Word on the Street: Happy New Year

News 12 Brooklyn is asking residents at what point is it no longer acceptable to wish someone a happy New Year.

We're more than a week into 2014, but some residents are still using a happy New Year greeting.

We're more than a week into 2014, but some residents are still using a happy New Year greeting. (1/8/14)

BROOKLYN - News 12 Brooklyn is asking residents at what point is it no longer acceptable to wish someone a happy New Year.

We're more than a week into 2014, but some are still using the greeting.

Most residents said that it's never too late for the greeting because it's always good to be positive and stay positive.

Two residents said that two weeks after the New Year starts is enough. 

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