NYC members, what's your favorite borough and why?

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If u from NY, of course u gonna rep ur borough. When it comes down to it though, you can pretty much do anything in any borough (Staten Island don't count lol). Everything is just a train ride away
 
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Only person on the whole thread to say this but Staten Island! The legit most laid back and the most residential. I like city but not too much like manhattan.. Second is queens cuz image ny and the mets are there
 
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Only person on the whole thread to say this but Staten Island! The legit most laid back and the most residential. I like city but not too much like manhattan.. Second is queens cuz image ny and the mets are there
lol I said this too.. 
 
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Only person on the whole thread to say this but Staten Island! The legit most laid back and the most residential. I like city but not too much like manhattan.. Second is queens cuz image ny and the mets are there
my man

Image :pimp: ( one of the most slept on here in nyc)

the Mets >:
but i still love my Metropolitans
 
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Bronx dude who also lived in queens ....gotta say early to mid 90s the eastside of harlem was my favorite (130s of madison & 5th...) ...late 90s up to now i gotta say queens ....i like how more lowkey it is & the vibes is more relaxed a no brainer to me (plus queens got the best women on a overall diversity level) ...only parts of bronx i really was crazy about being around was the 150s of courtlandt/park/morris ave (back when the concourse plaza mall was poppin mid 90s)...outside of queens i still like manhattan vibes but its more so the upper westside more so than harlem nowadays...overall sht got wack in the city vibes aint the same


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kingjay718

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a lot of people are writing queens. tell me why and please dont say its cause thats where u live as the only answer
The women, the aesthetics of how the borough is constructed, the vibe, the food.

For me it’s Manhattan. Then Queens. Bklyn is a different world
 
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