SNOB: nouna person who imitates, cultivates, or slavishly admires social superiors and is condescending or overbearing to others.
SNUB: verb (used with object),snubbed,snub·bing.
to treat with disdain or contempt, especially by ignoring.
to check or reject with a sharp rebuke or remark. *Or a person who believes himself or herself an expert or connoisseur in a given field and is condescending toward or disdainful of those who hold other opinions or have different tastes regarding this field.
A snub-snob is a hefty combo of the two...you're first made to feel small, then unworthy of belonging in that group location/atmosphere.
OK, now that we got that out of the way, here is some of what you guys shared on Facebook...(keep scrolling to see the final results of the top 5 snobbiest towns in New Jersey according to you!)
Thank you for your Facebook comments, App Chat messages, and phone calls...we have officially narrowed down your input from all of those sources to give you the:
TOP 5 SNOBBIEST TOWNS IN NEW JERSEY (ACCORDING TO YOU)
5. Colts Neck
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