1. The improper spelling of the word "caramel," a sauce made over the stove from sugar, butter, and the occasional addition of cream.
The ignorant second-grade dropout couldn't find carmel sauce in the grocery store because it doesn't actually exist.
by Annikka January 27, 2007
A girls name usually associated with pretty amazing girls. Gorgeous and amazing. Right at nearly everyting they do. You should always listen to whatever Carmel says as she is wise beyond her years.
Carmel, you are so right, again!
by cone89 October 28, 2010
A place where the high school boy's basketball team finger each others butt holes...
Person 1: I have a good idea, let's haze those freshmen by
fingering their butt holes!

Person 2: Woah man, we're not in carmel!
by dieselmaniac6 May 01, 2010
A city in Indiana where a bunch of rich people live. Filled with Paris Hilton wannabes who drive huge cars and listen to rap music when they clearly shouldn't.
Every single teenage girl in Carmel has a pink RAZR. Every single one.
by Lushacris April 18, 2007
A city in Hamilton County, Indiana and a posh suburb of Indianapolis. City population of about 60,000 in 2005.

Mistakingly pronounced "car-mell" by outsiders.
Carmel is probaly the only place in Indiana where a lot of rich people live.
by darrenkrkc March 21, 2007
A city in Indiana. Many people think all the people who live in Carmel are rich brats. However, there are only a couple of rich neighborhoods and the rest are modest sized. People need to stop thinking that all "Carmelites" are rich brats. There are rich brats in Carmel, but there are rich brats everywhere. Please, don't stereotype us :)
Person 1: "Ugh that person is so Carmel!"
Person 2: "You know, all Carmel people aren't rich"
Person 1: "Whatever"
by Not-rich Carmel person. July 15, 2009
A name associated with talented pretty girls. She is very smiley and doesn't know how cute and beautiful she is. She brightens your day. Carmel is very smart and would be fit to be a model, actress, journalist, or author. Whoever is friends with her or likes her is very lucky because they picked the right person to admire. It's a very unique name associated with unique girls.
What's her name?
Carmel
Wow, she's pretty
Ikr!
by ChocolateLover May 27, 2012
Carmel, CA is a small town located on the southern tip of the Monterey Peninsula. 90% of the population are tourists; the rest are known fondly as newly weds and nearly deads. Any non-tourist seen below the age of 60 in Carmel (aka, the city employees) actually live in Monterey, Seaside, or Salinas: this is due to the fact that even in the worst economy, a 1-bedroom, 1-bath shack can sell for more than $3 million.

Carmel is most famous for its beach, which is one of the few left in California that allows unleashed dogs. This results in a large number of territorial, dog-obsessed old ladies walking the beach at all hours of the day, screaming at tourists/adolescents who use the beach for non-dog related purposes.

Carmel is also known for its shopping. Its main street, Ocean Ave, is packed full with art galleries and jewelery shops: the only shops capable of supporting the city's expensive rent. Nobody who lives in Carmel can afford to shop there, instead going to Monterey or Seaside for those things that Carmel lacks, such as food or clothing.

Carmel houses a number of special events that always attract a fair amount of tourism. The Bach Festival celebrates great musicianship and is held at the gorgeous arts theater, the Sunset Center. In July, rich men come from all parts of the world bringing their never-driven, hourly waxed, and extremely loud antiquated cars for Carmel's car show and race, the Tour de Elegance. Carmel's Forest Theatre runs performances throughout the year, and has remarkably excellent shows, considering the Monterey Bay's small population.

With all this in mind, it is surprising to think that Carmel has such things like a city council, church, school, local newspaper, and local radio station (AM 1416, KRML). Clint Eastwood was once the mayor of Carmel-by-the-sea, giving Carmel's undeserved reputation of being packed with Hollywood celebrities. More notable figures in Carmel history include San Junipero and Bill Bates, who draws cartoons of Carmel but can't afford to live there.

Carmel has been compared to paradise, and given names such as "the jewel of California," just like all the other expensive, boring, beach towns in California.
Taken from real Carmel conversations:
Tourist: Which way's the beach?
Local: Up this very steep hill.

Beach walker 1: How dare you bring a pit bull down to the beach?!
Beach walker 2: She's a boxer!
Beach walker 1: I won't stand for any aggressiveness down here, do you hear me?
Beach walker 2: You're a dog-nazi!

Tourist: How much is the lemonade?
Seller: That'll be six dollars.
Tourist: That's outrageous! Do you take 100 dollar bills?

Tourist: Do you live here?
Local: Yes, ma'am.
Tourist: Oh, and you're a student, at the local library, with a backpack and everything! How cute! Can I take your picture?
by akhenatenII January 27, 2009

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