11 new nicknames for New Jersey
Well it turns out that not that many people are happy with the nickname the Garden State for New Jersey.
It's not surprising because there are so many people who live closely packed in the state that there are probably a lot of lush and fertile landscapes that are completely overlooked. Yet, I believe it’s a perfect nickname because we have so many fruits and vegetables to offer our state and the rest of the country.
Between cranberries and eggplant, and blueberries and our amazingly iconic Jersey tomatoes, how can we be anything other than the Garden State? But there’s a lot of negativity here, too. Some people don’t realize how much the state has to offer.
So we decided to pose the question to our listeners. If you were going to change the Garden State‘s nickname, what do you think would be more appropriate? We are almost regretting that we asked. Because the snarkiness and sarcasm abounded in many of the suggestions we got.
There’s a double entendre here. First of all this is how people identify where they live, as in Garden State Parkway exits. Secondly, everybody’s trying to get out. Hence, the Exit State.
Do I really need to explain this?
Pound for pound I guarantee we have more mandates than any other state in the country.
The most densely populated state in the country could easily be called the people state. Everywhere you go that’s what you’ll find, amirite?
All you gotta do is drive up and down the highway during mating season and you’ll see what they mean.
I mean, New Jersey’s is the best, after all.
You don’t have to run to Google to find anybody to do anything. Just ask a friend. Because in New Jersey, no matter what the task, everybody’s “got a guy."
Yeah, we’ve got our share of shady people in New Jersey, and we’re not afraid to admit it. Ask too many probing questions and eventually you will hear this answer: “Don’t worry about it.” AKA: butt out.
I believe we probably have more races, nationalities, ethnicities, and alternative lifestyles packed into the state than in just about any other state in the country.
120 miles of magnificent shoreline. Need I say more?
If you live here, you know.