A northern Virginia suburb of Washington DC where mixtures of white, upper class, families, live among the lower and less fortunate families, thus forming a perfect environment for raising kids and selling crack.
Yo homie you wanna hop in my dads escalade and get a dime bag in downtown Centreville after football practice?
Contrary to popular belief, Centreville is not "the ghetto" or a high crime rated area. While it does have an upper class and nice houses, it is full of little hoodlums who like to think they are real "gangsta" and "gang bang" but really have nothing better to do then talk ebonics and try to act "hardcore". All anybody ever does it run their mouth. You send some of these kids to say Jersey or New York and the end result would be one to remember.
"Man those white kids in Centreville "Cville"
are so annoying. And those black kids, they be missin some teef!"
A suburb of Washington D.C., consisting of higher, middle and lower class citizens. There are no bridges, gangs, or any of that; Centreville is a pretty average place. It is located in Fairfax County, Virginia.
There are no 'gangs' here, just wanna-be gangstas who don't hustle anything more than chewing gum. I would know, I've only lived in Centreville all my life.
A city containing affluent middle class (upper to lower) citizens located in northern Virginia, just 26 miles from Washington, D.C. The little dot on the map lays right over Jamie's Coffee House, the most happenin' place in town!
Many people like to claim that Centreville is "ghetto", but this is not the case. There are no gangs here. Ever. There is no bridge in Centreville either, as some other definition suggests. There is a highway overpass, however, though that was only recently added. There are also no gangs. EVER.
Hey, man, Centreville is pretty boring, because there's no parks or anything -- if you want to hang out there you have to lay down some hard cash or ELSE.
A wasteland in southern Illinois. 10 miles from St.Louis, MO.
If you want to catch a disease, use a public restroom in Centreville, IL
Centreville, Maryland is perhaps the most boring and undiverse destination on the planet.
Despite what home developers might try to tell you, this town is located about 20 minutes from Kent Island and Easton, 40 minutes from Annapolis, and an hour or so from DC, Baltimore, and Ocean City.
Centreville consists mainly of corn fields, farms, and a few new developments.
Queen Anne's County High School has a student population of about 1,175. QA football is no joke. The Lions' main rival is Kent Island, and random acts of vandalism by students are not uncommon.
Rednecks swarm in the Food Lion/McDonald's parking lot on weekend nights. You probably can't go out without seeing someone you know.
We trick our trucks out...straight pipes, modified exhaust, jacked up tires.
Hunting and fishing are extremely popular.
The term "chicken neckers" was coined by Eastern shore natives to describe residents who moved from "the western shore" (Annapolis, PG County, etc).
Circle and Little Kidwell are probably the only places you'll be able to buy drugs.
Watch out for monstrous tractors on the road that might run you over.
These Centreville kids don't know how to party.
Located about 30-40 minutes from the District of Columbia, Centreville is populated by a mixture of single family homes, townhouses and condos. A somewhat high asian population and a growing mexican population inhibits Centreville. Caucasion families are still the dominant race. A lot of yuppies that commute into the DC-metro area live in Centreville for the slightly lower housing costs Centreville has to offer. Some nightlife points of interest: Centreville multiplex, Ned Devines and that's about it. Restaurants: Bonefish, Sweetwater Tavern, Carrabas, Ruby Tuesday, Charlie Changs, Glory Days, O'Tooles.
Centreville is full of yuppies and small growing families.