How New Jersey Are You?
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I'm from south Jersey and the quiz is very north Jersey. There is life below exit 9.
Taylor Ham is the BRAND name for the best pork roll. Shoo Bees name was derived from people in the Philly-Camden area taking the train down the shore and bringing their lunch in a shoe box.
I've been out of Jersey for almost 38 years. I still can't believe I only got a 74%!
Sadly, I've been away from Jersey for 30 years and overseas for over half that time, so there are references to things that didn't exist when I left. That said, I'm in the 'pork roll' camp even though I'm from Warren County, and you have made me drool with reference to pork roll &amp; cheese on a hard roll. My favorite excluded question: should you be in the left or right lane to make a left turn?
It's pork roll not taylor ham, I don't go down the shore because I live there, I stay away from the highways because of the bennies. I usually don't go near the beach till after Labor day to avoid them. What do I care about the empire state bldg......This was clearly written by someone from North Jersey.
I never said "down the shore" - I always said "over the bridge". I guess that happens when one is born and raised in Toms River. No problem though - still got a 91%.
And "you're score" would be higher if you took the apostrophe out!
I grew up in Brick, live in Point Pleasant....it's PORK ROLL, and only Bennies go "Down the Shore (or shoobies, what the Bennies are called in southern Ocean County.
Anyone who says Down The Shore does not live at the beach. Those of us who live there call it The Beach. NEVER The Shore.
As the creepy Pineys have pointed out, this is a very North or "Real Jersey" quiz. Go back to Wawa you freaks! It's Taylor Ham, Down the Shore, and News 12 belongs to us!
It's pork roll..the best summer is after labor day and only pennies say down the shore...it was clearly written bye someone that lives in north Jersey, but I still got 94%
No I don't go "down the shore" I live at the beach. No I don't eat Taylor ham, it's correctly called Pork Roll. And real summer starts after Labor day, the water is warm and the tourists go home. CLEARLY this was written by a Benny.
Your score, not you're score; go to school in NJ?
You're from Jersey? What exit?
We have the best of everything in NJ, 4 seasons( the music grp too!)the mountains, the shore, the city.
Cannot imagine a life without Taylor Ham(North Jersey) and cheese on a hard roll!
Dammit I grew up in Hudson Cnty and could have gotten that damn Empire State Bldg color question but I can no longer see the skyline from rural Warren Cnty!
It was a real b---- trying to pump my own gas the first time I had to in a foreign state!
Only thing Jersey you left out were Disco Fries- Sorry but just the gravy on the side with mine! Great Adventure? Palisades Park? Jungle Habitat?
I agree with all the people on here about how no one in NJ says JOYZEE! People from other states are the ones who say that when they find out your from NJ, "They'll go OH, so your from New Joyzee?" And I just wanna punch them in the face! And say NO I'm from Jersey!
Totally leans toward North Jersey due to:
a) Taylor Ham instead of Pork Roll
b) You don't go 'down the shore' if you already live there. (monmouth is right, sorry Bunny12)
c) Every shore kid knows the best beach days are AFTER labor day. September is my favorite summer month.
d) The Empire State Building question is just silly.
e) The total lack of questions only south or shore jersey folks would know :p
I can't believe you ripple complaining because you didn't get a high score! Now that's Jersey!!
I live in Northern NJ and I got a score of 86%, no one from Jersey says Joyzee, I remember Action Park and we always say go down the shore. While people who live down the shore already wont say that, I still enjoyed the test. It was all in fun, we know deep in our hearts we are all 100% New Jersey !!!!!
Monmouth-nope, I have lives at the shore all my life and we have always said "I live down the shore" when speaking to others and will say "going to the shore" or "going to the beach" interchangeably.
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