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Old 07-18-2007, 02:13 PM
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Piney = NJ's version of RedNecks.

It's a little known fact that the tooth brush was actually invented by a Piney. I am certain of this because if it was invented by anyone else it would have been call a "teeth brush".
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It's a little known fact that the tooth brush was actually invented by a Piney. I am certain of this because if it was invented by anyone else it would have been call a "teeth brush".
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Is this what's considered Piney Boating? Or is this in Vineland?
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Old 07-18-2007, 02:35 PM
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Is this what's considered Piney Boating? Or is this in Vineland?
Its a Piney boat, but only if there's some Carp in that pool.

Otherwise, it's Vineland.
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I could probably go on forever about south Jersey (but don'ty worry, I will come back to it) but has any one been to Sayreville latey. You do know it's still 1985 there. You can see someone in a Poison concert T, White leather fringe jacket, bangs a mile high, studded belts and acid wash jeans.

Back in the 80s most proms looked like this in Jersey. But I wonder if the sayreville proms still look like this?
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Old 07-18-2007, 02:58 PM
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Boating in Howellbama
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Easy now, your talking about "Bon Jovi-ville" aka Sayreville
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Easy now, your talking about "Bon Jovi-ville" aka Sayreville
Oh believe me I know. He's actually in Middletown now (Red Bank mailing), off of Navesink-River Road. UUUUUUUUuummmmm, I live in Red Bank and I boat alot on the Navesink River. I think I know exactly where he lives Plus bumpped in the David Bryan many times in Red Bank with his kids (BonBloMes Keyboardist). And Richie & Heather said their vows in Red Bank as well (at least one of the ceremonies were.) His house that he raffled off on MTV years ago, got sold as quickly as they won it. Then his parent got a house in Holmdel. I used to hang with his bro at the Birch Hill, who opened a placed called "Elements" in Sea Bright........ Should I go on?

But anyway...... I rest my case, hence probably why Sayreville is still stuck in the 80s. Hell, Jon is still stuck in the 80s.
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Easy now, your talking about "Bon Jovi-ville" aka Sayreville
Bon-Homo-Ville.....

Saddly enough, half my inlaws live in Sayreville....I can vouge for the fact they still dress like the ones in Dee's pic.

Must be all the high tension power lines and chemical plants.....
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Bon-Homo-Ville.....

Saddly enough, half my inlaws live in Sayreville....I can vouge for the fact they still dress like the ones in Dee's pic.

Must be all the high tension power lines and chemical plants.....
Bon-Homo-Ville...now that's funny
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