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Almost every address has a number and name followed by avenue, circle, court, place, street, etc. ~

A pet peeve of mine is when people write an address and leave off the last part, eg 100 Central instead of 100 Central Ave. Why do they do this? Does it bother you?
DragonFruit · 61-69, M
There's a place just outside the St.Louis city limits, in the suburb of Claytonq, where Clayton Road intersects with Clayton Avenue (neither of which is a small/short roadway.....so it makes a big difference whether an address is on one or the other
JustNik · 46-50, F
Depends on if I can still get to the right place. If there’s only one Central, I don’t care. If there’s a 100 Central Ave and a 100 Central St, then just Central is more of a hint than an address.
Even better when it's a directionally zoned city.
Correct would be something like 100 1st street NW and they give 100 1st.
I've never noticed but I always say the whole thing.
Lilymoon · 46-50, F
Yeah that's just laziness or stupidity lol 🤦‍♀️

 
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