One couple asked New Yorkers one question, what they wished for the holidays. These are their thoughts and ideas.
Tenzin, Green Planet, Brooklyn
“No wish — I just wake up, eat, work, run, sleep.”
Mallory & Brooke, Clinton/Washington C train platform
Mallory: “To get a job.”
Catrina (far right) & her family, C train
“I want to stay a kid.”
Sam, C train
“I like ‘To stay a kid.' But with common sense.”
Keith, Richard, & Brandon, Lexington Ave. & 86th St.
Richard: “World peace."
Coco, Park Ave. & 84th St.
“Another bone,” as conveyed by her owner.
Elisa, Park Ave. & 83rd St.
“I haven’t even thought about the holidays yet.”
Eddie, Park Ave. & 81st St.
“I need money; I’m broke.”
Alex, Viand Café
Josie, Clyde’s Pharmacy
Peter & Paula, Madison Ave. & 72nd St.
Peter: “To have the best honeymoon.”
Trish, Madison Ave. & 68th St.
“I’m hoping for quality time with my family — which business doesn’t always allow.”
Joe, Madison Ave. & 65th St.
“I want everyone with me on December 25th, kids and grandkids.”
Oksana & Sasha, Central Park
Sasha: “To win a lawsuit against the NYC Parks Commission. They keep harassing us.”
Carrie & Verdie, Central ParkCarrie:
Heath & Conor, Fifth Ave. & 57th St.
Conor: “I want to have a baby.”
Kevin & Darilin, Fifth Ave. & 57th St.
Darilin: “I hope Santa brings me a teddy bear and a laptop.”
Mike, Abercrombie & Fitch
“I wish everybody could eat great dinners on Christmas night.”
Mahmoud, Fifth Ave. & 52nd St.
“To go back to Egypt.”
Ala, Alexis, & Adrian, Rockefeller Center
Adrian: “To get U.S. papers.”
Peggy & Arbi, Grand Central Station
Arbi: “We don’t believe in holiday wishes.”
Kim & Ann, Union Square Holiday Market
Ann: “This hat/scarf – harf?”
Phil & Summer, Broadway & 8th St.
Summer: “I want a boyfriend.”
Phil: “I want a girlfriend, of course.”
Boris, Russian & Turkish Baths
“I wish for you two to stay together forever.”