I verified this myself over the past week while on vacation. There are more Jersey license plates in Duck than there are in Seaside Heights. While shopping or at a restaurant, the distinct Jersey accent is heard everywhere. Corolla, NC would be the next to southernmost town in Jersey.
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Sep 2, 2013, 04:43 PM #1
The southernmost town in New Jersey is...
Ok thank you for the very important information - and all the time you took to research this.
So here is my question- let say there happens to be a civil war - does that mean that NC would technically be 'the north'???
Sep 2, 2013, 05:16 PM #3
no where in the south is considered jersey, for-gods sake the capital of the conderacy was in Virginia. you surf there in Virginia then slander this said southern holy surf land with the tainted words of jersey. corolla nc and duck nc will now be annexed to jersey to do migration of yankees. in return you take back larry the cable guy.
Sep 2, 2013, 05:22 PM #4
So by your logic Myrtle Beach is part of Ohio since all you see there are Ohio plates? No it just proves our beaches are were the people want to be.
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Sep 2, 2013, 06:08 PM #9Senior Member
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Can you say Boca Raton? Maybe more LongIsland than Jerzy. It's like the sixth borough for crying out loud. NYC with friggen palm trees. My cousin Vinny meets Jerzy Shore meets Baywatch. Benchoffs before paddling out in 2 foot mush, then hitting the disco to ply the ladies with date rape drugs.
Ok ok I got one word for you- B-A-T-O-N R-O-U-G-E
Oh wait... Never mind that's in the south!!!