McMANSION’S SEXY FLOOD… RESTAURANT’s HEALTH ISSUE… : YOU SAY WHO NOW!

NAME the Wayside guy who was fooling around in the shower with a girl he met at Bond Street when she grabbed on to the showerhead, broke it and completely flooded the bathroom of his McMansion.

NAME the negative attention-loving, right-leaning, respected columnist with an allegedly murky back-story who was glowing from the potential pain he caused when telling crowd about how years ago, he got to second base with a left-leaning former councilman’s ex-wife and daughter’s mother.  “I know she wanted me,.. it would have been great to (bleep) her just to piss off (insert name),” he said, among so many more classless things.

WHO from Deal posted this: “My ex wife and I lived the swingers lifestyle for many years. I remarried now and am missing the lifestyle. I talked to my wife about it and she was repulsed that I would even ask her to try it. If anyone could use me please contact.”

DID an Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce executive ban a long-time volunteer after he personally reposted an opinion piece?  The APCC exec. wrote the volunteer, “Based on this post… I wanted to clarify your role as concluded.”  When questioned, the same exec. told us the exact opposite, “The reposting of (an article) by itself would not precipitate any (action) from the Chamber.”  Whaaat?  Another APCC head confirmed the repost and that free speech was not the reason the volunteer was terminated however, we understand this fact has not been actually communicated to the former, popular volunteer.

NAME the Asbury neighbor who was caught running an extension cord to an exterior outlet in his neighbor’s yard, allegedly to power a garage heater, presumably during the winter.

WHICH Allenhurst eating establishment received a “conditional satisfactory” rating a few months ago from the Health Department?  The rating means that the “establishment was found not to be operating in substantial compliance… a reinspection shall be scheduled.”

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THE AREA'S FIRST WITH NEW YORK TIMES RECOGNIZED "HOMEGROWN GOSSIP."

THE AREA’S FIRST WITH NEW YORK TIMES RECOGNIZED “HOMEGROWN GOSSIP.”

 

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