It's been said before and it will be said again.
Well, they're just, as the kids would say, "built different." If you've ever been to NYC you've probably noticed New Yorkers aren't quite like other people.
They're not immediately friendly, they walk faster than most people run and you better know where you're going because ain't no New Yorker in town who is going to stop and give you directions to Times Square.
But one New Yorker raised the bar higher for everyone when he gave an interview in the middle of last weekend's snowstorm, without any sort of strong negative emotions about the weather at all.
Donnell, a man interviewed by News 12 New York, stood out in the middle of the severe snowstorm drinking a cup of coffee, without gloves or a hat, or a closed coat.
And he was having the time of his life.
"I'm just loving the snow, I'm from New York City this ain't nothing to me, you know Brooklyn's finest I'm here baby - I love it, I love it. I feel good."
The anchor interviewing Donnell asked him why he'd come out in the storm, since the current advisory in NYC was to stay indoors.
"I really went for my job but it looks like they might not be opening," he answered without a second though.
"But for the meantime imma just chill."
New Yorkers across the city said "hear, hear" to Donnell's overly pleasant and chilled-out interview.
Despite his actions, Donnell did ask everybody else to stay safe and indoors, as the storm was about to get a lot worse.
Overall, the nor'easter dumped approximately 8 inches of snow on New York City. Other locations in the northeast received far greater snowfall, with some spots getting over 24 inches.