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New Years Eve in the Concrete JungleWe have all been there stuck at a party of someone we know to welcome in the New Year Everyone is off doing their own thing you sit there watching the huge celebration that is taking place in NYC wishing you were there instead of sitting on a couch with random groups of people The next New Years Eve take some welcoming advice on how to properly celebrate the new year in the most untraditional way possible grabbing everyones attentionThe Early Bird Gets the WordSounds simple but as the day quickly turns to night the streets all along Times Square is going to become so packed it might seem impossible to move Plan to leave on a set time in the early AM bring things to keep you busy till it is time to celebrateDress to ImpressThis one is pretty self-explanatory but if you really want to shake things up forget the winter hats and gloves the tight party dress go in a long trench coat Wear no pants dark dress socks and Velcro-strapped sandals do not forget about a ski mask with only the eyes and mouth holes Do not forget those crazy party accessories to make sure you blend inMake Everyone Remember YouWith thousands of people crowded behind the barriers everyone is trying to get on TV trying to prove they were actually there Instead of being like those people stand out This is wear the trench coat comes in handy When you spot a camera by you shed off that awful coat jump over the barriers and streak Streak up and down the paths screaming at the top of your lungs For the heck of it do a dance next to a news reporter get on stage next to the band that is preforming All that matters is you break the traditional shell and do something no one has seen before and make sure they will
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