a place to have a quick cry?
In the past, you’d have to rely on Yelp reviews or hobo markings, I guess, to find a fitting refuge.
No longer! And all thanks to Kerry Obrien’s NYC Crying Guide — my favorite blog this week:
Whereas most crying guides stop short of how much privacy the location affords, probably, Ms. Obrien’s guide takes the extra steps of discussing what happens when someone has to interact with you — for example, crying at Build-a-Bear Workshop will get you minimal, non-judgmental interaction whereas crying at AT&T will only mean you’ll get less eye contact as they continue hard-selling you on new phones.
Anyhow, check it out. I know I’ll definitely be using this to save a little money 🙂