urban

Definition funny of Vandalia:

urbanA city in Ohio that mainly consists of druggies, snobs, white trash, and bitches.

urban"I really love Tipp!" "Me too! Aren't you moving to Vandalia next year?" "Yeah, BUMMER."

songs

Songs about Vandalia:

songsEvil Vandalia / Mojo Crow Zenith by Guided By Voices from the Album Suitcase 3: Up We Go Now

songsValse a Vandalia by The Woodshedders from the Album Catch That Yardbird

songsVandalia by Square of the Roots from the Album Common Heritage

songsVandalia by The Great Crusades from the Album Thieves of Chicago

songsVandalia by Fennec from the Album Let Your Heart Break

songsVandalia Heights by The Pendrakes from the Album Sunday Punch

songsVandalia Pain by Joe Stickley's Blue Print from the Album The Eagle and the Pearl

books

Books about Vandalia:

booksEstrella de Vandalia, La ¡Pobre Dolores! (Spanish Edition) by Fernán Caballero (Nov 22, 2011)

booksVandalia (IL) (Images of America) by Brenda Baptist Protz (Dec 2, 2000)

booksVandalia: Wilderness capital of Lincoln's land by Mary Burtschi (1963)

booksVANDALIA COLONY: An entry from Charles Scribner's Sons' Dictionary of American History by Wayne E. Stevens (2003)

booksHigh on the Okaw's Western Bank: Vandalia, Illinois, 1819-39 by Paul E. Stroble (Mar 1, 1992)

booksThe Talk in Vandalia by Joseph Lyford (1962)

booksLincoln's Vandalia, a pioneer portrait; by William E Baringer (1949)

wiki

Wiki information Vandalia:

Vandalia
City/Town/Village, Statistical region, HUD County Place, Location, Dated location, HUD Foreclosure Area, Capital of administrative division

Vandalia is a city in Fayette County, Illinois, United States, 69 miles northeast of St. Louis, on the Kaskaskia River. From 1819 to 1839 it served as the state capital of Illinois. Vandalia was for years the western terminus of the National...

Vandalia
City/Town/Village, HUD Foreclosure Area, Dated location, Statistical region, HUD County Place, Location

Vandalia is a city in Montgomery County, Ohio, United States, and a suburb of Dayton. Its population was 15,246 during the 2010 census. The James M. Cox Dayton International Airport is located in the city. In addition to being the home of the Dayton...