10 Snobbiest Places In New York. I am sooooo glad and not surprised LB is not on this list.

Screen Shot 2015-08-26 at 11.19.56 AMSome website called Roadsnacks did a post on the 10 snobbiest places in NY. What is this list all based on? Who knows. I’m just happy Long Beach isn’t one of them. [update: it does say how they came up with this list on the bottom of the article].

Looking at this list, I cannot understand why you’d want to live anywhere else, but Long Beach. I mean, Garden City has some good facilities, but it’s a town you drive 25 mph through and it’s snobby. Huntington has the best downtown on Long Island, but not to be a snob or anything, there is no REAL beach or boardwalk. RVC has some good stuff, but those people are snobby because of the Diocese. I can go on and on. And not to be snobby or anything, but none of these places listed have a REAL beach and boardwalk. So why even bother living anywhere else, but Long Beach. I’m not trying to be snob or anything. Just stating the facts.

Anyway, here is the list. Roadsnacks These Are The 10 Snobbiest Places In New York

  1. Garden City
  2. Huntington
  3. Rockville Centre
  4. Massapequa
  5. Melville
  6. White Plains
  7. Syosset
  8. New City
  9. Saratoga Springs
  10. Merrick


28 Replies to “10 Snobbiest Places In New York. I am sooooo glad and not surprised LB is not on this list.”

  1. Ha, I see what you did there.

    As for the article, it’s a pretty big stretch based on the criteria. I grew up in one of those towns, wasn’t all that great.

  2. “And it’s not like residents can’t afford it. With salaries of 100K plus, $455,400 for a home is just pocket change.” Whaaaaaaaaaaaaat? A half a million dollars is pocket change if you make 100k a year? I’m trying to not be upset by a listicle but dumb dummies will read this idiotic bullshit and think it’s true AND NOW I AM UPSET!

  3. Anthony, RVC is snobby because of the Diocese? What does that mean? That’s like saying Long Beach isn’t snobby bc of the temples — makes no sense

  4. Hey Bit, I did read the article, and I have three degrees. There is no sarcasm — only poison darts — in the implication that a Catholic town is snobby because it is the diocesan seat. Not cool nor funny

  5. Whatever way you intended it — sarcasm or joke — your diocesan line was callous. I thought this was a forum, and I took exception to what you wrote bc it affronts my beliefs. However, I guess I cannot have a contrarian point of view to your authorship. I appreciate your efforts and this blog, but do not appreciate being silenced with a snarky, untrue rebuke. Jokes aimed at religion are not clever nor funny.

  6. What are you talking about- jokes aimed at religion are ALWAYS funny. Ones aimed at the Catholic Church? Priceless!

    Any cult that hates gays, women and premarital sex while pushing hate is fair game for mockery.

  7. Your article is bigoted bull. You snuck in an insult at Catholic Church because you have some sort of problem . RVC is a normal middleclass village. Obviously you have certain issues with old fasion middle class normalcy. You invince the attitude of the liberal 1960’s hippies who ruined America.

  8. You reveal yourself when you say you can’t understand why somebody would want to live outside of LB. It shows alack of maturity on your part. There is a big world out there across the LB bridges. Maybe you should check it out.

  9. I find it fascinating that you are ignorant enough to believe that Catholicism is a cult. I’d like to invite you to my parish here in Long Beach to meet with new immigrants, tour the donation center, listen to our outreach counselors, witness the kindnesses of your neighbors, and perhaps to bury your anger alongside your narrow-mindedness.

  10. I find it fascinating that a Catholic would call me ignorant because I’m quite certain that your Jesus action hero would be all forgiving and whatnot of my narrow mindedness. I mean, he like made me or something like that, right?

    But I’m sure your religion is really kind without an ounce of oppression, violence or hatred towards feminism.

  11. The Catholic church may be many, many things but I don’t believe it can be accurately described as a ” cult” as that term is popularly understood.
    It would be nice to know if Allison B would take Carly up
    on her invitation.
    Perhaps after seeing the good work that is being done even Allison B might find it possible to act in a conciliatory manner rather than hurl insults at the many good people who practice that ancient but troubled religion.
    While I frequently admire Allisons passion and dedication to issues I also find myself cringing at times when she displays intolerance and refusal to consider the views of others that takes her over the line into the world of extremists that are causing so much trouble everywhere.

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