Aliens of New York, a HONY parody account proves NYC is full of extraterrestrials – Metro US

Aliens of New York, a HONY parody account proves NYC is full of extraterrestrials

Seems like everyday a new parody account of Humans of New Yorkpops out of the ground like a fresh sapling. Today’s newly sprouted account is “Aliens of New York” a parody account that proves, you’re not crazy, that weird guy on the train this morning was totally an extraterrestrial.

"The owner of the cab company told me I couldn’t dress like this. So I made his head explode using my mind. Now I’m an...

Posted by Aliens of New York on Sunday, October 18, 2015

The account, which has a miniscule following of 161 followers (it will probably grow, so you can thank us for keeping you ahead of the internet cool curve) describes itself with this bio: “We see them everyday. On the subway. Crossing the street. Ordering their coffee. They look just like you and I, but they're not. They are aliens.”

"Talking to human girls is tough. On planet Xanthor Z100, it’s easy. In fact, you don’t even need to talk; you can just...

Posted by Aliens of New York on Tuesday, October 13, 2015

"I really enjoy fucking with humans. You can do anything in New York and people just brush it off and assume you’re...

Posted by Aliens of New York on Monday, October 12, 2015

“Although I've been inspired for years by Humans of New York, I noticed something- they discriminate toward non-humans. Don't get me wrong, I love humans, but what about all the extra-terrestrials in New York City? Who's going to give them their voice on social media? Me, that's who,” The creator of the post wrote in an extended bio. “These pictures are of real aliens inhabiting human bodies in the city that never sleeps. These are their stories, in their own words, of what it means to be from another planet.”

"This actually happened to some dumbass the other day. I couldn’t believe it. Like, what the hell was he doing? If I had...

Posted by Aliens of New York on Thursday, October 8, 2015

Most of the photos seem to be directly lifted from the Humans of New York page, so who knows how long Aliens of New York will remain a thing before the legal teams come swarming it like locust.

Enjoy it while it’s still around!

Matt Lee is a Web producer for Metro New York. He writes about almost everything and anything. Talk to him (or yell at him) on Twitter so he doesn’t feel lonely@mattlee2669.