A leafy American suburb located in the heart of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Other definitions portray Doylestown as one of two things; a drug haven littered with drunk teens, or a yuppie town with sweater wearing yuppie fags. The reality falls in between, and most people in "D-town" as it is so affectionately called, are normal, though admittedly hard working people. Population hovers around 10,000.
Women are reasonably good looking and often drunk or buzzed, but I won't kid you; this isn't a Southern drinking town littered with beautiful women.
Doylestown is a hub for surrounding areas that includes law offices, a courthouse, small businesses, and famed high school football powerhouse Central Bucks West. Lately, they have been mediocre.
Police in Doylestown are quite good, if a little bit too strict. There is not a drug dealer on every corner whatsoever, this isn't some trashy, ghetto town at all. These other definers rip Doylestown down for being a yuppie paradise, and simultaneously destroy it for being a seedy drug haven. It's neither.
Personally, I know many people that laud Doylestown for its small town charm, even though those same people will grumble about the tough driving and parking conditions. Such is life in a small town.
1) Hey let's meet up at Doylestown, hit up a few bars
2) Okay, sounds good, that's a fairly cool town