Jazz Club + Long Cab Ride = P in V

Equation by: Chief
Post by: Contributor # 1

The right Jazz club is one of those NYC mood setters that makes P in V such an imminent possibility that you’ll be in for some fun before you can even make it home. While the cabbie concentrates on that 20 hour conversation via bluetooth with Mahmoud from the Middle East, you can enjoy the perfect ratio of novelty public affection and cozy plexi glass privacy in order to put some P in V, via the cab ride, in NYC.

= P in V recommends both parties sit in the back seat before attempting some cab P in V

= P in V recommends both parties sit in the back seat before attempting some cab P in V

New York is littered with Jazz Clubs, and its tough to find one that isn’t going to burn holes in your pockets (although that might be helpful while trying to attempt P in V in the cab.) The good people at = P in V recommend the Jazz Standard, which is a typical $25 per ticket, and they have reputable musicians playing daily. If you’re running low on cash make it a late night and head to Smalls in the West Village. After 2 AM its free to get in, and has some comfy lounge seating with a great laid back and intimate feel.

Late Night In Smalls, From a Nice Corner Couch

Late Night In Smalls, From a Nice Corner Couch

After you’ve both been wooed with sweet sounds and lots of wine its time to catch a cab. Hooking up in a cab is a honored past time in NYC, but going all the way takes a bit of balls, a cabbie that looks the other way, and some nicely choreographed P in V moves. = P in V suggests a good skirt for the ladies, and some trousers with an easy access fly for the broheims. Roll down those windows to muffle some sound and hop to some P in V before you could even make it home.

BTW, if you meet Ben Bailey on the streets late night, extra points for P in V on TV.

Mr. Bailey wants you to P in V in the Cash Cab.

Mr. Bailey wants you to P in V in the Cash Cab.

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