Long leg not only describes someone's a long leg; it also describes his behaviour is annoying. Such as the person sitting behind you cocks his leg up against your chair.
(In a lecture)
"Hey, don't cock your long leg up against the chair, and play with it"
"Sorry, my hormone level is high today"
Long Island is a part of New York State where all people from Manhattan look down on and make fun of and hate with a passion.
They have no culture, fashion, nightlife, etc. There is nothing to do on Long Island but go to the mall, get drunk, play cards, gossip, and do drugs. Most people who are from Long Island think they are superior and regard Manhattan as a dump. Just shows how ignorant these people are.
On the weekends Long Islanders invade Manhattan to go to the clubs, restaurants, bars. Pretty funny since they say they hate Manhattan. They ruin any part of Manhattan they visit. Once Long Island people start hanging out at a popular Manhattan club, no one from manhattan attends anymore and the club closes done.
Long Islanders have no fashion sense or style. They wear clothes from Kmart and are stuck in 1996. They couldnt tell a Versace shirt from a Kmart brand shirt.
They also could never afford to live in Manhattan.
I feel bad for anyone who knows anyone from Long island, they are as*sholes.
"Chris is from Long Island, he plays poker at night, gets drunk and wears Kmart Clothes. He says people like me from manhattan have nothing since we have the most popular musuems in the country, have the best restaurants, and best nightlife. Chris is a typical ignorant Long Islander"
I am from North Bayshore, but have lived in Various NYC bouroughs for 22 years and have NEVER heard anyone, anywhere refer to Long Island as upstate. New York State consists of "the City", "Upstate" and "Long Island".
Most Manhattanites are from nowhere near NYC, so they're opinion of what consitutes a New Yorker are irrelevent. It's hilarious that people living in MAnhattan critisize Long Island for being too rich, when the average rent there is like $2500, and a co-op starts at a Million.
Long Isand may be segregated in many sections, But the Bayshore, Brentwood, Central Islip section of South Shore Suffolk is not. It is also working class to poor. Most of the declining areas are on the south shore and lay false the claim of all rich, all rural. In fact, LI is quite overdeveloped. Rural areas don't have punishing traffic.
True, culturally, it is deficiant. There is, in fact, little to do at night or otherwise. I found it boring as hell, that's why I left.
Also, many people are provincial and lame, but not as much so as 20 or so years ago.
In the Brentwood/Bayshore area there are plenty of gangs, crack, violence, larceny and 10 dollar blowjobs from a variety of creatures. That's ghetto. Dangerous, depressing and cyclical.
"i'm from Brooklyn"
"When you move to L.I.?"
"When I was 5"
"Where you from?"
"It's beautiful, and rich"
"I'm moving from The city to somewhere nice"
"Brentwood, they got trees"
"Damn, your stupid"
One of the most misunderstood areas of our nation. Settled in 1638, the island consists of 4 counties, Kings (Brooklyn), Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk. Brooklyn and Queens are Boroughs of New York City and are therefore not generally considered part of Long Island.more...
If you are "dissing" Long Island and you are from Long Island, you are most likely from Nassau County, a stale, bizarre, and overdeveloped area full of strip malls and busy highways. It is the quintessential Long Island stereotype and unfortunately gives the rest of Long Island a bad name. If youre "dissing" Long Island and are not from Long Island, youre probably a young person from the midwest now living a hip lifestyle in New York City. You have never really been to Long Island, except maybe a friends parents home in Nassau County.
Most of Suffolk County is still very rural and has maintained much of its historical character and charm, though the integrity of these self-sustaining villages are constantly threatened by the encroaching Nassau County. Suffolk County is more like an area of New England as far as its towns and villages go. It is a very relaxing area and home to a plethora of outdoor opportunities...
means 'hard' as in a hard task
"man, dis is long!" or "why is this so long!"
Long Valley is a town in Morris County. Long Valley is also know as the "LV". LV lies in one of the wealthiest countys in NJ. LV is half farmland/working class and fucking rich ass people. In long valley you either live in "the valley" or "the mountain". The kids who live in the big "LV" are usually assholes but we love them anyway. Long Valley is mainly all white and the minoritys act white. LV kids drink and smoke weed for fun, and like to throw house parties that get broken up in an hour cuz LV cops are douchebags. If you live in long valley you probably went to West Morris Central. Long valley is horribly boring and if you want to go anywhere besides the general store you have to go into Hackettstown. The highschool parking lot is filled with BMWS, Audis, Hummers, while some cars are shitty mainly. Usually the wealthier kids like on the "mountain". LV is boring but if your from Long Valley your fucking proud, because one is for sure, with only a general store in our entire town we know how to have a fucking good time!
" I live on the Mountain in Long Valley"
" Kids from Long Valley are rich pricks!!"
The Geography of Long Islandmore...
Generally, Long Island becomes less and less dense as you head east. The western border of Long Island is home to towns like Floral Park and Valley Stream, and these towns tend to have a Queens-like feel, smaller, more crowded houses.
In the middle of Nassau County, the western portion of LI, you have towns like Hicksville, Bethpage, and Levittown, famous for it's Levitt houses that were mass produced and quickly sold. Suburban and boring (no offense). In the northern-middle, there are some nice towns like Syosset, Muttontown, Brookville that are really overpriced.
To the South, you have some towns like Baldwin and Freeport that tend to have a higher crime rate. As you head East on the south shore, there are nicer towns like South Merrick and South Bellmore; however they are not really THAT nice, the people who live there just think that they're hot shit because they have an ugly Splanch on .1 acre on top of the house next to them.
To the north, you'll always have gorgeous overpriced houses in towns like Manhasset and Great Neck. The north shore mansions on the water are in places like Kings Point and Sands Point. But the north shore of Long Island is pretty much consistently nice and rich.
However, as you hit Suffolk County, the north shore towns are a bit older, like Cold Spring Harbor, Port Jefferson, Huntington Village, Northport. Very cutesy.
Once again, to the south in Suffolk...not so nice. Wyandanch, Brentwood, par...