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Definition funny of Bayonne:
1. The Jerseyans' version of Brooklyn. Located south of Jersey City, north of Staten Island, across the harbor from New york City. Home of many immigrants or offspring of immigrants, generally speaking Catholics, namely: Italian, Polish, Irish, Puerto Rican and Portugese etc. 2. "The Holy City" (taken from the Bible), refers to the fact of the large number of Catholics in the population and the large number of Churches. 3. Unlike most cities these days, Bayonne is still home to many white people
If you are born and raised in Bayonne you don't get messed with. You meet people all over the world from Bayonne. Many Jerseyans claim that they have roots in Bayonne, just because it will give them instant respect. This leads many to believe Bayonne is the capital of New Jersey.
The best and worst city in New Jersey that we all love to hate. Bayonne natives are not as ghetto/dangerous/crazy as outsiders may think, but it is still a good idea to not mess with them.
Man, I hate Bayonne and yet I still can't leave.
a generally great city. i suggest you don't mess with someone from bayonne. it has mad churches and white people. i love bayonne
BAYONNE IS THE SHIT
one of the worst towns to live in. the people here think they are tough, but all they do is talk shit, start many rumors , and try to mess with your head. generally, people who live here hardly ever make it anywhere in life. Bayonne also smells very very bad but, since it is located in NJ, it makes sense. the city bayonne itself is located in a nice area, close to great cities such as NY, staten island, and hoboken, but you can not truly enjoy livng here becuase of the people. you will find that if you are not itailian/puerto rican/a smoker/a drinker/a slut, you will not fit in, and your mental state will be changed for the worst. it is common to see someone jumping off the bayonne bridge, becuase this town will fuck with your head. if you live here, i either feel sorry for you, or hate you.
Songs about Bayonne:
The Last Matador Of Bayonne by Joe Bonamassa from the Album Dust Bowl [+Digital Booklet]
Le Navire de Bayonne (The Ship from Bayonne) by Michel Bordeleau from the Album Vocal Music (Traditional) - La Traverse Miraculeuse / Le Combat De La Danae / Turlutte Et Reel
Bayonne by Little Comets from the Album Life Is Elsewhere
La chanson de Bayonne by Louis Camblor from the Album Ay Viva Euskadi (Les plus belles chansons du Pays Basque)
Adieu fillette de Bayonne by Lous Cantayres de Came from the Album Les cantayres de Came chantent les bateliers
Adieu, Fillette de Bayonne by Emilie George from the Album Voix du Sol Français, Vol. 1: France: Songs of the Provinces
Alize Bayonne by Jeffrey Bayonne from the Album Love Soft
Books about Bayonne:
Bayonne and Toulouse 1813-14: Wellington invades France (Campaign) by Nick Lipscombe (Mar 18, 2014)
The Emperor of Bayonne Prison (Chronicles of the Undead Book 1) by William Bebb, Laurel Dunn and Hadden Smith IV (Oct 8, 2012)
How to Speak Bayonnease: The secret language of Bayonne, New York's sixth borough by V. Elizabeth Marie Granite and Gary William Miksza (Aug 26, 2008)
BAYONNE Passages (NJ) (Images of America by Kathleen M. Middleton (Dec 6, 1999)
Bayonne (Images of America) by Kathleen M. Middleton (May 6, 1995)
Bayonne Boy by Bob Vargovcik (Apr 28, 2012)
Bayonne, Biarritz and Pyrénées-Atlantiques (an etravellers guide) by Andy Frazier (Apr 8, 2014)
Movies about Bayonne:
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Wiki information Bayonne:
Bayonne is a city in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. Located in the Gateway Region, Bayonne is situated on a peninsula located between Newark Bay to the west, the Kill Van Kull to the south, and New York Bay to the east. As of the 2010...
Bayonne is a city and commune in southwestern France at the confluence of the Nive and Adour rivers, in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department, of which it is a sub-prefecture. It belongs to both vernacular cultural regions of Basque Country and...