Here's a neat visualization of the many, many judgements we pass off onto each other, courtesy of Christoph Neimann for the New York Times Magazine. I'll admit to being guilty of a few of the Manhattan-centric neighborhood stereotypes. Stereotypes are stereotypes for a reason, I guess.
Some of these were funny like "French" directed from the Heartland to the East Coast, China/Japan, and "Cana-who?" But yawn at New York centricity reigning once more. There are better cities in this country, and we're damn glad y'all are so into yourselves that you don't bother moving in.
And I would like to know what is wrong with iceberg lettuce with ranch dressing, thankyouverymuch.