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post #181 of 210
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Originally Posted by GQgeek View Post
Guido fist pump, is that a move the men make on each other?

No, only when you're a guido and have absolutely no rhythm.
post #182 of 210
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Originally Posted by vaclava krishna View Post
Roma,

do you fear, the Ripper ?

Vaclav,

Only when it is wrapped, in bacon.
post #183 of 210
Why the focus on the whole state of CA v. NYC v. London? Is Chicago not in the mix? Seattle? Portland (albeit on a smaller scale)? Being from Florida, I really can't argue with too much pride about the Sunshine State - our cities can't hope to compare, too young and developed with a get-rich-quick developer's lack of foresight. However, even though Miami is pretty much the Capital of the Third World, it is a great city to explore. I also love the Glades.
post #184 of 210
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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan View Post
Why the focus on the whole state of CA v. NYC v. London? Is Chicago not in the mix? Seattle? Portland (albeit on a smaller scale)? Being from Florida, I really can't argue with too much pride about the Sunshine State - our cities can't hope to compare, too young and developed with a get-rich-quick developer's lack of foresight. However, even though Miami is pretty much the Capital of the Third World, it is a great city to explore. I also love the Glades.

Better to be notorious than irrelevant IMO.
post #185 of 210
This thread reminded me of a parody of Barbie Girl.


Guy: Hey ya Tiffany..
Girl: Hey Rocco
Guy: You wanna go down the shore or what?
Girl: Friggin 'a.
I'm a Jersey girl, in a Jersey world.
I look fantastic, my pants are plastic.
Watch my booty shake, crankin' up Whitesnake,
I love Jean Claude Van Damme and my Trans-Am.
Guy: Get your token in Hoboken
Girl: I get on the train, it's a major pain.
Guys are starin', at my friend Karen.
Our boobies are fake, we love Ricki Lake.
We think she's way cool, at our high school.
I'm a blonde, single girl, but was born a brunette,
all the guys say I look just like Farrah.
Guy: You're a babe, you're a fox, Garden State Goldilocks, even with that ten pounds of mascara.
Girl: Dish the dirt, love to flirt, in my leather mini-skirt.
I'm a Jersey girl, in a Jersey world.
I have dark roots, I wear white boots.
Tattoo on my back, like to dress in black.
I feel peachy, in my Cavaricci's.
Guy: Shake your whiny tiny hiney, ah ah ah
Keep your butt firm, get a home perm
Date your jewelers, drink wine coolers
Non-stop shoppin', beer cans poppin'
Girl: I go shoppin' at Zales, for my fake fingernails, got a ring in my nose and my belly.
Guy: Jersey chick, drives a stick, combs her hair with a pick.
Works at the Bloomfield Avenue Deli.
Girl: You can look, but don't touch, till you put a ring on my finger.
Take a glance, at my pants, you won't get there unless you're Kip Winger.
I'm a Jersey girl, in a Jersey world.
I can't go wrong, in my butt thong.
Make my weekend plans, down at Houlihans.
my boyfriend Guido, wears a Speedo.
Hit the tanning bed, till my skin turns red.
I'm a lobster, wanna date a mobster.
Scrunchie in my hair, playin' truth or dare.
I'm so pretty, I hate New York City.
Guy: Loves hairy chests and leather vests...yes, yes, yes
Take her picture, make her richer
Likes to cake-up, all her make-up
orders take-out, likes to make-out
Girl: (spoken) I am so trashed right now.
Guy: (spoken) Excellent!
Girl: (spoken) Can you really get me in a movie?
post #186 of 210
Holy shit, I haven't worn Cavaricci's in a million years. That brought back some memories.
post #187 of 210
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
Purple shoes are not free!

Jealousy suits you.
post #188 of 210
The worst thing about new jersey is how unreasonably expensive it is for what you get.
post #189 of 210
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The worst thing about new jersey is how unreasonably expensive it is for what you get.

You mean you get to live in an area where you can access just about anything you would ever want within 30 minutes, within commuting distance of NYC and/or Philadelphia, be sorrounded by very desirable jobs, and have access to some of the best school systems around? Yes, it's pretty unreasonable - I can't believe people are paying it.
post #190 of 210
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You mean you get to live in an area where you can access just about anything you would ever want within 30 minutes, within commuting distance of NYC and/or Philadelphia, be sorrounded by very desirable jobs, and have access to some of the best school systems around? Yes, it's pretty unreasonable - I can't believe people are paying it.

I'm referring to the inefficient government that has to tax that much. I'm not saying it is the only state that has that issue. In fact I live in CT and grew up mostly in MA but New Jersey is worse than all of them in that regard.

There is no doubt that New Jersey is a good place to work but I think it is the "culture" that most people put down. With 9 million people (or so) there is plenty of good and bad. What do people think of when they hear New Jersey? Refinaries, Guidos and Atlantic City as this thread has proven.
post #191 of 210
We do that on purpose to keep the rest of you from coming here.
post #192 of 210
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Originally Posted by odoreater View Post
We do that on purpose to keep the rest of you from coming here.

We're really torn up about it.

post #193 of 210
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post
We're really torn up about it.


Looks like you missed the point entirely. Again.

Now shouldn't you be posting about hickies or making out with people but not being able to close or the brand new spiderman lunchbox your mommy (Alex K?) bought you or some other such nonsense?
post #194 of 210
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Originally Posted by odoreater View Post
We do that on purpose to keep the rest of you from coming here.




Looks like you're leaving too. They'd need to run the poll in other states for comparison.


http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,303159,00.html

Briefly: The Monmouth University/Gannett New Jersey Poll, released Wednesday, found 49 percent of those polled would rather live somewhere else.

But a Rutgers University report released last week found that New Jersey, with nearly 9 million people, is experiencing a population loss and said the number of residents who had left the state more than tripled from 2002 to 2006, with 231,565 people moving elsewhere.

That migration depleted the state's tax coffers of an estimated $10 billion in personal income and $680 million in sales tax, according to the Rutgers report.
post #195 of 210
Well, not everyone can hang.
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