A small pathetically deteriorating city in South Jersey
and is considered the skid mark of Cumberland County
. Normal people reluctantly drive through it to travel to more important cities the Garden State has to offer. It is composed of rednecks, wannabe gangsters, drug addicts, teen pregnancy
, and your occasional college scholar who eventually moves out and never returns. While driving through the city please be careful for the natives tend to run in front of your car in the middle of the day either chasing after a ball or a female. Rotten collapsing structures, also known as historical sites are unpleasant to see and do not be surprised to see 10 or more underaged pregnant women with strollers carrying more children walking down one street. It is one of those cities where the only difference between a cop and a criminal is that a criminal makes more money... Illegal immigration
activity are considered hobbies and car insurance is encouraged for the possibility of a hit and run accident buy an intoxicated
guy 1 "Hey man i went to Bridgeton the other day"
guy 2 "Really? How was it?"
guy 1 "A drunk
hit my parked car with his pickup truck and drove off, the police tried the trace his Pennsylvania
license plates but they were fake
guy 2 "Awwe dude that stinks, are the police
guy 1 "No they just wrote me a ticket
and drove away"
a small shit hole that sucks the life right out of you. 35% of the population is balck, 62% is mexican and 3% is white. it's a sad excuse for a city.
i'm going to bridgeton or little mexico. i'll have to pick up some tacos on my way home.
The most boring city in north carolina thats so small, its like, microscopic
hey, want to go ride around bridgeton?" "Naw, man that place is so boring.
A small industrial town located in South Jersey. It was at one time filled with a plethora of businesses and manufacturers, but is now more noted for its points of historical interest.The Hill Crest Tavern which was once a stage coach stop; The "Seven Sisters" buildings and information center which was once the Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines in the late 1800's are just some of the sites still standing.
Bridgeton has some of the oldest buildings from the 19th century still intact.