You’ve gotten used to taking the subways in New York City , just like the other New Yorkers do.
You and your friends took the number 5 Lexington Avenue express train to the Bowling Green station .
As you all walk towards Bowling Green Park in Lower Manhattan , there’s one particular sculpture that you’re hunting for .
One of your girlfriends can see it in the distance .
It’s the sculpture of a bull.
Not just any old bull, either.
It’s known by two names, the Bowling Green bull or the most recognizable name, the Charging Bull of Wall Street .
One of you notices how mean this bull looks as you stare at it.
Standing near the bull are not only a few tourists , but some New York City policemen as well .
It’s early in the morning , so it’s not that crowded.
You all wait your turn to take pictures with the bull.
The front desk clerk at your hotel has told you to be sure to rub the bull for good luck.
He didn’t say where though.
One of the tourists standing there with you must have read all the guidebooks on New York City .
She’s rubbing the bull.
IS SHE RUBBING THE BULL’S YOU KNOW WHAT ? !
IS THAT SUPPOSED TO BRING GOOD LUCK?!
The three of you have done some crazy things on your 30 Plus Teams Tour of New York City but rubbing the Wall Street Bull’s “jewels ” isn’t going to be one of them.