77. Every single thing about Penn Station except the fact that they somehow managed to have a top-notch beer selection
78. Whenever you’re trying to leave the city for the weekend, everyone else has the same idea
79. Anybody who comes into the city and acts like an a-hole on the following days: St. Patrick’s Day, Halloween, New Year’s, or SantaCon
80. The fact that there are a thousand Sonic commercials and zero Sonics
81. Or Taco Bells, really
82. The G train
83. The sad realization that you’ll never be the hottest person at really any party
84. The fact that they got rid of the public access porn channel with Robin Byrd
85. When 666-6666 picks you up, there’s zero sidewalk dancing
86. Having to pay more than anybody anywhere else for groceries, then throwing those groceries out because you never cook and your fridge can barely fit the PBR in the first place
87. No affordable gyms that don’t seem like snuff film sets
88. That super-jacked He-Man guy seems to have disappeared. I mean, is he now walking shirtless around New Rochelle?
89. You now have to pay for a new MetroCard, and those things stop swiping way too quickly
90. James Dolan
91. The fact that the Giants basically alternate between winning the Super Bowl and going .500
92. The fact that NY1 has anchors other than Pat Kiernan
93. The fact that The Daily Show films in NY, but it’s during the day so you can’t ever go
94. Cab drivers that ask YOU for directions
95. The lack of outrage over how $17 is now basically an acceptable price for a cheeseburger
96. The fact that the Islanders are moving to Brooklyn. No thanks!
97. If you work past 5pm you’ll never be able to park your Citibike
98. No more Gossip Girl! What the hell?!
99. You never see construction workers artistically sitting on beams eating lunch anymore
Andrew Zimmer is Thrillist's NYC Editor, and he loves NYC despite (and sometimes because of) its problems. Follow him on Twitter.