1. East Stroudsburg is a borough in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located in the Poconos region of the state. Originally known as "Dansbury", East Stroudsburg was renamed for geographic reasons when the Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western Railroad opened a station in town.
Its population has shown a slow, steady escalation from 2,648 in 1900 to 3,330 in 1910 to 6,404 in 1940 to 9,888 in 2000, according to census reports.
2. A nice quiet town that has been corrupted by an onslaught of stupid ass New Yorkers. The town is predominantly white but you wouldn't know it looking at the scum that pollutes our streets and retail stores. The area was once the home to small families and older folks and it was an ideal place to have and raise children. Now its full of drugs, crime and murder and a bunch of New Yorkers who think they're cool and can do whatever they want just because they're not from around here and they're bored. GO HOME and leave us alone!
Resident #1: East Stroudsburg is so pretty in the fall.
Resident #2: It used to be before the New Yorkers got here.