Man Who Likes To Be Jostled Moving To City

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Man Who Likes To Be Jostled Moving To City

ENID, OK—Local resident Spencer Cravel announced his plans to move to New York City Wednesday so that he might pursue his passion for being jostled and bumped around. "For a guy like me who enjoys getting jostled, bopped, and knocked from side to side by hundreds of strangers all pressing forward in a pointless hurry, New York City's the place to be," said Cravel, who first discovered his love of getting shoved from every direction as if in a herd of cattle while exiting a professional basketball game. "I've been to Chicago and there's some good jostling there, especially around the El train entrances early in the morning, and I hear Tokyo has some top-notch jostling, but here, in America, if you want to be jostled, and I mean truly good and jostled, you got to go to New York City." Cravel admitted he was relieved he'd no longer have to seek out jostling spots in his hometown, saying he'd grown tired of the "rinky-dink" jostling he experiences when trying to reenter his local movie theater after a film has just ended.

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