A common last name in areas such as Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and other shires within the UK.
Many Sutton families are traditionally interested in farming, and within the family there is usually a "Samuel Sutton" who tends to be known within the families and by others as "Sam Sutton".
Sutton families tend to be lighthearted, funny and down to earth, aswell as being obvious farm lovers.
"why that be the sutton family on their farm oo arr"
"oh aye and theres little sam sutton on his tractor!"
A place in South London. It is full of chavs and abnormal people (such as the Wizard of Sutton, a man who dresses up as Albus Dumbledore, who has a black cat on a lead and a dog that often runs off. He wears a purple cape and carries a stick).
Some parts of Sutton are nice, cross over the street and you're back to chavland again. I wouldn't recommend living here, or moving here. Just don't. It sucks.
An example of what you would find happening on the High Street in Sutton:
Man: *walks past, briefly looks at a chav*
Chav: WHY YOU STARIN' FOR? DATS BARE RUDE, IMA BANG YOU UP NOW!
1. A town in South London
2. A charmless, pigeon infested concrete grief-hole which has the quirky characteristic of descending alarmingly into poverty and social deprivation the further one travels down the high street. By the time you have reached the bottom all you will find is a drug conselling centre, job centre plus, and a drive thru burger king which doubles as a major thoroughfare for the local rat population.
If you are short of something to do, you could always join the permanent gathering of Superking-puffing reprobates outside ASDA, get some boss-eyed teenager pregnant (in the horrible knowledge that in 3 years she will look like Chief Sitting Bull in a puffa jacket with a lesbian peroxide crewcut), or simply quietly roll a .44 calibre round into the smith and wesson revolver you are packing and blow your brains out.
Despite the best efforts of the local authorities to gentrify the area by adorning it with ghastly wooden sculptures (which, incidently, look like they were hewn by a 5 year old with downs syndrome) and repaving it multiple times at the cost of millions of pounds, Sutton remains a prime candidate for conversion to a ballistic missile target range.
Before this inevitably happens, make sure to come along on a saturday afternoon so that you can enjoy hating the merry-go-round of talentless fuckheads with microphones and musical instruments that cut the stinking air with their Butlins redcoat inspired musical performances.
Man: So where are you from? I would love to take you out on a date some time!
He's a good ole' country boy. He's the kind of guy that every girl wants. He's sweet, charming, hard-working, honest, caring, trustworthy, respectful & has a good sense of humor. He's also tall, dark, & handsome. He'll be one of the best things that will ever happen to you, whether it be a friendship, or a love relationship. He's basically amazing in every way possible & it's hard not to fall in love with him once you meet him.
Also known as Slutton, this small town in hickville nowhere is populated by coked out losers, disgusting players, slutty girls who look like whales or transvestites and crazy old people! There are very seldom awesome people in such a fail town. It's dead in the winter and just hopping at our beaches in the summer by curry and people who pee in our water.
Population: Like, 12.
Person 1: "BUSH PARTY!"
Person 2: *Snorts something*
Person 1: *sexes person 2*
Other person from Keswick or something: "Dude, we must be in Slutton."
Person 1: "YOU MEAN SUTTON" *goes back to sexing*
Sutton is a podunk town in Worcester County, Massachusetts (area code 508, zip code 01590) about 10 miles north of the border between Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island and approximately 50 miles from Boston.more...
Routes 146 and 122 which serve as quick ways out of town.
Tony's Pizza (this is as close as I could get to a reason to bother stopping here... it's damn good stuff).
Package store (lots of people use alcohol to get through boredom).
A couple stop signs (there's a few lights too, but, really... not enough to count them).
Still more trees.
A half-decent school (I gots muh learnin' hare).
Clean air (the Blackstone River funk doesn't loom over Sutton the way it does in other nearby towns).
Purgatory Chasm (a glacier left this behind... I left 2 pa...
The other reviews about Sutton seem to have been written by teenagers who have had poor personal experiences of living in Sutton - they definitely have not given a true and fair idea of what the place is actually like; quite the reverse ! In fact, it is generally a very pleasant town within Greater London on the edge of Surrey, about ten miles from the centre of London. It has very low crime levels compared with most areas of London, with serious crime very low - in fact, out of the 33 London boroughs, only two have better (i.e. lower) crime figures. The only concern of any significance is low-level disorderly conduct, and this maybe what the other reviews are picking up on. However, the reality is that this is a well established middle-class suburb, within easy commuting distance of the city.
it is a pleasant prosperous area with a thriving local economy and a reputation for being in the “cleaner and greener” borough with the best recycling rates in London and the UK’s first development of eco-friendly housing. The main High Street has many up-market shops, bars and restaurants such as a really nice branch of Waterstones, the UK’s first ever All Bar One and a branch of a small chain of four really good French restaurants run by the celebrity chef, Malcolm John - it’s called Brasserie Vacherin. Also the area is home to some of the best grammar schools in Britain, including Sutton Boy’s Grammar and Wilson’s. Last but not least, culture- vultures will be pleased about the two theatres, the Secombe centre in the centre of town and the Charles Cryer theatre in neighbouring village, Carshalton, a mile down the road. All in all, a very pleasant spot and well worth moving to!