That part of Connecticut that is a suburban hellhole, a middle-class nightmare. It includes any place with easy access to Interstate 91 and Interstate 95 from New Haven south. Patheticut spawns upwardly-mobile yuppie scum who go north to Vermont for a second home or vacation, and then ruin that place as well. People from Patheticut act like crabs in a basket - as soon as one gets near the top, another will grab its dangling lower exremity to pull itself up, thereby pulling the other down. The only way to get out is to crawl over someone else.
Commonly a teenager, usually male, who dresses the part of a snowboarder but has no skills. Everything in their kit matches and is expensive; often adorned with unnecessary trend items like bandanas. A snowboarder who accessorizes like a teenage girl. Their gear resembles a costume - in a lineup they could be the seventh village person.
It's the weekend - the terrain park is stacked with sparkletarts from Patheticut and Dirty Jerz. Let's blow it off and hit the trees.
These are the gray hairs that live above your sideburns, usually the first gray hairs to appear on a man that is destined to grow into Male Pattern Baldness. Temple grays frame the face, and in the early years can be described as distinguished, or senatorial. Temple grays are an indicator that worse is yet to come, and commonly precede the formation of the skullet, and flesh yarmulke, or cul-de-sac.
Younger Student One: Mmmm...my prof Roger looks so handsome with those temple grays, I think I want to mount him.
Younger Student Two: Better do it quick - before he grows one of those skullets!
The roman senator is a synonomous with male pattern baldness. So named because the remaining hair resembles the garland sometimes worn by roman senators. There is no skullet; the bald spot on top is totally formed and prominent, and it is surrounded by a corona, or crown, of hair that has not yet fallen out. There is no widow's peak in front either, it has completely succumbed to baldness. Most closely related to the cul-de-sac.
George Costanza, of the TV show Seinfeld, is sporting a roman senator.