Nicole Ferrar seems to think Manhattan is one giant makeout party, and she's tired of it! So she's written a piece for The New York Times' Complaint Box which begins like this:
"As a 26-year-old woman living in Manhattan, I have zero tolerance for couples who exhibit very private affections in very public places. Although I try to look elsewhere, these amorous displays are hard to avoid. Everywhere I go, people are fondling each other as if the entire city were a cheap motel room."
She wants to make it clear that this opinion is not because she's lacking in the affection department, or because she's a prude, but the NYT commenters don't seem to be buying her argument.
What do you think? Do you and your groom-to-be canoodle in public? Do you get angry looks when you do? Do you think that sort of behaviour should be made "more private?"