Kramer: What’s that smell?
Jerry: What smell?
Kramer: Ooooh… You stink.
Jerry: Whatd'ya mean I stink?
Kramer: You *stink*. Why don’t you go take a shower?
Jerry: I showered! Oh, wait a second… Since I showered, I’ve been in the car!
Elaine: So?
Jerry: Don’t you see what’s happening here? It’s attached itself to me!
It’s alive!
Elaine: If it attached itself to you, then… Oh, my God! That’s why Carl said he had to get up early! Because I stink! Jerry, he thinks I have B.O.! Me!

(via The Smelly Car)

Jerry: So, this morning I go down to the garage to check the car out. I figure by this time, the odour molecules have had at least twelve hours to de-smellify. I open the car door, like a *punch* in the *face*, the stench hits me– it’s almost as if it had *gained* strength throughout the night…
Elaine: Y'know I can think of at *least* six known offensive odours that I would *rather* smell than what’s livin’ in your car.
Jerry: What about skunk?
Elaine: I don’t mind skunk.
Jerry: Horse manure?
Elaine: I *loooove* horse manure.

(via The Smelly Car)

Jerry: Boy, do you smell something? 
Elaine: Do I smell something? What am I, hard of smelling? Of course I smell something.
Jerry: What is it?
Elaine: I think it’s B.O.!
Jerry: What?
Elaine: It’s B.O. The *valet* must have had B.O.
Jerry: It *can’t* be. Nobody has B.O. like this.
Elaine: Jerry. It’s *B*.*O*.
Jerry: But the whole car smells.
Elaine: So?
Jerry: So when somebody has B.O., the “O” usually stays with the “B”. Once the “B” leaves, the “O” goes with it.

(via The Smelly Car)


I have such a love/hate relationship with DC metro. I used to be incredibly scared to ride the subway alone but I had to learn how to ride it by myself during high school because I needed to get to work on half days. Now I ride the metro all the time. But I hate the fare hikes. I hate the smelly cars. I dislike the rude metro employees but are grateful for the kind ones. I could go a crowded rush hour train ride without someone trying to touch my butt or read my text messages. But I love seeing families, couples, and quirky strangers in their own little world riding the same car, in the same direction to completely different destinations.

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Upsides of living in New York City:
I could look however the fuck I want
I have access to clean water and food
There are plenty of attractions to go and experience
Mad bike lanes
No obvious war (except for the “war on drugs” and “war on poverty”)
Diversity (I can meet people who are open-minded and chill)
Endless opportunties for education everywhere
Access to nearby rural areas
Wide availability of different foods from around the world. Korean, carribean, chinese, japanese, italian, polish, etc.
The multitude of bridges
The bodies of water
International airport

Downsides of living in New York:
Loud streets
“War on drugs”
School system
The municipal government in general
Smelly subway cars
Dusty ass air
Expensive ass apartments (lmao I saw a condo complex being built in williamsburg right by the bridge with a sign that read “condominiums from 575K to 4 million”)

Lack of diversity in bird populations (I feel like I only see 5 birds ever house sparrows, red-breasted robins, european starlings, pigeons, and the occasional mourning dove.