As a child, you may have associated winter with sledding, hot chocolate, and days off from school. But now that you're grown, it's just the dark, frigid months occupying the space between the booze-fueled binges of Thanksgiving and St. Patrick's Day.
Winter is even worse when you live in the city. The suburbs offer the comfort of moving from heated homes, to heated cars, to heated offices. Living in the city forces you to choose between the uninsulated windows of your apartment, a frigid subway platform, and your office (which is inevitably sweltering, despite what anyone does to the thermostat).
We commiserate with you shivering, North Face clad masses: Here are the 10 Worst Things About Winter in the City.