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Today is ‘National Be Nasty Day’

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Do we really need to encourage people to be nasty here in the Garden State? Today is ‘National Be Nasty Day’, and according to examiner.com, you are encouraged to tell people to “talk to the hand” or tell them “yes you do look fat in that outfit.” Who’s bright idea was this?

For every dozen or so awesome people here in New Jersey, unfortunately, you probably come across one or two who have that nasty streak. It’s never fun to encounter and it kind of ruins your day too. So why in the world would we celebrate it? And why would we ask people who aren’t normally nasty to give it a try today? Just what we need, a push to add more nasty! The whole thing is getting me in a bad mood. I guess it’s working!


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