1. “You’re from New Jersey? But you don’t have a New Jersey accent!”
People from New Jersey generally have neutral accents. What people refer to as the “New Jersey accent,” is really the New York accent. Not everyone from Jersey talks like Tony Soprano and is in the mob. Capeesh?
2. “I don’t get your obsession with Diners. Diners aren’t that great.”
That’s because you’ve never been to one in Jersey and for that, I pity you.