The New Yorker, a magazine that became known for its humor after it was founded in the 1920s, still publishes one satirical piece every week. Three weeks ago, it ran an attemptedly humorous quiz about New Jersey.
While several of the jokes were about Chris Christie, one took aim at Secaucus, tying together pigs and the Secaucus prom.
Did you find it funny? If so, why?
When we showed it to the mayor, he sure didn't.
Read our exclusive story this past weekend and see what you think.