BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Hang in there, Boca. The New York invasion is almost over, with the herd of Long Islanders getting ready for its migration back home. Those New Yorkers are putting on spandex travel pants, overstuffing bags, and getting their mad on for airline gate arguments over seat assignments and free luggage allotments.
All together now:
“Don’t you know who I am? My brother is a cousin to the best friend of Saul Abromowitz who went to high school with the executive second vice president of the airline. I will absolutely call him if I can’t have the upgrade”
Yes, our parks will again be uncrowded, the tank-top wearing hairy men will be gone, and conspicuously loud cellphone calls about “Wooooooooodfield” — by women with too many Botox injections — are coming to an end.
As a service to our local readers, we are monitoring flights from FLL and PBI to JFK, LGA and EWR, and can report at the moment that everything looks good. Yes, your annoying relatives who stayed just a little too long are going home.
You can also check for yourself. Here’s a link to the departures board at Fort Lauderdale Airport, and here’s a link to Palm Beach International.
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