Today on the Dennis and Judi Show, the pair asked listeners to call in and share how they can identify that they're from New Jersey.

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The entire topic stemmed from an article on mistupid.com that asks the question about the same questions and has a list of answers that only true NJ residents would understand.

Judi opened up the discussion by saying that she knows she's from New Jersey because she refers to it as 'Jersey,' rather than New Jersey, and knows it is the only state you can do that with.

Nic from Lawrenceville - "You know you're from New Jersey when you don't use turn signals."

Johnny from Hightstown - "You know you're from New Jersey when you scream at out of state drivers that drive slowly in the left lane."

Gina from Pemberton - "You know you're from New Jersey when you eat pork roll."

Phil from Atlantic City - "You know you're from New Jersey when people call you a 'Piney.'"

Michelle from Passaic County - "You know you're from New Jersey when you have to pay to get on the beach"

Bobby on the Turnpike - "You know you're from New Jersey when you get upset that New Yorkers claim the New York Giants and the Statue of Liberty as their own even though both are in New Jersey."

Carol from Linden - "You know you're from New Jersey when you get asked 'What exit?'"

Phyllis from Sayreville - "You know you're from New Jersey when you ask for a hard roll and you get a hard roll, not stale bread."

Caroline from Facebook - "You know you're from New Jersey when your neighbor is in his bathrobe clearing off the snow on his driveway with a leaf blower."

Eric from Eatontown - "You know you're from New Jersey when you go to a sub shop, not a hoagie shop."

Jason from Collingswood - "You know you're from New Jersey when you go to Wawa at least twice a day."