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Nevada83's avatar

Do you think that the outline of the state of New Jersey looks like an old woman?

Asked by Nevada83 (588points) October 20th, 2018

My friend thinks it does…I mean, I could kind of see the bottom half being a dress or something, but other than that, I don’t see it.

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rebbel's avatar

If your friend means a bust of a woman, yeah, I can see that.
She’s looking West.

flutherother's avatar

I can see it too. It looks like she’s hunchbacked and wearing a flat hat.

Zaku's avatar

I can see it as a bust looking west, sitting in a chair, with a certain kind of hat on.

janbb's avatar

Wait – that would mean I live in her butt! Not sure I like that comparison.

chyna's avatar

^Well being a penguin your butt is your most prevalent feature, so….

janbb's avatar

^^ If this weren’t in General, I’d smack you around with my flippers. Or sit on you!

JLeslie's avatar

@janbb What I see doesn’t have her butt, it’s just a bust of the woman from the top of her hat down to just below her….bust.

janbb's avatar

^^ That’s a relief!

zenvelo's avatar

@janbb where you live is more on the shoulder…

It looks to me more like a profile of Bart Simpson…

janbb's avatar

So what’s the protuberance on the bottom?

Brian1946's avatar

I can see the resemblance to an elderly lady wearing a flat hat, and I also see @zenvelo‘s comparison of NJ to a profile of Bart Simpson.

Given the flatness of its “head”, and the coastal protrusion east of Edison and south of NYC (which looks like a hump), I see a resemblance to Frankenstein’s monster with advanced osteoporosis.

ucme's avatar

A similar figure can be seen in the shape of Great Britain.
I see an old man sitting in a rocking chair wearing a battered old hat, Ireland becomes the newspaper he’s reading. Go on, look & see, you require only your imagination.

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