|1.||East Hampton, CT|
a town in eastern-central Connecticut. Residents often have to explain that no, they don't live in the Hamptons, or in Massachusetts. known for making all sorts of bells, the nickname is Belltown and the high school's masot is the bellringer, or a man with a three cornered hat from the american revolution ringing a bell that looks strangely like a pirate. the redneck population is slowly increasing in east hampton, and people have been known to come "out of the woods" for its well known Old Home Day celebration. The town's high school and very nearby portland high school have an intense, and very bloody rivalry, especially in soccer. lake pocotopaug, although very green, is a wonderful place to swim, and participate in water sports of all types.
Wait where are you from?
OMG you live in the Hamptons? You must be rich!
Nah dude, East Hampton, CT ....
|2.||East Hampton, Connecticut|
the best place ever to live.
it isn't part of the snobby or mean part of connecticut
most people aren't rich either.
there is alot of trees and a beautiful lake.
everything is close together
mcdonalds, stop n'shop, and duckin'donuts are all right next to each other.
it is an awesome small little town
Anacronymal abbreviation of "Wealthy, Anglo-Saxon Protestant", used to describe rich, conservative (but often liberal) Anglo-Germanic descendants in the United States. Has origins in the Newport Gilded Age of the early 20th century, but has expanded as a description of such persons throughout the U.S.
The most striking example of WASP habitat are the states of Connecticut and Massachusetts, where solidly affluent communities border small, devastated and ghetto-ridden cities.
Sometimes understood to be "White, Anglo-Saxon Protestant" but also considered redundant.
The WASP, Allison Banks, was raised in Kenilworth, IL, is attending Sarah Lawrence College, and, at age 21, has a fully intact hymen.
Hester Bessleston is a WASP and enjoys flying his vintage Beechcraft from his estate in Westport, CT to his identical one 60 miles away, in East Hampton, NY.