Friday, July 17, 2009

Don't!

Here's a list of what you can't do in some parks in New York. Looks at first like you can't do much, but you can still read, jump rope, talk, sing, dance, sit and watch the passers-by, and smell the flowers.

11 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

NO swearing either, damn! Rules, rules rules! Like in Singapore, a "fine" city!

Louis la Vache said...

...and you can take photos of the list of DON'Ts!

;-)

Louis la Vache said...

...and you can take photos of the list of DON'Ts!

;-)

yudikris said...

very cute idea, Biby ;)

by the way, update from my city (Jakarta, Indonesia): some bombs were exploded in Hotels :(

yudikris said...

NB for update of my city: this was happened this morning here (08 a.m-- GMT +7). :(

Yudhie
(yudikris.blogspot.com)

B SQUARED said...

I guess mugging is OK.

Thérèse said...

Yes sometimes you wonder...

Frank said...

Looks like a really welcoming and fun place to visit. NOT!

merkat said...

What a sad park...now I wonder, who wants to come in, with all those don'ts?

Alexa said...

Depends on the park too. Big ones allow the first two. And they definitely relax the third when the Philharmonic plays in Prospect Park here in Brooklyn —everyone brings a picnic and a bottle of wine. Number 4 makes sense, of course. As for #5, in Prospect Park there are certain areas where the park becomes a dog run at specific times in the morning and evening.

Alexa said...

Lest you all think we're NO fun at all here in NYC, these rules make a lot of sense for this particular park. If it's the one I think, it's not so much a park as a promenade. Right, bibi?