'Subway Parties' Are a Horrible Thing That's Happening
Things we don't understand: Why you would want to party on the subway. Why you would insist on doing it. Why your "parties" would involve streamers and party hats and saxophones and cramping into an overly air-conditioned fluorescent-lit space with a bunch of obnoxious people who are wearing face paint and tossing around beach balls instead of just hunkering down in a dark bar until you slide off the stool, alone. Why, why, why? There are many questions, but very few answers: Why would you record this douchery and put it on YouTube for all of posterity? If you have any (answers), get in touch. We'll be standing outside of a club on the Lower East Side, begging them to take their music back.
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