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Holmdel is a town in New Jersey. See Barnes and Noble.
Did you go to the Holmdel Barnes and Noble?

Yeah, I found the whole town there!
by jonesmcbob June 03, 2005
 
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Holmdel is a town in New Jersey. Most people know of it only because of the PNC Bank Arts Center. Holmdel has huge houses, each with a basketball hoop even if there are no kids living in the house. While driving you'll see THE nicest cars until a random deer decides to pop out of nowhere. If you live in Holmdel you know of the following: BestBuy, the smell of skunk, how to illegally access the parkway, roadkill, the mysterious Emu one town over that are supposed to be extinct, HHS sucks, the red flashing lights on Bethany for the train don't necessarily mean stop because the damn train takes an hour to get there - but who is stupid enough to try and cross the tracks with the arms down anyway, there is a local Sears you pass by every now and then, but never go in, you've gone well over the speed limit on South Holland, and your business is everyone else's in a matter of five seconds. The best things to do in Holmdel are ... oh, that's right, nothing.
In Holmdel your best friend is boredom.
by brandon April 05, 2005
 
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Holmdel is a town in New Jersey. Holmdel consists of your house, some neighboring houses, Holmdel High School, Holmdel Park, and Hazlet Multiplex. Wait that last one isn't in Holmdel, never mind.
I can't wait to get out of Holmdel
by st November 28, 2004
 
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A township in Monmouth County, New Jersey. It is a suburb of New York City. To many people, Holmdel is considered to be a haven near "the top of the pyramid" for the upper middle class. Many families in Holmdel neighbor elite status compared to the rest of America. Keep in mind there are a few working class families in Holmdel as well.

If you can make enough money to maintain a home between Bethany Road, The train tracks, Laurel avenue, Middletown Road, Crawfords Corner, 520, Rt. 34, and Line Road you can expect much privacy and beautiful landscapes.

The school systems are overrated. It is better to send your kids to a private school.

Many children grow up complacent because there family's are so well off. Then, the school system ignores many children and only students who are gifted in some extraordinary way get the attention. Instead of developing each student to work hard and realize their full potential, they ignore kids and let them fail. When these children get into middle school and high school they meet drug dealers and get in trouble with the law. The school system has no idea how to help these cases, and because of this, the town will face some adversity in the near future.

Law Enforcement in Holmdel is in abundance. It is difficult to go more than a day without seeing a police car. Many police officers are confrontational and aggressive. Others are very helpful.
Holmdel has its share of problems, but if you can sustain a home in Holmdel it could be beneficial.
by holmdelkid1188 April 04, 2011
 
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Holmdel is a town in central New Jersey. It consists of 4 schools, Holmdel Park, your house, your neighbor's house, Temptations, and the Holmdel Commons.
Holmdel is a boring place to be.
by jane April 02, 2005