Those people on the subway
> She talks so loud that the entire train can hear her side of the conversation.
> She openly makes remarks about the people standing in front of her.
> She falls over in her seat when the train makes a stop, then says, "whoa! We must have a student driver today!"
> She can't recall ever taking the N/R trains, or walking through Union Square.
> She complains about how crowded the rush-hour train is.
> She prefers taking the local over the express, because then she won't have to change trains.
These are characteristics typical of a tourist visiting New York, or a group of gabby jappy teenagers from Westchester. But this woman has lived in Manhattan for 15 years. She's too good for the subway!