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Numerology information Wellesley:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Definition funny of Wellesley:
1) A town in suburban Boston that is supposedly one of the richest in the country. On any given day walking down Central Street you'll come across 50 newly-wed 20-30 something blonde housewives with a stroller or a kid in her arms, doing the daily round in Talbots after parking her BWM in a sea of other BMWs while her husband is out working in Boston as a portfolio manager in some investment management firm. 2) An all-women's college in the aforementioned town that is populated by many talented and friendly people but under the guidance of a staff adamant about the benefits of a single-sex education. The least "lesbianized" college out the Seven Sisters (Smith, Bryn Mawr, etc.) Well-known for its fuck truck and for providing a constant source of wives for the preppy men in Harvard and the nerdy men in MIT since its inception. Not to be confused with Wesleyan.
1) You can't get any liquor in Wellesley except in like 3 restaurants. 2) MIT Frat Guy: Sorry this party is for 21 and over only. Wellesley Girl: I'm from Wellesley. MIT Frat Guy: Common in.
An extremely rich town outside of Boston. Almost no black people live there. Everyone in Wellesley is a prep. Outfits usually consist of Eliza B's, Lacoste shirts, and Juicy Couture for teenage girls. Most older women wear Lily Pulitzer. The hott guys wear Abercrombie&Fitch. The houses are huge, and if they're less than 2 million dollars, they probably only have 7 floors instead of 8.
"You're so rich and preppy, I bet you're from Wellesley..."
These definitions of Wellesley are way off. Yes, it's an affluent community. Portions of it are extremely, extremely affluent. Most of the community is made up of couples in their thirties who have chosen Wellesley as the place to raise their children and live (excellent schools, quiet neighborhoods). However, neighboring Natick has portions that are just as affluent (Doug Flutie lives there, and he is not "poor"). Minorities are welcome. I just met a Thai-born couple from Wellesley. The atmosphere is a bit snooty, but you might call it "Newton Light". It has a large, older portion of the population which are blue collar Italian workers (stop by the local deli Nino's AKA "The Linden Store" at 7 AM on a weekday). Fine location for commuting. Overall, just another quiet suburb that's generally a bit better off. The landscape and town center (especially the eerie-looking Victorian Town Hall) are absolutely beautiful, but there's not much to do in Wellesley -- most locals head to either Natick, Framingham, or Boston for entertainment
Location, location, location. Wellesley is the only truly quiet suburb that is very close to Boston. The Cliff Estates are truly mind-boggling in their affluence, but 90% of Wellesleyites don't *live* in the Cliff Estates.
A town west of boston. Yes, we're rich, but no one is in-your-face about it. Well, yes, some people are, but they don't have friends if money is all they can talk about. It's just a rich suburb of Boston, a rich city. And if you want snobs, go next door to Weston. There might be the highest % of eating disorders in the country there, though. Apearance is very important, so many girls show up in $500 outfits every day at school. Overall, though, a lot of people live there for the schools, and we DO have affordable housing. Everyone is really nice and unpredjudiced, just priveledged.
Songs about Wellesley:
Bruce Gandy - Solo Set: Catrina Baker, Green Groves of Erin, The Wellesley Express, The Wise Maiden, The Bletherskate... by The 78th Fraser Highlanders Pipe Band from the Album Live in Concert in Ireland
Hornpipes & Reels: Beverley's Choice, Niall From Glenroe, Wellesley Express, Katrina Baker, Bee Street Fiddlers... by Bruce Gandy from the Album The Composers' Series
Ilkla Moor / I'm Ninety Five / Scotland the Brave / The Wellesley by 1st Battalion of The Duke of Wellington's Regiment from the Album The Dukes on Parade
Regimental March: The Wellesley by Duke of Wellington's Regiment - West Riding The Regimental Band & Corps of Drums of the 1st. Battalion from the Album The Dukes on the Rock
Soldier On (Null Device's Wellesley Road Mix) by Little Red Wolf from the Album If Only We Were Remixed
The Wellesley by Coldstream Guards Regimental Band from the Album Regimental Marches Of The British Army, Vol. 1
Wellesley Girls by The School of Music Faculty Band from the Album Heritage of the March, Vol. 51 - The Music of Williams and Lampe
Books about Wellesley:
The Wellesley Cookie Exchange Cookbook by Susan Mahnke Peery (Oct 1988)
Wellesley Wives by Suzy Duffy (Sep 12, 2012)
A Murder in Wellesley: The Inside Story of an Ivy-League Doctor's Double Life, His Slain Wife, and the Trial That... by Tom Farmer and Marty Foley (Oct 9, 2012)
The Jewish Onslaught: Despatches from the Wellesley Battlefront by Tony Martin (Dec 1, 1993)
No More Wacos: What's Wrong With Federal Law Enforcement and How to Fix It (1891;wellesley Studies in Critical... by David B. Kopel and Paul H. Blackman (Mar 1, 1997)
Wellington Portrayed: Charles Wellesley, Marquess of Douro by Charles Wellesley (Nov 15, 2014)
Wellesley Island State Park (Photo Gallery) by Christine Ling (Oct 10, 2014)
Movies about Wellesley:
Hillary Rodham Clinton - Educational Version with Public Performance Rights 1994 - Runtime: 52 mins
Collegiate Choice Walking Tours: Wellesley College -
Wiki information Wellesley:
Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, KG, GCB, GCH, PC, FRS, was a British soldier and statesman, a native of Ireland from the Anglo-Irish Ascendancy, and one of the leading military and political figures of the 19th century. His...
Richard Colley Wesley, 1st Marquess Wellesley, KG, PC, PC, styled Viscount Wellesley from birth until 1781 and known as The Earl of Mornington from 1781 until 1799, was an Irish and British politician and colonial administrator. He was the eldest son...