Absecon, New Jersey:
*Located in eastern Atlantic County.
*US Census Population: 9,136.
*Average household income: $65,194
According to AbseconNJ.gov, Absecon is home to parks, playgrounds, recreational facilities, a boat ramp, a Field of Dreams and more.
Definition: According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary: “ relate to, have, or appeal to unconventional tastes, particularly in sex.”
A rather shocking article reveals that a study found this small town to be “the funniest town in New Jersey.”
According to Roadsnacks.com, Absecon buys “the craziest stuff online”.
How exactly did you determine this information? Here it is:
“To rank how kinky a city is, we simply had to see which cities in New Jersey bought the most sex toys from Adam & Eve, the online adult and novelty adult toys market. It’s actually pretty easy to figure out when you know where people are buying adult toys.
We have calculated all data on a per capita basis, which means that these are orders per person, not a raw number of total spend in US dollars or the number of orders. That keeps us from putting the biggest cities at the top because they have the most residents.”
And here you thought your purchases were anonymous!
According to the study, Absecon’s good people placed 5.77 orders per 1,000 people. Apparently that’s the highest in the state.
Broken down by numbers, since Absecon only has a little more than 9,000 inhabitants, that’s “only” a total of around 52 buyers.
So, 52 people ruined it for everyone!
(If you’re looking for those 52 people, they might be the ones walking around with a smile on their face! —- Sorry, we couldn’t resist.)
Rather than take this as a negative, let’s just say, “Cheers to you Absecon folks!”
By the way, the rest of the top 10 kinkiest cities in New Jersey has a varied list, including the cities of Burlington, Newark, Freehold, Raritan, Audubon, Oakland, Camden, Harrison, and Woodbury.
If, while reading the list, you saw a certain city and thought: “It happens”, then we salute you!
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