Something one says when a bitch ass nigga starts frontin like he/she's is ghetto (aka from Scarborough).
Scarborough What? You don't know shit about the crack game bitch!
a "city" within Toronto which is also known as Scarborough. Known as the most violent and crime filled part of Toronto. It has a very diverse population of ethnic minorities. Such as Jamacians, Tamils, Guyanese&Trinis, and asians. Scartown is very similar to Markham by means of population and multiculturism. Consists of both WEST and EAST side people.
puffy: yoo what part of toronto u from?
shyne: SCARTOWN nikka...home of da real O.G.'Z
Scarborough is suposed to be a "suburb" of Toronto, when in fact it really isnt. There are a few areas that consist of very nice housing JUST like every other city, and also has its horrible looking areas JUST like every other city. Scarborough is a very multicultural area that consists of mainly these cultures in order of population; Asian, Tamils/Brown men, Black, White. Scarborough is known for its high-crime rate and drug related activity. Unlike other troubled areas that have groups of individuals that dvide themselves by race, Scarborough is known for its multi-cultural gangs and crime groups. There are many who claim that Scarborough is a very nice "suburb" to live in and that there really isnt any crime that goes on. What you need to know about those people is that they are completly oblivious to the crime that goes on because they are not there to witness it. The Scarbrough drugs of choice are of the following in order by popularity; Weed, Extacy, Mushrooms, Cocaine. Scarbz is an E-Tard area.more...
DO NOT get caught walking on these streets at night; down Mccowen anywhere between Sheppard and Mcnicoll, anywhere down Birchmount, Eglinton and Warden, Sandhurst circle, the Grove aka 25 Thunder Grove, Anson Taylor school, Percy Williams school, Albert Campbell school, Timmothy Eaton school, Don Mills strip.
|4.||Sambar Nigger Town|
Derogatory term for an urban conglomeration or neighbourhood with a significant proportion of Dalit-Dravidian inhabitants. Alludes to the Negroid descent of Shudra-Dravida peoples ('Notable Negroid elements in Dravidian India' K P Aravanan. J Tamil Studies 17 (1980) 20-45) which implies that Afro-Dravidian & Afro-Dalit localities often resemble a Dixie Negro 'hood'.more...
Commonly applied to:
1) Any town or city in South India, incl. Madras, Kanchipuram & Madurai in Tamil Nadu; Bangalore, Mysore & Mangalore in Karnataka; Secunderabad, Vijayawada & Vishakhapatnam in Telingana & Andhra; & Kochi, Aleppey & Trivandrum in Kerala; or:
2) Dravida-dominated neighbourhoods in towns outside South India, incl.: Dharavi & Matunga or 'Matungam' in Bombay, Scarborough or 'Little Jaffna' in Toronto, Tekka in Singapore & Brahmpur or the 'Jaffna of Kolk...
Ward Churchill is an intelligent Anti-Fascist whosimply points out that America, time after time has changed the rules to suit its need. When President Bush or any U.S. President before him launches attacks on another countries citizen population (Iraq, Afganastan, Japan, The Phillipines, The Native Americans) it is for the greater good, or to prove a point. In the words of George H. W. Bush, "We must show the world that what we say goes." If Churchill offends anyone, it is because they are ignorant fools who can't see the evil that the U.S. Government and it's foreign policy really are.
Right-Wing Nuts should try reading entire passages instead of listening to sound bytes on Scarborough Country or the O'Reilly Factor. Read Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States and for God's sake, try thinking for yourself for once.
A town in the north-east of England, situated on the river Tees, which is also the largest town in Europe, just because it hasn't been made into a city yet. Home of the smoggie, named after the ICI chemical plant and other industries which fill the air with pollution and make the sky turn brown in winter. Locals call both the town and the football team (Middlesbrough FC) "Boro", while outsiders misspell the town's name as MiddlesbOrough. There is a distinctive Teesside accent, distinguishable from Geordie, despite what the producers of Steel River Blues would like you to think.more...
Landmarks include the Transporter Bridge, the largest aerial ferry in the world (though there are only about three), the Newport Bridge, and various monuments in and around the town to commemmorate Captain James Cook, the explorer who discovered Australia and was born in the local area. The inhabitants will be quick to complain about the virtual lack of any other famous monuments, and a dearth of celebrities. Other famous people from the town include (and are largely limited to): Kirsten O'Brien, the children's TV presenter; Paul Daniels, the magician; and a few footballers.
Though not a very old, famous or prestigious town, residents realise its merits when they find out there are rarely gridlocks at rush hour, unlike most other towns and cities, despite the limitations of there only being two main roads into the town centre. This is possibly becaus...
|7.||University of Toronto|
A university with 3 campuses across Ontario. The school is lauded within Toronto as being very prestigious, and students are actually taught to snub their noses at other universities and colleges, regardless of Academic merit. In many cases, U of T students tend to get an inflated ego from the schools over zealous and sometimes irrationally pompous attitude towards calling itself "the Harvard of the North".
Such assumptions are generally debated and won by the fact that the U of T campuses consists of UTSC (Scarborough campus), UOFT (Downtown) and UTE (Erindale/Mississauga) - this last campus is in Mississauga, which is not part of Toronto and thus shows how idiotic the administration and overall management of the school is.
Some U of T students are able to graduate without developing a high ego, but many of the students - primarily those who go to the downtown campus, often end up with an inflated sense of worth - only to graduate and end up working for their peers who attended other universities.
U of T Student: I think I would be great for this job.
Employer: Looks good, so what university did you go to?
U of T Student: University of Toronto.
Employer: Excellent, UofT has prepared you well for this job. Welcome abord!
U of T Student: When do I start?
Employer: Right now!
U of T Student employed: Do you want fries with that?
Customer: Hell No!