5 Terms That Mean Something Different When You’re From New Jersey
Here in New Jersey, we have our own way of doing things. While it can be a lot for outsiders to handle, it's totally normal for us. In fact, we really wouldn't want to live any other way.
One thing that sets us aside from the rest of the country is our unique vocabulary. Our weird slang is definitely something to take pride in though.
Here are 5 terms that mean something different when you're from the Garden State:
What it means to you: An abbreviation for Air Conditioning on a hot day.
What it means to us: Nightlife capital of the Jersey Shore and probably the place where you turned 21.
What it means to you: That friend from high school you still go to the occasional baseball game with. Or you know, half of The Office's favorite couple.
What it means to us: A rainbow candy topping for our ice cream cone.
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What it means to you: The thing you use to pick up a jug.
What it means to us: The only way we know how to make a left hand turn.
What it means to you: New York.
What it means to us: Philly.
What it means to you: A mechanism used to put gas in your car.
What it means to us: Our biggest fear.