Here is what i think about times square ......there are thousands of people there .......where does one go for a shite or pee.....i did not see a whole bunch of porta potties and people have been there for hours and hourse and some people have been waiting there for hours ......... how does one relieve ones self if one has been there all fucking day !!!!!!....any one......... any one !!!!!!...........just asking .........
Times Square lights up as thousands dance in the rain to New York, New York after watching the ball drop on 2023: US begins seeing in the New Year with wild scenes across the country
- New Yorkers and visitors from across the world welcomed in the new year at Times Square for 2023
- The magnificent lightshow was kicked off by New York City Mayor Eric Adams who started the ball drop
- The ball comprised of nearly 2,700 Waterford crystals illuminated by a palette of more than 16 million colors
- As the ball lit up, crowds danced in the new year many stealing a kiss from loved ones at midnight
- Heaving crowds danced and swapped masks for rain ponchos as they flooded the Times Square venue
- Crowds donned their New Year's best wearing sparkly hats and 2023 sunglasses at the iconic event
- As well as deafening cheers at midnight - 3,000 pounds of confetti was released covering the city below
- Many shirked pandemic-era restrictions with masks and social distancing appearing to be a thing of the past
- Chelsea Cutler and JVKE headlined the New Year's celebration at the first restriction-free bash since 2020
Thousands of people braved the rain to welcome in 2023 at New York's iconic Times Square which exploded into a spectacular light show as revelers watched the ball drop at midnight.
The magnificent lightshow was kicked off by New York City Mayor Eric Adams who had the honor of pushing the Waterford Crystal button signaling the 60 second descent of the New Year's ball while partygoers watched on.
Crowds danced while singing to Frank Sinatra's 'New York, New York' and after midnight cooed the lyrics to 'What a Wonderful World' by Louis Armstrong.
The ball comprised of nearly 2,700 Waterford crystals illuminated by a palette of more than 16 million colors shimmered brilliantly and lit up the masses, who heaved together as they danced and celebrated below.
Confetti rained down on soggy revelers as they took photos of the multicolored extravaganza with phones, gopros and even extended out selfie-sticks to capture the event
The iconic ball at Times Square was all but hidden among the explosion of fireworks that jet out of One Times Square where the ball drop has been taking place since 1907
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