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The 3 Places In New Jersey Where It’s Hardest To Be Nice

If you live in New Jersey, you know most people try to be nice, but here are three places in New Jersey where it’s impossible to be nice, no matter how hard you try.

New Jersey doesn’t have a great reputation for being nice, but residents know we are generally a friendly crowd here in the Garden State.

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Despite that, some places where even our best intentions to be friendly fail miserably. We came up with three places like that in the Garden State, even though we’re sure that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Let’s see if you agree with our three places in New Jersey where it’s the hardest to be nice.

Garden State Parkway. Truthfully it’s true of any road in New Jersey, but the Parkway seems to be a place where good moods go to die. Turnpike drivers most likely feel the same way.

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Supermarket Parking Lots. Don’t even bother bringing your good mood with you if you’re in a New Jersey supermarket parking lot. They take bad driving to a new level.

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The Accountant’s Office. One thing we can’t avoid in New Jersey, no matter how hard we try are taxes, and in New Jersey, they always hit us hard.

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As we said earlier, there are probably a dozen other things that could make this list.

Only in New Jersey do we need to do 5 Top 3 lists to cover all the things that put us in a bad mood.

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