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A city of superficial attitudes, inflated egos and very narrow minds. The pursuit of materialism, excess, and keeping up with the Jones, is the rule in this Phoenix suburb of 250,000 residents, where people brag about the money they have and show off their car to gain recognition. They think money and materialism, instead of people and experiences, are the most important things in life. It’s a place where people often ignore you if--God forbid--you look only average. You get weird looks from people at the Scottsdale Fashion Square if you are not wearing the latest trendy wardrobe. Known to many locals as Snobbsdale or Snottsdale, its swankiness makes it home to many of the Phoenix area’s most trendy establishments: Nordstrom, Barney’s New York, Gucci and Kenneth Cole. And only in Scottsdale can you find restaurants that serve $70 steaks. Although most Scottsdale people wont admit it, many are probably on the verge of foreclosure, due to excessive credit card debt and ridiculous spending that will soon turn them poor like the rest of us. Gosh, then they wont be able to frequent their numerous golf courses, country clubs and resorts. What’s a rich person gotta do?

Scottsdale thinks its so rich, but is actually only upper middle-class. Heck, it isnt even the richest city in Arizona or Maricopa County. So I have no idea why the people seem so snooty. Despite its perceived affluence, there is probably more loneliness and misery per-capita in Scottsdale than anywhere else.
Scottsdale is named after James Edward Scott and is also nicknamed the West's Most Western Town.
by krock1dk November 20, 2009
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Scottsdale, Arizona. Even though it is just a dry, hot and dusty place with no natural resources, people there are often snobbish and think it is a very prestigious place to live because it has a lot of man-made features like golf courses and it is more expensive than other places in Arizona.
Those girls we met in Scottsdale were superficial bitches.
by JS January 16, 2004
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Located in Arizona as a suburb of Phoenix it is one of the richest cities in the nation where white boys think theyre ghetto and white chicks are hot. People who don't live in Scottsdale believe that everyone who lives there is a snob and generally try not to socialize with them. It also has one of the lowest percentages of African- Americans in the country.
Scottsdale is the place to be if you want to smoke some weed. All you need is a stack of dough and and you'll score some blow.

S-town up - North Scottsdale
by notaplayerjustfuckalot July 10, 2004
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Scottsdale is a city located in Maricopa County, Arizona, USA. Named by the New York Times as "The Beverly Hills of the Desert" and by Travel Channel as one of the most luxurious destinations in the nation, Scottsdale has become internationally recognized and regarded as one of the most expensive and posh areas in the United States and a premiere tourist destination.

Old Town/South Scottsdale has many streets emulating the cowboy era, stores and primarily western art galleries. Scottsdale's number of art galleries is second only to New York City. It will also soon be home to a new research center for Arizona State University. Old Town/South Scottsdale extends from McDowell Road at the city's southern border, north to Osborn Road.

Downtown Scottsdale/Civic Center/Fashion Square is very close to Old Town Scottsdale, overlapping only a mile south on Scottsdale Road. This area includes many restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Streets are usually filled with walking traffic after 10:00pm on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, as Downtown Scottsdale has one of the highest concentrations of bars and nightclubs in the country. Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall is one of the ten largest malls in the nation, with many high-end tenants including Neiman-Marcus, Nordstrom, Macy's, Burberry, Lacoste, and Louis Vuitton. Loosely, this area extends from Osborn Road north to Chaparral Road.

Central Scottsdale, an area where many shows and movies, such as Silk Stalkings, Beverly Hills 90210 and Clueless have come to shoot neigborhood scenes. Real estate in central Scottsdale is certainly booming, ranked as one of the "top 10 hot spots" by Fortune Magazine. Encompassing areas such as McCormick Ranch have seen real estate values jump from $4-500,000 to $700,000. Central Scottsdale routinely sees the demolition of older homes and new ones constructed. Some areas, such as Gainey Ranch, remain very expensive and highly desirable in the Phoenix area real estate market; homes in this area see median values in the $1-2 million range with many exceeding $5 million. This area extends from Chaparral Road north to approximately Shea Blvd. This area shares many similarities with the neighboring community of Paradise Valley, Arizona.

