Slang for the shores of the Great Lakes, specifically Lake Michigan and more specifically Chicago; also known locally to Chicagoans as The Lakefront. The term Third Coast has its origins in Midwestern annoyance at East and West Coast attitudes (namely, the ones that forget there's an entire country out there in the heartland between sea coasts that doesn't need New York or L.A. in order to continue to exist).
1. Prominent Third Coast authors include mystery writer Sara Paretsky, lawyer turned novelist Scott Turow, and poet Marc Smith, originator of the infamous poetry slams at the Green Mill Lounge.
2. Dude, I'm headed down Lake Shore Drive for the Third Coast Festival. You coming?
A sickeningly rich beach town in central New Jersey. Characteristics include ridiculously expensive homes, loads of money, and a largely preppy lifestyle. Has some of the most exclusive houses and estates in New Jersey, all of which are priced at well over a million dollars and have either a poolhouse or guesthouse. Looks like a town out of a movie. Full of amazingly hot catholic girls. The only thing the elitists in Spring Lake are good at is keeping out the tourist scum bennies that come from north jersey and new york out by charging an arm and a leg for beach passes.
The uptight rich girls in Spring Lake won't put out, so we'll have to drive to Belmar to get some from the New Yorkers tonight.
The north shore refers to the extremely affluent northern suburbs of chicago. They include kenilworth, wilmette, winnetka, lake forest, glencoe, deerfield, northfield, northbrook, glenview, and some parts of evanston. 99% of the people are white christians(with the exception of evanston), and almost everyone is mega-wealthy. The super rich kids attend New Trier high school, one of the top rated high schools in the nation. people drive mercedes, range rovers, ferraris, etc and the shop at only the best such as louis vitton, lacoste, and juicy. The guys r the best athletes around, and we have the hottest cheerleaders, all blonde or brunette of course. we are the best, and everyone knows it. we have the city of chicago twenty minutes away, with limitless possibilites. the north shore will always be on top, no matter what
the north shore is equal to orange county, greenwich, or ny's upper east side
|4.||Welcome To Chicago|
The coolest city-reppin' song in the rap game. Welcome To Chicago" by the rap group "Phyzical Thurapy" refers to the general areas of Chicago, Illinois. From Grant Park to Schaumburg, from area code (312) to (773), and from Highway 41 to Lakeshore Drive as being the best places on the face of the earth. Overall, this is the Chicago Anthem right here.
Check out their website at: www.phyzicalthurapy.com
and their myspace page at: www.myspace.com/therealpt
These are their lyrics off google from their song "Welcome To Chicago"
"You can see us postin up from Grant Park to Schaumburg,
3-1-2... cook county all day,
7-7-3... all the way to dupage (dupage)
Highway 41... lake shore drive,
Welcome, Welcome to Chicago! this is how we ride slow!"
1. a. Used before singular or plural nouns and noun phrases that denote particular, specified persons or things.
b. Used before a noun, and generally stressed, to emphasize one of a group or type as the most outstanding or prominent.
c. Used to indicate uniqueness.
d. Used before nouns that designate natural phenomena or points of the compass.
e. Used as the equivalent of a possessive adjective before names of some parts of the body.
f. Used before a noun specifying a field of endeavor.
g. Used before a proper name, as of a monument or ship.
h. Used before the plural form of a numeral denoting a specific decade of a century or of a life span.
i. Used before a singular noun indicating that the noun is generic.
2. a. Used before an adjective extending it to signify a class and giving it the function of a noun.
b. Used before an absolute adjective.
c. Used before a present participle, signifying the action in the abstract.
d. Used before a noun with the force of per.
1a: the baby; the dress I wore.
1b: considered Lake Shore Drive to be the neighborhood to live in these days.
1c. the Prince of Wales; the moon.
1d. the weather; a wind from the south.
1e. grab him by the neck; an infection of the hand.
1f. the law; the film industry; the stage.
1g. the Alamo; the Titanic.
1h. rural life in the Thirties.
1i. The wolf is an endangered species.
2a. the rich; the dead; the homeless.
2b. the best we can offer.
2c. the weaving of rugs.
2d. cherries at $1.50 the box.
The building the is synonymous of Chicago presence. The city of big shoulders.
the Sears Tower looks good at night from lake shore drive with a hot date
LAKE SHORE DRIVE for all the chicagoians
I'm on LSD havin a great time.