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  • 95 83
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 19, 09 at 3:10am

    Yes, but did she take half-an-hour and hit both of the adjoining cars in the process?

  • 92 82
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 19, 09 at 2:14am

    Yeah, 212 is not a cell, plus that does sound like more of a Texas thing.

  • 81 68
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 7, 09 at 6:36pm

    mmm. That's sorta a texas thing too?

  • 83 73
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 3, 09 at 1:16am

    212 has been the Manhattan landline area code since...let me look that up. 1947. I would think people can retain their numbers. Or have text capabilities from house phones.

  • 83 73
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 10, 09 at 6:36pm

    that would not happen in a 631 area... let's be serious.... maybe upstate but forsure not the island

  • 90 87
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 19, 09 at 2:25am

    212 is maryland, its is a cell phone!

  • 84 78
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 1, 09 at 12:23pm

    I watched a cop parallel park a horse in Baltimore City the other day.

  • 75 60
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 7, 09 at 2:46am

    i know...they always fuck that up in florida and get into a fender bender

  • 79 71
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 11, 09 at 3:29am

    this could be one of the funniest things I've ever read

  • 91 98
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 18, 09 at 4:26pm

    Occasionally here in Texas too.

  • 77 77
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 22, 09 at 12:31pm

    I dont know about you people.. But she MIGHT have been visiting New York from either texas, maryland, florida, wherever u guys are claiming the area code is from... I live in suffolk county and i know for a fact they ride hroses in the city. She could of really just been a noob to The city life and wasnt expecting it.

  • 78 84
    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 6, 09 at 9:17pm

    212 is new York city. She's probly a cop.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on May 18, 09 at 6:33pm

    how do you have a 212 area code on a cell phone?