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A financially balanced area on eastern Long Island, although it does have more than its fair share of affluent people. If you want to visit a place with hardly as many "cidiots", "lidiots", or any other kind of idiot, try coming to the North Fork of Long Island (AKA jamesport, mattituck, cutchogue, southold, Greenport, and orient point). It's just as beautiful, hardly as expensive, and about half as busy in summer months.
Lori: "James and I decided to mix it up this year and rent a house in greenport, on the north fork." Peggy: "Isn't it all farms and vineyards up there? Yeah, not my thing, i'll stick to the hamptons." Lori: "Not entirely, there are a bunch of wonderful small towns and a lot of down to earth people."
by Cristobal90 December 28, 2011
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A disgrace to the wealthy in society. It disgusts me how corporate executives and celebrities think they are so smooth because they venture to the hamptons during the summer. The hamptons is the welfare section of long island. If i hear one more obnoxious "Are you going to the Hampton Classic (equestrian show)," I don't know what I will do. It is sickening how city residents think their fliness factor is drastically increased simply from their owning a home in the poor hamptons. Enough of the hamptons. Someone owning a house there is no better than owning a cardboard box on Fifth Ave. You're impressing no one. hamptons=homeless
This place is disgusting me too much I have to go now.
Mr. Fly: Where are you headed?
Poor: I'm off to the hamptons.
Mr. Fly: I know welfare doesn't provide much, but i'll work harder so you can move out of your hamptons shack.
by Wealthy August 29, 2006
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