|1.||Mexico, New York|
Mexico, New York is a small town in upstate New York about an hour north of Syracuse. This is a nice little town with a historical background and a gorgeous high school. The people are friendly and nice and the town is the typical small town setting where "everybody knows everybody." It has it's own unique qualities such as it's part in the underground railroad. Mexico has many good aspects and would be a great place to live. It also has great places to hunt, fish, and camp.
Hey we should go to Mexico, New York and hang out
The biggest, most heavily populated and contrasting city in the World. With more then 23 million people and covering an area of almost two times New York City, MC is the city with the most contrasting views, from High, modern skyscrapers,clubs, bars,concerts,gardens, Giant Stadiums, Arenas, Airports,highways and State-of-the-art boutiques to the slummy outskirts where poverty rules.
OMG Mexico City is tha shit! It's like even bigger than New York, though the outskirts suck.
A person of Mexican descent and future generations born in any of the 5 borough's of New York City.
Julio and Maria are Mexicans that immigrated to New York City. They had a baby named Carlos in Brooklyn. Carlos is therefore a nuyorexican.
Troy –noun 1. Latin, Ilium. Greek, Ilion. an ancient ruined city in NW Asia Minor: the seventh of nine settlements on the site is commonly identified as the Troy of the Iliad. 2. a city in SE Michigan, near Detroit. 67,107. 3. a city in E New York, on the Hudson River. 56,638. 4. a city in W Ohio. 19,086. 5. a city in S Alabama. 12,587. 6. a male given name. 7. a boy from Australia often fluent in Spanish.
Troy -verb 1. A peson or thing that exhibits quality/s that are identical or resemble Troy. 2. The act of Troying
Troy-slang 1. A deragitory, one who "troys." One of the most versatile words in the English language that can be used as a noun, verb, adjective, adverb, of interjection. Often misspelled Tory.
-noun 1. I was born in Troy, New York. 2. That kids name is Troy. He must be from Australia...
-verb 1. He always Troys everything up. 2. I wish they would stop Troying over there.
-slang 1. God, your such a Troy! (noun) 2. Go Troy yourself. (verb) 3. This book is so terrible, it's Troy. (adjective) 4. She ran Troyly down the street. (adverb) 5. Fucking Troy! (interjection)
Lead Singer of a group of New York Skacore/Punk Deathmetal bands he is an Autonomist and is largely anti-Cop. his home venue is a squat in new york called C-Squat
- Choking Victim
- Leftöver crack
- Crack rock sready 7 (mexico)
- (formerly) Banji
he performs mainly in free venues because alot of locations refuse to book him and his band, as many shows end in riots
Also uses a bunch of aliases
- Crack Daddy Kane
- Osama Stz Laden
and many more
known abuser of crack cocaine and alcohol
also largely infested with body bugs
Dude, Did you see Stza at the LOC show?, he was putting on a great show
I can't argue that Toronto is a large city with a lot of venues and establishments to offer. I don't contest the fact that the Toronto Stock Exchange is world class and that the city has plently of world class art and theater attractions. Hell it even has a wannabe times square outside of the Eaton shopping mall.more...
Having said that, Toronto is different from a World Class city and maybe my equation will help you to see how.
World Class City like New York or London - having a subway out to the airport - having any sense of what nice architecture is like Paris or Boston - having a public Lakefront like Chicago - ever having the Olympics - having beautiful women all over the place like Los Angeles or Montreal - sports franchises that can keep up with American teams + an aids infested gay community like San Francisco + tonnes of homeless people like New Dehli + heroin junkies and worthless runaways of New York City + the ego of Nazi Germany + the scummy air of Mexico City + Violent Jamaicans like in Kingston + the terrorist sleeper cells like Afghanasthan = Toronto
Woah thats a lot of math but I checked in the back of the text book and this is all true.
I live in Northern Ohio and I have been to just about every major in North America and every time I go to Toronto for a ball game or something, I look at the people and think to my self, "I am so proud that I am not one of them".
|7.||acid washed jeans|
n. a type of casual pant made of denim put through a chemical process which strips most of the colour off, leaving marbled navy-blue streaks on a white background. Acid washed clothing was a must-have fashion accessory in the late 80s, when both jean pants and jackets were worn together for maximum effect.
Acid washed jeans quickly went out of style in the early 90s, but that didn't stop tacky people in Sarnia Ontario and a few other cultural backwaters around North America from wearing them well into the new millenium. Tight acid washed jeans with elastic waists and zip-up ankles can still be seen worn with big ff hair, spike high-heels and shock-makeup at monster truck rallies, dirt-bike races, mega-church flea markets and malls in certain parts of Florida, Southwestern Ontario, Upstate New York, Mexico and most of Alberta.
Woman in mid-forties named Sherry at a smash-up derby near Effingham, Illinois: (in voice thick with menthol cigarettes and bum wine) "Go Ricky! Smash that goddamned motherfuckin' Buick, baby! You're makin' mamma cream her acid washed jeans! Yeaaaahhh!"
Guy named Bobo on a native reserve in Northern Manitoba: Jeez, it's me lucky day! Some-un threw away a perfectly good acid-washed jean jacket! Mine, now, eeee! I'll wear this fucker moose huntin' and all the guys'll be right jealous!