A time that many people say they never miss; They will look at the clock and catch 11:11 at least once or sometimes two times a day. Some say it's a "spiritual opening" or something like that. Some sites are devoted to this time, check on google.
Phrase that pisses me off. Said by people who don't want to offend anyone of any religion or culture. People should just say "Merry Christmas", "Happy Hanukkah", and "Happy Kwanzaa" to the appropriate people.
Krusty (From The Simpsons): So have a merry Christmas, a Happy
Hanukkah, Kwazy Kwanzaa, a tip-top Tet, and a solemn & dignified Ramadan.
Shore town in South Jersey in Cape May county. Popular vacation spot. Has many hotels, two miles of boardwalk with a few amusement parks, and a very annoying tram system that rides up and down the board.
Wildwood basically refers to these four towns: Wildwood, Wildwood Crest, North Wildwood, and West Wildwood.
As I was walking down the Wildwood boardwalk, the tram came up behind me and the old lady pulled the trigger to make the nasally, pre-recorded woman say "Watch the tram car, please. Watch the tram car, please."
Once a part of the world's history, these things have become obsolete due to cell phones. More and more are disapearing and soon we'll all die from radiation going through our ears due to cell phones and cell towers.
Pay phones in the United States are usually tall, glass boxes with a door and usually have a telephone book with it. The cost can vary.
My cell phone wasn't working and the town took away all the pay phones, so I was stuck in my car.