10 ways New Jersey people are disgusting
Recently, Dennis was the unfortunate observer of a truly horrible incident that brought him to a sad revelation about people in New Jersey: They're gross.
New Jerseyans do gross things sometimes, which lead us to develop this list that was gleaned from what may turn out to be a new semi-regular feature on the program: People are Disgusting.
Herein, I will describe what Dennis saw, along with some of the disgusting thing our listeners have witnessed their fellow new Jerseyans do. People are disgusting. Here, I present the evidence.
- Dennis noticed a "gentleman" pick up a dish towel from the decorative dish towel section at target wipe his hot sweaty face and head with it and put it back. Obviously Dennis was appalled.
- A deli counter worker cut a sandwich in half and nicked his finger in the process. Bloody finger and all he simply continued to cut and wrap the sandwich and serve it to a customer. (When our listener declined to take the sandwich, the bleeding-finger guy was surprised.)
- An airplane passenger watched his seat mate blow his nose into a tissue and then stuff the use tissue into the magazine pouch on the seat in front of him.
- One of our listeners observed a man in the men's shoe department at a large department store pleasuring himself into one of the men's slippers from the display.
- A cook at a restaurant was observed sticking his finger into the gravy, licking it, repeating the action, and then serving the gravy he had just double dipped into.
- A shopper at a supermarket dropped an open bag of M&Ms on the floor and then proceeded to gather them up and eat them.
- A listener entered a department store dressing room only to find that someone had gone "number two" and left it on the dressing room floor.
- Another deli counter worker was observed blowing a "snot rocket" from each nostril into the prep sink, using his hand to dry off his nose and then continuing to prepare the food.
- An airline passengers stuck his hand in his pocket, took it out, sniffed it, grimaced after smelling it and said "ewwww." In general, never sniff your hand in public.
- An executive at a meeting sneezed in her hand, broadly wiped her hand on her clothing and then offered it to a group of employees to shake. None of them refused.
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