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What's the stereotype of a New Jersey Girl?

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And is there any truth to it?
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I saw one on the subway in Manhattan with a couple Guidos, at about 2:30am. They were talking about going back to Jersey City. Probably 19 or so, thin with a slight beer gut, giant tits popping out of a too-small tank top. Talking about how many beers she drank and how many lines she blew at some party in the city. She had the accent and everything. I wanted to bone her brains out on the train because she would have let me with practically no convincing on my part.
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The difference between trash and Jersey girls?

Trash gets picked up.

If you'd like an example of how I always perceive them:

http://s108.photobucket.com/albums/n7/JoeyPorsche911/

Then again, I have never actually set foot on Jersey soil, my impression is formed mainly from what moves down here to Florida.
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It is at moments like this that I do not understand why we are fighting a war on terror abroad.
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Ugh as bad as it sounds I soooo want a Gotti boy.
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My eyes just fell out.
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Come here and find out for yourselves bitches.
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My eyes just fell out.

Flip through them all. That one guy is pouting his lips in EVERY SINGLE PICTURE. I cannot imagine them trying to shake someone down without the "shakee" laughing their head off.

Amazing, the baggies of coke spelling out Acapulco, well, actually "Acapulo", the unintentionally hilarious poses, all of it he posted on a PUBLIC photobucket account. It's insane. Another website I belong to actually had a photoshop contest using these pictures. I wish he knew how much everyone laughs at him.

SoCal - I have a feeling it might not be too hard with some of those guys.

Anyway, they, in my mind, epitomize New Jersey/Lon Guylan trash.
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Flip through them all. That one guy is pouting his lips in EVERY SINGLE PICTURE. I cannot imagine them trying to shake someone down without the "shakee" laughing their head off.

Amazing, the baggies of coke spelling out Acapulco, well, actually "Acapulo", the unintentionally hilarious poses, all of it he posted on a PUBLIC photobucket account. It's insane. Another website I belong to actually had a photoshop contest using these pictures. I wish he knew how much everyone laughs at him.

SoCal - I have a feeling it might not be too hard with some of those guys.

Anyway, they, in my mind, epitomize New Jersey/Lon Guylan trash.

By the way, considering the fact that the guy's car has a New York license plate, I think it's safe to say that these are New York guidos, not Jersey guidos.

Oh yeah, and Soph, they're not called "New Jersey Girls" they're simply called "Jersey Girls."

Didn't we just have a thread about this? What's people's fascination with the New Jersey party scene and guidos? I have a feeling that some of you secretly wish you were living the life that these dudes are living and that's why you keep talking about it.
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By the way, considering the fact that the guy's car has a New York license plate, I think it's safe to say that these are New York guidos, not Jersey guidos.

Oh yeah, and Soph, they're not called "New Jersey Girls" they're simply called "Jersey Girls."

Didn't we just have a thread about this? What's people's fascination with the New Jersey party scene and guidos? I have a feeling that some of you secretly wish you were living the life that these dudes are living and that's why you keep talking about it.

I missed the earlier thread that apparently made light of the Gottis, but no, I do not really envy these guys. I wouldn't mind the money, but that's about it.
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Ugh as bad as it sounds I soooo want a Gotti boy.

If you have three Thom Browne will buy you dinner at The Cheesecake Factory.
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Ah! Jersey girls, Camden girls, Trenton girls, South Philly girls... It's all good. I worked on the boardwalk in South Jersey for a few summers in the late '80s. Brings back memories...
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The difference between trash and Jersey girls?

Trash gets picked up.

If you'd like an example of how I always perceive them:

http://s108.photobucket.com/albums/n7/JoeyPorsche911/

Then again, I have never actually set foot on Jersey soil, my impression is formed mainly from what moves down here to Florida.


Anyone know where this style originated? I think they look like fools but they seem to be having fun.
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My eyes just fell out.

I would disown my children if they turned-out like that. This is reason #1 why if i have kids i'm living in a gated community and sending them to private school.
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I would disown my children if they turned-out like that. This is reason #1 why if i have kids i'm living in a gated community and sending them to private school.

I find these guys interesting, what sort of families are they usually from? Do they fancy themselves connected guys or something.
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