By Not Mrs Soprano - 08/07/2013 11:57 - United States - Irvington
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I feel bad for the ducks. LOAVES of bread? They'll die of heart failure before they even get a chance to lay eggs! Think of the children!
Sad fact alert: bread is bad to feed ducks often because there's little nutritional value and it fills up their stomachs when they could have buggies or plants. If you go to a busy pond, bring certain greens and veggies for them! This has been your duck-friendly PSA.
If I had a nickel for every time I told someone that I'm from New Jersey, and they in turn told me I don't sound like I'm from New Jersey, I could put a down payment on my dream home in central Florida. Bitch, I do sound like I'm from New Jersey. I just don't sound like I'm from a North Joisee New Yoik suburb like those douche bags on Jersey Shore and the fictitious mob boss Tony Soprano.
Yes, 21. It makes me want to go Tony Soprano on their ass. Or when people don't believe me when I tell them that much of New Jersey is farm land. No, 18, I wouldn't say I have a Philadelphia accent. People from Philadelphia sound odd to my ear compared to people from my home town. I'd say I have the generic American accent heard in most movies and ads.
I remember when I went on my first college visit in Maryland, and I met a few people there who asked where I was from. The second I said I was from Central Jersey, they began cracking up and asking why my accent was so "normal." God, I hate this with a fiery passion. Sorry, to burst everyone's bubble, but that Tony Soprano accent isn't a Jersey accent. In fact, I'm pretty sure basically anybody you find in in NJ that actually has that obnoxious Joisey accent (I know none in real life) has simply been a victim to outside influence up north near NY, or down south near Philly. The Jersey Shore douche bags are not even from NJ (except for maybe one). They're New Yorkers!