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(NYPost)   Precious Memories from the Times Square McDonalds. "Ghetto ones, but memories nonetheless,"   ( divider line
    More: Amusing, Times Square, McDonald's, Broadway, New York City, years of operation, Time Square, 42nd Street, 17,500-square-foot burger palace  
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2020-06-26 7:00:39 AM  
I'll miss buying a Big Breakfast and using the bag to disguise my feet, in the bathroom stall. Good times.
2020-06-26 10:46:14 AM  
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2020-06-26 5:01:11 PM  
don't think I have any precious memory photos of Times Sq, exactly. so I'll just re-post the same pics from the other thread.

- a. walk out of your office and 10 blocks down to 6ave/broadway/5th-avenue and 32nd.
- 2. go into Woorijip and buy ALL OF THE THINGS.
- vi. their bathrooms aren't exactly the best (I mean, you're in otterducking midtown ffs this is as good as it gets) but clean enough, and look, you don't have an office on 32nd street or 42nd street as a retreat, do you. or maybe you do?

that is - seriously. seriously. seriously. - the absolute best possible advice I can give to anyone finding themselves stuck in midtown Manhattan. (also there is an H-Mart across the street, you're welcome.)
the word 'woorijip' means something like, "my home" and it really is.

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2020-06-26 10:36:08 PM  
"iconic McDonald's" .......... "So after 17 years of operation"

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