Sounds like a good idea. Should I beware of sewer alligators and filthy astronauts? I hear the dentistry at the local breaks is phenomenal! I have wisdom teeth. Could that be taken care of? Will the water make me sick? I'm used to the pristine waterway know as the Chesapeake Bay. Will my needs be accomodated, especially when I tell them how much better it is where I come from? Maybe I will play that Country song. I hear your women have a soft spot for boys from the South. Point me in the right direction. Do I need to wear Timberlands when I surf?
OK my turn...Where in Jersey are you staying? (makes a big difference)
Is the water in the Chesapeake that much different then the water off the Jersey coast? (If anything Jersey water is cleaner because it is closer to the cleanest water in the world - the Labrador Current.)
Boys from the south? (How south do you think you really are - the Chesapeake is a stones throw away from where I stand.)
Timberlands? Are you arriving by time machine? I havent seen Timbys in the lineup since 1998.
And oh yeah...enjoy your stay you filthy red neck!
Because contrary to the friggin stereotypes Jersey is one of the best coastal locations on the eastside. Yeah, the Banks are more spiritual and New England is more scenic, but Jersey has a bit of EVERYTHING. Especially for you family types. The MOST variety of waves, plenty of family fun options(hey kids love the Wildwood boardwalk), good friggin food, and it's smack in the middle of two cultural, historical hubs(Philly and NYC).
Yeah, yeah we have these silly debates aboot Jersey vs Florida and stuff, but EVERY eastside writer for national surf mags has at one time proclaimed Jersey's superiority.
Florida is weak, and closes-out more than Jersey. South Carolina and SNC are irrelevant. The Outer Banks can outshine Jersey in consistency and sheer bub power some years, then again some years it doesn't. Virginia sucks. Maryland and Delaware are forgotten hamlets best left to local inhabitants. New York's gay(as in happy). Rhode Island is all aboot Peter Pan riding slugs on mushy 3 foot point breaks. Cape Cod is stuffy and has sharks. New Hampshire kicks arse but it's got, like, a 13 mile coastline and too many people these days. Maine is off limits.
Oh, if y'all want a quaint romatic weekend with your boyfriends, go to Ogunquit, Maine.
HAHA you sons b!tches.
Jersey's water is ten times better than most of Southern California, and that whole 1980's medical waste thang is over. You can find packed guido beaches or quiet off-the-radar spots(Yo, for $5.00 I'll let you in on the secrets, though my extensive knowledge only runs from Pt. Pleasant - Cape May).
We got ghettos-by-the-sea, like Atlantic City, where all your wild fantasies can come true(Look up Marley around Oriental Ave or Cash on the 800 Block of Maryland Ave for supplies).
We got family friendly places like Ocean City. We have PA college kid havens like Sea Isle City. Hey slip away from the wife and see if you can pick-up a drunk Villanova student. Cape May is all victorian and quaint as sh!t, and they have all sorts of ghosts there. Go to the Crab Trap(Somers Point) at the base of the bridge heading into Ocean City......best friggin crab cakes and other seafood specialities. These crackers do it right.
Man, everywhere else is just lagging, man. No where else can compare. You're all jealous. That's why y'all lash out at us Jersey people so much. Pure jealousy. We are so interesting, and nobody else is. C'mon admit it, ALL Y'ALL watched the Jersey Shore religiously. You couldn't help yourselves.
And where is Ian Zehring, or whatever his name is from(THE STAR OF SHARKNADO)? That's right, WEST ORANGE, NJ. Ouch, that one hurt didn't it !? You punk suckers. Some of them try an rhyme but they can't rhyme like me. Some of them try and rhyme but they can't rhyme like me. Cause I'm the Miggidy Miggidy Miggidy Mac Daddy Believe that..................