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Rats and bugs and Taylor Swift, oh my!

Rats and bugs and Taylor Swift, oh my!

Watch this troubling and scary video of a woman getting catcalled over 100 times as she walks around Manhattan. (Huffington Post)

Taylor Swift has been named a New York City Global Welcome Ambassador (whatever that means). Check out her video on NYC lingo in which she explains words such as “stoop” and “bodega.” (Gothamist)

Feeling morbid? This Halloween, check out the Met’s new exhibit on mourning clothing from the 19th and 20th centuries, Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire. (Jezebel)

Bill de Blasio has revealed his Halloween costume for this year, and no one knows what he’s supposed to be dressed as! (NY Mag)

 Foggy NYC via Shutterstock

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  • sue says:

    @sue She should sue them all for sexual harassment! One by one. All thousand of them!

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