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Old 07-03-2014, 11:10 AM   #41
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And now y'all can say Jersey is a good place to be FROM!

Don't go ballistic, just messin' wit ya!
No offense DH is a walking Jersey cliche... an Italian born in Jersey with the name Anthony. He has the tattoos and gold chains including the boot and horns. I on the other hand am an army brat who grew up all over this great nation with the most time spent just north of Bawlmer.
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Old 07-03-2014, 11:48 AM   #42
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And now y'all can say Jersey is a good place to be FROM!

Don't go ballistic, just messin' wit ya!
It's a great place to be from - just not necessarily IN.

Ax-ually, the Garden State is pretty nice, but Pee-Ay is a lot more relaxed, like no rolling radar in cop cars, as well as lower taxes and insurance rates.

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Old 07-03-2014, 11:53 AM   #43
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It's ...the Garden State is pretty nice, but Pee-Ay is a lot more relaxed, like no rolling radar in cop cars, as well as lower taxes and insurance rates.
When I traveled there, I have to agree it is a beautiful state, just wouldn't want to live there, taxes, regulations etc. Southern folks are just much more friendly and accommodating.
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Old 07-03-2014, 12:03 PM   #44
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When I traveled there, I have to agree it is a beautiful state, just wouldn't want to live there, taxes, regulations etc. Southern folks are just much more friendly and accommodating.
Unless you are looking for their still or talk smack about their dog.
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Unless you are looking for their still or talk smack about their dog.
A true southerner wouldn't do either of those things.
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A true southerner wouldn't do either of those things.
I would not either and I'm not southern.
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I would not either and I'm not southern.
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Unless you are looking for their still or talk smack about their dog.
Stills? In the south?


Lived south of the Mason Dixon all my life. I've never seen a still or even heard of one in existence.

We no longer have "revenoooooooors" either.

Contrary to what (evidently) some Northerners think, we don't have webs between our toes either.

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Stills? In the south?


Lived south of the Mason Dixon all my life. I've never seen a still or even heard of one in existence.
During the time I was in NC. I never saw one but I was told to not go out to the woods behind the tobacco barn and now and then there would be "traffic" going in and out late at night.
I am almost sure it was just frog hunters.....

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We no longer have "revenoooooooors" either.

Contrary to what (evidently) some Northerners think, we don't have webs between our toes either.

My first wife was from NC., sadly she never went back home.


And I know her toes did not have webs...
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You ain't LIVED 'til you've had fried frog legs!

Tastes *better* than chicken. No fat like chicken so it's healthier.

We used to go to a restaurant here that had "all you can eat frog leg night". They'd seat us back near the kitchen doors....wait staff didn't have to walk as far.

There was a large cartoon on the wall; frogs coming thru double kitchen doors in wheel chairs. /snark
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