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Sticky-note confessions: New Yorkers share their worst walks of shame

There are few things worse than riding the subway in last night's costume

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The walk of shame presents a unique set of challenges in New York City—there's the subway ride the next morning, the fact that you have to be seen by so many people on your way home, the challenge of waking up in an unfamiliar borough…we've all been there. Click through the slide show above to read about the embarrassing ways your fellow Gothamites have had to travel home after a night spent in someone else's bed. But although it can suck to be single here sometimes, we all also know that the trip home can still feel like a walk of glory, no matter how ridiculous the circumstances may be. 

This time around, we're asking…

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