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Definition funny of Scarborough:
A suburb of Toronto, often reffered to as the Scarbz or Scar-Town. Known as the "ghetto" of Toronto.
Im more gangsta than you niggas from Etobicoke, I'm from the Scarbz!
Scarborough is suposed to be a "suburb" of Toronto, when in fact it really isnt. There are a few areas that consist of very nice housing JUST like every other city, and also has its horrible looking areas JUST like every other city. Scarborough is a very multicultural area that consists of mainly these cultures in order of population; Asian, Tamils/Brown men, Black, White. Scarborough is known for its high-crime rate and drug related activity. Unlike other troubled areas that have groups of individuals that dvide themselves by race, Scarborough is known for its multi-cultural gangs and crime groups. There are many who claim that Scarborough is a very nice "suburb" to live in and that there really isnt any crime that goes on. What you need to know about those people is that they are completly oblivious to the crime that goes on because they are not there to witness it. The Scarbrough drugs of choice are of the following in order by popularity; Weed, Extacy, Mushrooms, Cocaine. Scarbz is an E-Tard area. DO NOT get caught walking on these streets at night; down Mccowen anywhere between Sheppard and Mcnicoll, anywhere down Birchmount, Eglinton and Warden, Sandhurst circle, the Grove aka 25 Thunder Grove, Anson Taylor school, Percy Williams school, Albert Campbell school, Timmothy Eaton school, Don Mills strip.
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Scarborough is a town in North Yorkshire which has the biggest seagulls in the world. These beasts are the size of Golden Eagles. And its full of lovely people and doesn't smell of sewage.
Look at the size of that seagull, its the size of a VW Beetle! Scarborough is lovely.
A seaside resort town in Yorkshire, England.
Songs about Scarborough:
Scarborough Fair / Canticle by Simon & Garfunkel from the Album The Best Of Simon & Garfunkel
Scarborough Fair by Hayley Westenra from the Album Celtic Treasures (USA)
Scarborough Fair by Sarah Brightman from the Album La Luna
Scarborough Fair by Celtic Woman from the Album A New Journey
Scarborough Fair/Canticle by Simon & Garfunkel from the Album The Graduate
Scarborough Fair by Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 from the Album The Greatest Hits Of Sergio Mendes And Brasil '66
Scarborough Fair by Peter Hollens from the Album Scarborough Fair
Books about Scarborough:
SCARBOROUGH FAIR HARP ARRANGEMENT by D Friou (Mar 1, 1992)
Scarborough (ME) (Images of America) by Rodney Laughton (Jul 6, 1996)
Scarborough and the Critic by Richard Brinsley Sheridan (May 17, 2012)
Scarborough in the Twentieth Century (ME) (Images of America) by Rodney Laughton (May 10, 2004)
Scarborough (Royal Court Theatre) by Fiona Evans (Sep 1, 2008)
The Scarborough Plan : Maximizing The Power of Your 401(k) by J. Michael Scarborough (Oct 2000)
The Scarborough Companion by Christopher More (Nov 15, 2012)
Movies about Scarborough:
Dickie Bird: At the World's Greatest Cricket Festival in Scarborough 2014 NR CC - Runtime: 49 mins Directed by: Unavailable
Dickie Bird At The World's Greatest Festival In Scarborough 2008 NR CC - Runtime: 50 mins Directed by: BNT Productions
Ken Dryden's Home Game 1990 - Runtime: 1 hr
Charlie Rose - Joe Scarborough, Evan Williams and Rahm Emanuel 2009 - Runtime: 57 mins
Dickie Bird At The World's Greatest Festival In Scarborough 2008 - Runtime: 50 mins
Live at Scarborough Castle 2011 Unrated -
Wiki information Scarborough:
Scarborough is a district and former municipality within the eastern part of the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Scarborough is bordered on the south by Lake Ontario, on the west by Victoria Park Avenue, on the north by Steeles Avenue East, and on...
Scarborough is a town on the North Sea coast of North Yorkshire, England. Historically part of the North Riding of Yorkshire, the town lies between 10–230 feet above sea level, rising steeply northward and westward from the harbour on to limestone...