a place with nothing to do but drink and smoke. half the kids are always sitting around at home and the other half are to fucked up to do anything. its probably to small to find on a map...
yo we should do suttin.
whats there to do in somers?
ight lets get fucked up
a small boring place in connecticut where there is nothing to do. the best place to go is dunkin donuts. theres tons of pizza places but nothing else. all the kids a either snobs or potheads.
holy crap somers is soo boring
A small town in Connecticut that is actually a very beautiful place to grow up. Many kids complain that there's nothing to do here and that it isn't any fun, but the Bowers Lacrosse Tournament is hosted here every year as well as the Four Town Fair.
Somers is so small that rumors spread incredibly fast, but on the flip side, everyone will know and be there for you if something bad happens.
About a third of the town is farmland, and there is probably one horse to every five residents.
Nearly the entire youth population plays lacrosse, the dominant sport here. Somers Lax teams are amazing and have a spirit of unity for the most part.
The funny thing here is that half of the town is very privileged, and the other half is dirt poor and relies on welfare.
The schools are pretty great, with many smart students.
Somers is a great town!
Boy 1: So what are you doing this weekend?
Boy 2: I have a lacrosse tournament in Somers!
Boy 1: The Bowers? Man, I wish I never quit lacrosse. It's just that those Somers kids beat us every time and it was annoying me.
Boy 2: Bro, you kidding me? Bowers is the reason why I still play!
Girl: The barn that I ride at is in Somers, it's really nice there!
A person, typically a college-aged student,with the propensity to consume vast/ungodly amounts of alcohol.
Yo man, that kid over there just challenged me to a drinking contest. I'm gonna tear him apart!
Naw man, I wouldn't if I were you...that tard is a Somers.
A very classy, expensive, preppy, Vineyard Vines-wearing area in Westchester County, NY. It is along the same lines of Bedford in terms of wealth, with a slightly less well-known reputation. The pristine landscaping is beautiful, and everyone seems to know each other. The houses are too expensive and exclusive for anyone to afford, over $1,000,000 (and thats on the cheap end). Its filled with with either brand new multi-million dollar construction or huge old houses that look as great as ever. It lacks a hot spot such as Greenwich Ave, but its warmth and quaint-ness gives it the "cute, bedroom town" appeal. Everyone here is from super rich suburban catholic families consisting of both parents being either doctors, lawyers, or owners of an italian restaurant usually named after one of more members of the family. In some rare cases, the dad's dont even need to work, they are that secure. They usually vacation in Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod, Myrtle Beach, or the Bahamas. The kids usually either get brand new Lexus's or Audi's, or receive the hand-me-down BMW that their dad recently gave them, which they drive every friday to the Westchester Mall to shop at stores like J.Crew. Unlike Scarsdale and Bronxville, most of these Somers kids are super smart, and work hard to do well in school, and dont fall into drugs and alcohol..which pays off because they go to some of the be...more...