Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Party Rooster, Jun 6, 2013.
Also the poorest mo fo's, too.
Georgia and Alabama? Let me guess, they surveyed Atlanta and Birmingham.
This makes absolutely no sense to me. But I actually like tipping. I mean I guess "like" isn't the right word, but I prefer giving the money directly to my waiter or bartender or whoever.
They are correct about jersey tipping high. Well expect in Camden, Atlantic City, Newark, Jersey City, East Orange, Trenton, and Pleasantville
why do poor white people like to vote for rich white people?
You forgot to add the rest of the states poor cities.
That list would be very long. I kept it to the well known ones
Pleasantville is well known? Come on, there has to be larger, more well known shitholes than Pleasantville.
I've heard of Pleasant Valley but never heard of Pleasantville.
Right outside of Atlantic City. If you take the Atlantic City expressway in its the last exit before you go over the bay.
Around here its very well known. The whiter schools like mine get a police escort to and from the football games
I've heard of Atlantic City, can't say I recall any of the others. Truthfully I thought Jersery was just one town anyway.
I wonder if $5 was enough of a tip on a $9 tenderloin and salad yesterday. She was a very attentive cute waitress.
Lakewood? It's about a 50/50 split between Hasidics/Orthodox Jews and the ghetto, has the Phillies Single-A affilliate, and is where that gang member asshole walked up to a police car and shot a cop in the face for no reason a couple years ago and was the subject of a statewide manhunt until he was found hiding in Camden. I'd say it's more well-known than Pleasantville and the odds of getting a tip at all are probably less than the odds of a dine-and-dash or an armed robbery.
i've lived in jersey for 22 years and the only pleasantville i know is that shitty movie
Elizabeth, Irvington, Plainfield, Perth Amboy...
Covered most of the NJ's population. This survey sucks.
Black people don't tip. States based on service economies do. It has nothing to do with political bent.
West Virginia is blue, by the way.