One of the mostly known cities in Central Jersey, New Brunswick is located within Middlesex County, surrounded on all four sides by Highland Park, East Brunswick, North Brunswick, and Franklin. New Brunswick is probably most known to be where Rutgers University and the famous "grease trucks" are located. Most of the people who live in New Brunswick are either black or hispanic, with specks of other ethnicites. Over the past couple of years, housing has inproved considerable due to the construction of many new housing complexes. Also, crime within New Brunswick has decreased dramatically over the years. The main street infamous for drug activity is Remsen Ave.
Yo, let's go down to the Jamaican place on Remsen to get some herb.
A filthy, disgusting, or morally corrupt place.
The "cesspool" of Canada.
New Brunswick is a horrible place to live. The people here are a scab on the backside of Canada.
a canadian province on the east coast of canada, right beside maine. part of the maritimes beautiful woods, wicked beer.
"i'm from new brunswick"
1)We stayed overnight in New Brunswick, it was getting late, Quebec city could wait till morning.
2)We stayed over night in New Brunswick, it was getting late, New York City could wait til' morning.
A city (not a county) in New Jersey
that is located off Exit 9 of the New Jersey Turnpike
. Home of Rutgers University, it receives little attention for being the midway point between New York
, but his home to the locally famous grease trucks
which have perfected putting an entire meal on one sandwich.
On the way from Philly to New York, I stopped in New Brunswick for a "fat bitch" cause I was starving.
The New Jersey of Canada.
New Brunswick sucks.
maritime canadian province, often forgotten by the rest of canada. only other place in canda with a significant french population, although they still only consititue 25% of the people. americans tried to make it join the usa after the 1776 revolution, but new brunwick was indifferent. really not much going on here today.
new brunswick is pretty boring.
Annoyingly long stretch of road when travelling from Maine to your final vacation destination of Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island.
3 hours of driving through this boring place (new brunswick) and we'll finally be in Charlottetown. Hope East Saint John doesn't smell too bad today.