The intersection at Magnolia Ave and College St. in Auburn, AL. Divides "downtown" Auburn from the campus of Auburn University. Called Toomer's Corner because of the store named Toomer's Drugs, which is no longer a drug store but instead an Auburn souvenir shop that sells food and lemonade. Toomer's Drugs has been located at the corner of this intersection in Auburn for over 110 years. After major athletic victories, people gather here and roll an old oak tree with toilet paper, known in Auburn as "rolling Toomer's Corner". Many local bars are located around this intersection.
I have gotten way too many late night phone calls to go pick some drunk retard up from Toomer's Corner.
by Magnus von Slaughterhausen February 25, 2010
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