Let me just say I don't think we are stuck up at all. I also don't believe we have an accent. Abercrombie and Fitch/ Hollister aren't expensive at all so I don't see what the big deal is about. I will admit I thought EVERYONE has been to Cape Cod but appraently not. I love having all
four seasons. A woman I know has a one floor (very small) house and it's worth 225,000 which is an average price for a house I suppose. Mine is 400,000 and it's a raised ranch. Neither of the houses have pools. The majority of 6th graders have cell phones (average age to get one). If you don't have one in 6th then most likely 7th. You can count the number of 8th graders on one hand who don't have one (I actually got mine in 5th). Oh yah, not everyone's preppy although the majority is. I don't believe polo's are really that preppy but okay. We are not stuck up snobs or anything and it's so annoying when people stereotype like that. I love designer things but not everyone does. Not all of us are spoiled but it depends on your definition of spoiled I guess. The day I turn 16 I am promised a car but it makes sence to get a car once you can drive doesn't it? I don't know what else to say so I'll stop here.
Okay, I was in Vermont this past winter (like 3 months ago) and I was talking to these people who were from Connecticut..too. We went skiing/snowboarding together and we talked to some people and every single time they asked, "Where are you from?" and we replied, "Connecticut," they either said, "WOW! so you're really rich?" or "Oh, okay talk to you later bye..." and left and it gets very annoying. This one girl even walked into me on purpose at the bottom of the hill! Please be nice and stop stereotyping.
by Kristinn. March 20, 2007
Success state. Get good education and grow up successful. Great hometown to people. No bad storms.
1. "I got my Masters Degree in Connecticut!"

2. "I'm an actress from connecticut!"

3. "Awww. I remember those days growing up in Connecticut. Good times."

4. "Thank goodness the storm only hit south eastern USA. Thank goodness not here."
by Snowangelsinthesummer February 21, 2011
A bankrupt (both morally and financially) person who lives in a very old worthless termite infested shack somewhere surrounded by trees, who has little life experience and a very high opinion of himself. A degenerate who makes a living by searching for a line somewhere on a piece of paper for the sole purpose of screwing others. An ill tempered individual who speaks with a condescending tone to and yells at anyone who doesn’t look like him. One who specializes in using people and then throwing them out like oranges. A very smart highly educated psychopath who lost touch with his humanity a long time ago, and will do absolutely anything just to have a little bit more than his fair share of a shrinking pie.
Normal person:

“Nice NCAA tournament this year, are you from Connecticut?”

Person from Connecticut:

