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1. Trenton Train Station: The Trenton Rail Station is the main passenger depot in New Jersey; operated by NJ Transit and also houses the Sout...  
2. Garden State, The: New Jersey's "official" nickname (meaning it's on their license plates).  
3. Papa's: A pizza joint that's been around since 1914, making it one of the oldest in the U.S., and one of the best places to...  
4. Filling Station: Also known as LFS (Lisa's Filling Station is the 'full' name of this place), this restaurant serves up some of the ...  
5. Rossi's: Rossi's Bar & Grill is legendary in Trenton for their HUGE hamburgers ("Rossiburgers").  
6. Cesare's: Cesare's Cafe serves hamburgers so infamously large that you have to eat them with a fork and knife; and they're su...  
7. Pete's Steakhouse: Trenton is close to Philadelphia, and so Trentonians know a good cheesesteak when they taste it; Pete's makes one o...  
8. Quoits: Trenton has its own 'style' of this lawn game, where one pitches round metal quoits (sort of like metal hoops or ri...
9. Harry's Army & Navy: One of the few places you can buy real Trenton quoits.  
10. Meadowlands, The: The famous Meadowlands Arena and Sports Complex is located in East Rutherford. The gigantic venue(700 acres) hosts ...  
11. yerp: yerp is a new form of greeting someone. It can be used in a variety of scenarios effectively. Like for example if s...  
12. Pitching: Pitching is what you do with quoits. "Tossing" or "throwing" is improper nomenclature.  
13. Always Turned On: A catchy slogan for Atlantic City  
14. Monopoly: The famous Parker Brothers board game, which was inspired by Atlantic City. Tourists can even go on a Monopoly tour...  
15. Monopoly City: An Atlantic City namesake because of its role as the inspiration for the Parker Brothers board game.  
 
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Since Seattleites live for gloriously sunny weather, this phrase typically is used to emphasize just HOW nice the weather was on any given day. It refers to clear blue skies--so clear, in fact, that you can see Mt. Rainer. Example: "Wasn't the weather amazing yesterday? The mountain was even out!".

James Farley, Postmaster under FDR, said in 1936, "There are 47 states in the Union, and the Soviet of Washington." He alluded to the leftist movements in the state, particularly in Seattle where labor movements occurred post WWI when unsatisfactory efforts were made to improve wages after war-time wage controls.

Gilligan's Island is a group of boaters that anchor near Mud Lake on Yahara River. On summer weekends dozens of boats can be found anchoring. If you're driving on the Beltline you can see the boats if you look to your south.

An adjective used to describe something that is Wisconsin-like, or a noun that simply means Wisconsinite. Wisconsinites are often called "Sconnies" outside of the state. The word is now gaining traction within Wisconsin as well, largely the result of the company "Sconnie Nation" that was founded by two UW-Madison students in their Lakeshore dorm room.

1. A derogatory term for a person born and raised in the city of Troy, New York. The more proper term would be "Trojan."

2. A derogatory name for the city of Troy itself, likening it to a toilet.