Bill Doyle struck gold on the show Tuesday. He found on a New Jersey subreddit someone had posed an interesting scenario. Basically, if a person claimed to be from New Jersey but for some reason you doubted them, what question could you ask them to be sure they weren’t faking it?

Now, sure, you might ask yourself given the dirty Jerz’s reputation as the armpit of America who on earth would claim to be from New Jersey when they weren’t. Well, okay, unless they were from Delaware maybe. But suspend your disbelief and come along for the ride because it was a ton of fun.

What did people come up with? Here’s just some of what listeners would ask to make sure a person was truly from New Jersey; only stuff a real Jerseyan would know.

Questions to ask to see if someone’s REALLY from New Jersey

The post above reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Jeff Deminski. Any opinions expressed are Jeff Deminski's own.

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