Definition funny of Hinsdale:

urbanA town in the western parts of the suburbs of chicago. Some would have you believe that it is inhabited solely by rich assholes with benzes and McMansions. Like every rumor, this has a shred of truth. Most of Hinsdale is middle to upper class. Some have coined it "the OC of the midwest." This again, can be true sometimes. Hinsdale kids are notorious for having too much money and too much time. These things can lead to bad behavior, but hinsdale kids, on the whole are good kids. For the most part, hinsdale is a good place to live. I personally enjoy it. There is a huge pool of people here. You got your standard cliques, (prep, jock, stoner, "ghetto") But, then you have the kids who've realized cliques don't mean shit. These are the coolest kids you'll get to know if you ever come to live in hinsdale. The school system's great, we have very little crime, and yet everyone wants to get out. If I forgot anythign feel free to add your own definition.

urbanHinsdale is a pretty sweet place to live.

urbanHinsdale The Ultimate Suburb. Houses are Massive. People are Rich, Sexy, and Powerful. The "it" car is the Bentley Continental. Everyone who lives there knows who belongs and who doesn't. To the south is Burr Ridge, to the north is Oak Brook, to the west is Clarendon Hills, and to the east is Western Springs. Hinsdale is all about classiness. No fast food is welcome in that town, because it brings scum and unwanted pounds that are not welcome on any Hinsdalean. That said, everyone knows Lifetime is the place to be, its full of hinsdale hotness. People knock Hinsdale because of "everyone having an attitude". In reality, all those people wish they could have that attitude. The kids party hard and are cocky. They have the right to be. The parents get them whatever they want. A 16th birthday means a trip along Ogden Ave. to one of the Lux car places....ya SoOoo not used. Cops love busting Hinsdale kids. They're just pissed that they have to babysit the rich folks kids on the weekends, knowing that regardless of what they bust up, these elite kids are getting out of it. So to those of Hinsdale. Happy Power to You.

urban(Dinner in Oak Brook) Oh, look at those kids at that table. The guys are damn fine and classy. The girls are super-skinny, uber-hot, have Chanel handbags, and are wearing UGG boots with Juicy pants. Everyone has a different North Face jacket. And what's that outside, their fleet of Range Rovers? Oh wow. Those kids are SoOooOOO Hinsdale.

urbanit really should be called HinsVegas. thats how crazy it gets there.

urbanDude let's go to Vegas when we're 21. Nah dude lets go to Hinsdale. Holy shit that would be obscene.

urbanHinsdale is the "la-la land" of east suburban Illinois. With absolutely no connections that can be seen related to the crash of 2007, the last time I mentioned the recession in Hinsdale, all I got were blank stares. In Hinsdale there is such a thing as the "Hinsdale mom." Cadillac Escalade (as there is no other choice of a car for "Hinsdale moms"), designer outfits, expensive haircuts, and spoiled kids that constantly max out their personal credit cards. In similar suit, there are "Hinsdale restaurants" (overly priced mediocre food) and "Hinsdale girls" (effectively replacing "white girls" by upping the ratchet and bling). Schools offer trips to Florida and Washington DC for 8th graders, and vacations to Rome and France for the high school which most students attend. Basically whatever one does, the rest will follow (especially when purchasing cars, clothing, and vacations). True to the 1% nature of the Hinsdale residents, iPod touches are part of a 3rd grader's present. The iPhone 5c is expected to be rewarded to 5th graders, while the iPhone 5s is rewarded to most every 7th grader. Expensive laptops and powerful gaming PCs are 8th graders playthings, while home cinemas are for the parents. Home prices range from $750,000 to $26,000,000, while the higher end of the spectrum is concentrated in the South-East sector of this town. True to "la-la land" fashion, once you join, there's no leaving the town, even in your gold-plated Range Rover.


Songs about Hinsdale:

songsHinsdale (feat. John Condron) by Ted Slowik & Bill Aldridge from the Album Comfort Zone


Books about Hinsdale:

booksHinsdale (Images of America) by Sandra Bennett Williams (Feb 25, 2013)

booksHinsdale by Rob Bass (Jan 2, 2014)

booksHinsdale Sanitarium and Hospital: 1904-1957 by Hugh G Dugan (Feb 13, 2014)

booksHinsdale & the world: One hundred years by Tom Sterling (1997)

books(Reprint) 1983 Yearbook: Hinsdale Central High School, Hinsdale, Illinois by 1983 Yearbook Staff of Hinsdale Central High School (May 1, 1983)

booksAround Swanzey: Swanzey, Ashuelot, Winchester, Richmond, Fitzwilliam, and Hinsdale (Images of America Series) by Pamela Apkarian-Russell (Sep 6, 1997)

booksHinsdale: The Summer of '58 by Donald Kirk (Dec 12, 2012)


Wiki information Hinsdale:

City/Town/Village, Dated location, Statistical region, Location

Hinsdale is a village in Cook and DuPage counties in the U.S. state of Illinois. Hinsdale is a western suburb of Chicago. The population was 16,816 at the 2010 census, most of whom lived in DuPage County. The town's ZIP code is 60521. It is listed in...

City/Town/Village, Dated location, Statistical region, Location, Newspaper circulation area

Hinsdale is a town in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 4,046 at the 2010 census. Hinsdale is home to part of Pisgah State Park in the northeast, and part of Wantastiquet Mountain State Forest in the northwest. The...