A place in Britsh Columbia called Tsawwassen. Part of the municipality of Delta. Probably one of the most boring places to live. There's a lame bowling alley, no movie theaters and only two real decent places to get a meal. Oh, and the main drag (56 St) is only about 2.5kms long.
-Dude... what can we do tonight?
-I dunno man, there's nothing to do!
-I know!!! Let's go cow tipping
-Sounds like fun!
An abreviation for any village, town, city, or populated area whose legitimate name starts with T. Often used by youth to make their current location sound more "street".
I live in Tacoma, WA - T-Town.
My friend lives in Toronto - T-Town.
Ttown is also a term of endearment for Tacoma, Washington
. When you come to Ttown don’t miss our glass museum ( Dale Chihuly’s
home town) and our many shops and exhibits of urban art
. We have our own railroad, light-rail, and good bus system.
Ttown is located 30 miles south of Seattle, Washington.
Tulsa was originally named Tulsey town when it was founded back in the 19th century. It was given the nickname T-Town, and later, by the time it was an official city in1897, it's name had already been changed to Tulsa while retaining the nickname T-town.
"We're going from OKC up route 66 to T-Town."
We plan on going from OKC to T town by route 66
Reference to the city of Tulsa Oklahoma
Let's all go to T-Town!
Reference to Tuscaloosa, Alabama -- the official college town of the University of Alabama.
Also doubles as the other Tuscaloosa, Alabama nickname (as it relates to the University of Alabama football program's all-time, NCAA-leading 12 national titles): Title Town.
"This year, Bama plays Auburn at Bryant-Denny, so the Barners will get their asses kicked in T-town."
"Winning 12 national football titles -- which is more than any other school in the country -- warrants calling Tuscaloosa Title Town (T-town)."
referance to Tulsa Oklahoma. used mostly in the punk/rock/music scene.
"Crowd Chant: T-Town! WxC!"