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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Stalking a Delivery Guy, in Midtown

Delivery guy, New York
Photo by myself in Midtown, around 36th Street and Madison Avenue.

I stalked a delivery guy wearing a tshirt with a cute saying on it. He walked quickly, making me scramble down the sidewalk.

Yes, many New Yorkers are either too lazy or busy to exit the office during lunch and breakfast, and have their meals delivered to them. All too often, we're stuck to our grindstones desks.

Fortunately, most delis in busy areas have delivery services. You can spot guys walking down the street carrying covered platters of food for lunch meetings.

Related posts: Free Hugs, Union Square, On the Pricelessness of New York Delis and Shacking it up, in the City.


Olivier said...

c'est de plus en plus le cas aussi en France, avant on prennait le temps de manger le midi, maintenant on fait a peine une pause, donc les services de livraison sont bien pratiques

lissa said...

I like that saying, certainly something nice to read

Lily Hydrangea said...

this is so funny.
A similar thing happened to me when I spotted two Nuns wheeling gigantic carts of supplies out of our local big box store. By the time I got my camera out all I got was a blur of one's habit! & it wasn't a good blur either.
You did well Kitty!

Joanne said...

What a good sign... happy:)

Fredrik said...

Nice catch!

jr222 said...

What a great shirt! I want it!

lewi14 said...

Great. I like this slogan. Well photographed.

Bibi said...

That is cute. He'd make my day if he brought me a sandwich. Lox and cream cheese, please.