North Scottsdale, where most new home construction takes place. North Scottsdale is by far the most expansive area in Scottsdale. The city's borders rapidly expand to the east and west in this area, occupying the McDowell Mountain range, now preserved from development by the city. Most of the city's dozens of golf courses are located in North Scottsdale, utilizing the varied desert mountain terrain to create some of the most beautiful courses in the country. Homes in North Scottsdale see median values in the $6-700,000.00 range, with most in the area exceeding $3-4 Million in value. Many of the most expensive homes in Scottsdale are located here, selling over $20, sometimes $25 million. This area is also famous for hosting the world-renowned Barrett-Jackson Auto Show. North Scottsdale also attracts car-enthusiasts from all over the world for its collection of luxury car dealerships including Maybach, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Saleen, Lotus, McLaren, Aston Martin, Porsche, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, and Maserati.
You wish you lived in Scottsdale.
by aanonymous September 14, 2005
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A city in Maricopa County, Arizona, which is considered part of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Scottsdale has a reputation as possessing a highly affluent population, represented by its abundance of country clubs, golf courses, ratio of five nail salons to each square mile, and its retail crown jewel, the overpriced Scottsdale Fashion Square. This is part myth, however, as in fact many Scottsdale residents are actually middle class to upper-middle class and merely try to maintain an appearance of affluence by living off their overextended credit.
All the Targets in Scottsdale are full of cougars in velour tracksuits. Let's go down to Tempe Marketplace instead.
by bunnyfingers December 11, 2008
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Well, its a beautiful place in arizona. Very rich and has nice restaurants along with some wanna be new york city clubs (NYC 4 life!). The people here are mixed. Half of the white boys slang coke and weed and are going nowhere in life but to spend their parents' fortunes. the other half are actually good people but you can't score good weed off em because they are not those type of people. women are either very nice and ugly, very nice and very hot, very hot and bitchy and very bitchy and very ugly, but they all have money (for the most part). this is the place where a lot of wanna be rich girls go to to pick up real rich guys. a lot of white trash that dresses up to the club from cities like peoria, glendale, phoenix, tempe, etc. and pretend their rich. basically the place is FAKE as hell if you will. on the brighter side, there are a lot of nice peole here as well. very educated, rich and knowledgable individuals that i've encountered along the way. you just have to be here to see it. the police department is the worst ever. i hate scottsdale pd worse than i hate NYPD. they are scumbags.
dude1: yo wanna go to scottsdale and pick up some coke sluts?
dude2: fuck yeah, lets roll!!
by crazy russki September 18, 2007
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Welcome to Scottsdale,
were life revolves around fake tans, big boobs guys who are dicks, and wiggers.

life here is a popularity contest, oh yeah and it doesn't matter if you have a great personality all people care about is how pretty you are on the outside.

So who wants to live in scottsdale?
I think no one
MMM that girl from Scottsdale had BIG ASS BOOBS DUDE!
by IWantToLeaveScottsdaleNOW May 13, 2009
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An affluent suburb of Phoenix that was criticized for being a haven for the nouveau riche 60 years ago, but now that the area is verging on old money, people have developed jealously towards it. People stereotype the area for expensive mansions, but the area is mostly $450,000 single-family homes. Scottsdale also has trailers, apartments, condos, and townhomes, but people focus on the minority super-rich in the area. There's also a huge difference between South Scottsdale and North Scottsdale. Living in Scottsdale does not necessarily mean you're stuck-up...it mostly likely means you want a safe area, good schools, nice homes, excellent shopping, and world class resorts.
Scottsdale's nickname is 'Snobbsdale'.

Scottsdale is the closest thing to Hollywood in Arizona.

A lot of celebrities flock to Scottsdale because of its resorts, golfing, and low-key nature.
by EA888 July 03, 2013
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