Customer: Hey, can I get a quickfuck?
Barman: That'll be $20
A rapidly-growing unique town on the fringes of suburbia NW of Chicago. Also the posterchild for suburban and exurban sprawl in the midwest. Famous for its small town charm, cows, outlet mall, gazebo, dairy mart, high school mascot controversey, and the largest age 55+ golf course community in the Midwest. Went from a population of 5,000 in 2000 to an estimated 20,000 in 2005.
Huntley: The Friendly Village with Country Charm
A Boston suburb of 20,000 residents, of whom about 17,000 are nouveau riche natives of Dorchester, South Boston, and West Roxbury.
Located on the South Shore, affectionately known as the Irish Riviera.
The town's nemesis is the neighboring blue collar, albeit increasingly yuppiefied town of Weymouth. Nearby Cohasset and Scituate are demographically similar, but do not have the "obnoxious reputation" of Hingham.
There are, indeed, many Hingham residents are decent, empathetic, and modest in demeanor.
The Derby Street Shoppes have finally brought upscale shopping to the South Shore. This plaza is home to the South Shore's first Whole Foods Market.
The four best things to come out of Hingham, in no particular order: Route 3, Route 3A, Route 53, and Route 228.
For those familiar with the British sitcom Keeping Up Appearances, Hingham has the highest-percentage of Irish-American Hyacinth Buckets in the country.
Money doesn't necessarily mean class. You can take the kid out of Southie, Savin Hill, Fields Corner, but you can't take the ___ out of the kid!
Hingham, living proof that one doesn't have to live in Texas to be a wealthy, vapid-minded philistine
A small town in central Connecticut, nestled in the Connecticut River Valley where Hick and Yuppie collide. A town with only 7000 people and involved in a regional school system with Killingworth. The center of town is known as Higganum, the only one in the world. Higganum just recieved new sidewalks for all of the pedestrians walking to a bunch of aboandoned buiildings to walk on. New prallel parking along route 81 will help ease the parking situation that the town does not have. It is about 20 minutes from anything worthwhile looking at, besides Stop and Shop. Within, there is the Country Market and the Ghandi Mart which is open 24/7. There are only three stop lights and the town is just now building a Dunkin Donuts. It's the town you drive through, but do not stop unless you get caught at a red light to get to the Goospeed or Middletown. If you want a park you can check out the Haddam Meadows on the river front, Field Park, or the massive state forest known as Cockaponsett. Many youg people in town enjoy racing down Beaver Meadow Rd. or smoking pot in various places including some of the parks. No one famous resides in town though Wnbc-TV news anchor Joanne Nesti recently moved out of town. Overall, Haddam is a good pla...more...
A person that has 80% of their head up their ass... Often used on the road to refer to people driving on I476 or I76 in the Philadelphia region because of their lack of ability to merge onto a moving highway. Also used to describe all of New Jersey's drivers... They cause traffic jams because they apply the brakes instead of gas when trying to merge onto a fast moving highway thus causing accidents, or making everyone stop causing a chain reaction traffic jam that doesn't end until sometime around 7:30pm... These roads would otherwise be clear if these people had the ability to access the other 80%.
Also used to describe everyone that drives to the beach on late friday afternoons during rush hour.
Driver in front: "Hey, look at me. I think I'm a safe driver because I go 35MPH to merge onto a highway that has an average speed of 75MPH!"
Smart Driver stuck behind: "What a fucking twenty percenter. Now none of us can merge smoothly."
A group of people with a prediliction for Cakes, often seen at mass gatherings outside bakers shops. While en route to these mass gatherings on their motorcycles, KingdomBakers cause massive traffic jams, and form mobile chicanes for artics, caravans and horseboxes to try and get past.
Some say their ultimate aspiration is for the Red flag act to be brought back on to the statute books.
one KingdomBakers member to another, "Did you see the way that caravan cut me up there, he must have been doing at least 20 mph when he passed me"
"yes, bloody speed merchant"
The moron in a Ford F150 or similar giant truck that roars past you at an unsafe speed during a whiteout or when there's ice on the road.
I'm driving over route 20 the other night in driving snow, going 45 like EVERYONE ELSE, except for the PASSHOLE that has to go to the bar...