locals are very generic people who live in your area. they sleep on almost everything decent and tend to be uneducated about important things. people on stan twitter often use this word to talk about their peers
by ohyesadresser February 06, 2018
People on Twitter who are very generic and from your area. Typically used by hardcore and pop-punk twitter to describe people not in the alternative scene. A less cringey term for "normies."
by Madisonblegh November 10, 2017
a person who lives in your area and is typically very uninformed and lacks a personality. these are the people who listen to post malone/russ, shop at PINK, and juul excessively; their sense of humor derives from the office and the memes on their instagram feeds from 5 months ago and they seem to have no outward-facing view of life. they only use their twitter to look at @dory, tweet happy birthday messages to some white girl in 2015, or tweet at their school district for snow days.
these locals are really testing they the type of bitches to close the refrigerator wit they hips while they listen to drake
by oatmealbitch June 14, 2018
People who live in your city that have no personality, bland, and like anything that’s mainstream. They think they’re quirky for whatever they do, but in reality are blended in with other locals. They judge anything that is underrated and are just basic in general. They’re the type to overuse emojis unironically, post fried memes/selfies of themselves, have cringey Instagram bios like “12, bad bitch 💕😂, better than u 😘” or whatever the hell. They have no sense of humor and don’t know what memes are.
by katsukitings July 23, 2018
A way to describe “basic” people from your area. Typically known to retweet generic/vague tweets from fake Drake and Post Malone twitter accounts because they think they’re “deep”. Generally tend to only stay in the town they’re from because they lack the potential or are afraid to branch out somewhere else.
by AT15 April 22, 2018
n. Your local neighbourhood pub
by Cahir October 24, 2004
by Diego August 31, 2003