“Fuck you. You are gay.”
by R.E.M. - Losing My Religion April 10, 2011
New Jersey IS the richest state by median household income and Connecticut is fourth, behind NJ, Maryland and Hawaii. This information is according to the US Census Bureau 2005/06, which is comparably a more updated and official source than U.S. News and World Report 2003. It is amazing how uneducated YOU ARE to so adamantly trash talk a state that you have obviously never lived in. In addition I think it is rather ironic to your statement that New Jersey has the best public education program in the nation.
I was born and raised in New Jersey and lived all over the state. For the past three years I have lived in Connecticut, living in Trumbull, Fairfield, and now Bridgeport (in the Black Rock area) during that time. Connecticut is a nice state but it is quite boring overall in comparison to New Jersey and falls short of Jersey's greatness.
- New Jersey borders New York City and Philadelphia where Connecticut is annoyingly far from NYC and Boston. It drives me nuts when people in Fairfield County especially, front like they are from the City. You can't actually SEE the skyline from your town, no matter where you are in CT.
- New Jersey has a world famous stretch of shore line (and for those who don't know Seaside Heights is only one dirty square mile of the shore) and Connecticut has the polluted LI Sound that has no waves (that makes surfing pretty hard huh).
- In Connecticut you cannot buy alcohol on Sundays and every other day liquor stores shut down at 9 PM! If you're from Jersey you know that when when the liquor stores close at 10 you go to the bars that double as liquor stores, something that CT does not do.
- Unless you're in New Haven (probably the coolest city in CT in my opinion) Connecticut pizza is garbage! North Jersey pizza is real NY pizza and South Jersey pizza is Philly. I don't eat pizza unless I'm in New Haven or I'm visiting family in Jersey or the City.
- Connecticut's music scene is inferior in comparison to NJ's as well. Probably the best band to come out of the state is Hatebreed!
- Connecticut has no major sport teams (RIP Hartford Whalers), they only have UCONN. Jersey has the Giants (super champs) and the Jets (who suck), the Nets, and the Devils (best team in the NHL). Not too mention the Yanks and Mets if you're in North Jersey and all the Philly Teams down south. In Jersey it doesnt take a two hour train ride to get to the Bronx!
- On a side note, Bridgeport is NOT a scary place, shits weak. Try Camden, Newark, Jersey City, etc. And CT's greenery is weak too. I could really go on forever, and I would never feel the need to prove a point if authors like "Jeffrey Fortenberry" weren't so ignorantly offensive.
... I'm sorry if I offended anyone but people are ignorant. I like living in Connecticut sometimes, but it's no comparison to New Jersey. Seriously unless you are driving past Newark on the Jersey Pike (which looks and smells like shit for 5 miles), Jersey does not smell! NJ is the Garden State for a reason! Even our produce is better than CT's, especially our Tomatoes! That's all I have to say for now, I'm rambling.
jersey head: Yo I've been at the surf comp all day in Belmar all day and I haven't eaten yet, I'm gonna hit up White Castle and cop a 10 sac on the way up to Hoboken, I'm meetin some kids at Washington St we're taking the shuttle at 8:30 open bar starts at 9 at McFaddens tonight. Be there its gonna be sick.

connecticut head: Word-up could you pick me up some booze I dont have time, I gotta leave my house in woods at 5 to catch the 5:45 and then I gotta transfer when I get to grand central and catch the 8:45, I'll call you when I'm in times square.

jersey head: word-up I hope that doesnt run you too much, our shuttle is $4 round trip, open bar is 30.
by cheetah cash March 17, 2008
A tiny state where half of its population live with a domesticated chimpanzee while the other half will saw off one of their own arms as soon as it becomes necessary, and they all misrepresent their income in census time in order to keep alive the myth that their state is rich.
If you are from Connecticut, you are:

A) Living with a domesticated chimpanzee that may or may not rip out you or your neighbor’s face at any time.

B) You might at some point in the near future saw off your own arm with a saw.

C) You have and will most likely continue to misrepresent your level of income to the census takers in order to keep alive the myth that your tiny state is rich.

D) A and C.

E) B and C.

F) All of the above.
by Tradewinds November 17, 2011
In the summer of 2010 a group of folks from Connecticut with perfect hygiene traveled to South Africa to support their favorite soccer team in the world cup. However after their team’s defeat in the early rounds, the group got lost on their way to the airport and were subsequently eaten by lions.
Headline News: The lawyer for a group of South African lions has filed a lawsuit against the State of Connecticut for exporting rotten meat.
the best of the fifty states. we're the richest, the smartest, and we have the best location "between boston and new york."

even though there are some poor people hiding between the cracks of such rich towns as avon, westport, fairfield, and greenwich, whenever a connecticutian leaves the state they will be asked how rich they are.

a lot of new yorkers have second houses here. lots of famous people also have houses here, like 50 cent, paul newman, dave letterman, and whoopi goldberg.

everyone in connecticut pops their collar.
"where are you from?"

"connecticut"

"oh so you're rich right?"

".....yes."
by martha March 04, 2005
The Best State in the Country, home to the rich, famous, and well educated. The envy of the rest of the states but do we care what your knock-off prada wearing, honda driving states think. NO. So shut up and get back to mowing our lawns. Please and thank you. love CT.
Your such a bitch

Are you from Connecticut?

No

Then I don't give a flying fuck what you think
by CTlova5 August 25, 2010

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