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Definition funny of Wallingford:
A decent size town in CT, located between New Haven & Hartford. There are two high schools; Sheehan is on the west side and Lyman Hall is on the east side. These two schools are huge rivals and most of the kids hate eachother. Weekends consist of house parties, woods parties, bonfires, or just driving around smoking/drinking because theres nothing else better to do. Once out of highschool many weekends may be spent in downtown new haven at all the clubs. No one usually goes that far for college. The majority of people will go to UCONN, Southern, Central, and some other close schools. Wallingford is pretty much a bubble. If you live there you will probably live there the rest of your life and hang out at all the same places with all the same people. Once 21 you can go to the center of town and bounce around those bars and thats probably as exciting as your life will ever get living here.
I live in Wallingford, a pretty boring town but I'll probably never leave it.
a fairly large town of about 40,000 people mostly white but there deffinately are african americans, puerto ricans, mexicans, etc. Consists of mostly middle class people but there are the richer sections along with the poorer sections. It has 2 public highschools sheehan, westside, and lyman hall eastside and one private school, choate. Everyone from wallingford hates the "choaties" as theyre refered to as. Many people from the 2 public highschools are friends but they form really intense rivalries for sports and such. The thanksgiving football game is HUGE. Everyone smokes pot or atleast knows where to find it. Wallingford is a big party town, house parties happen frequently. People "pregame" aka drink before just about anything like sporting events, movies, school, church, going out to dinner etc. Beer pong is essential for a party to be considered a party. Toms makes the best breakfast. If theres nothing to do you might end up at mcdonalds(even though theres virtually everyother fast food place a minute away)and youll probly see someone you know. Wallingford people live for the weekends.
Typical Monday in a Wallingford work place or school kid 1 whats going on this weekend kid 2 i heard about a party at some freshman girl house kid 1 nice, im gunna run the pong tables
is a town 15 minutes north of New Haven. It is a very white town, with about 10 black people who have trickled in from Hamden or Meriden by accident, and the rest are Mexicans that work in the restaurants as cooks or the local Laundrymat Chain "White Way" (ironically named). Wally World as it is affectionately known as, has access to all the major roadways in CT, just like Meriden, however Meriden is a sh*thole, so most people that have jobs and ambition live in Wallingford. Most people that are born in this town tend to stay there forever working at Ulbrich, Amphenol, or a number of other larger companies in the Industrial Parks. There are plenty of decent places to eat for fine dining,some great bars, and ofcourse, some of the finest dives in the universe....headlined by "The Monte Carlo"...where you can get the finest canned beer money can buy. There is every chain restaurant possible, Including CT's only Sonic, so you will have plenty of choices to hit up when you get the muchies on your "bake ride" around town. Wallingford people have a lot of pride in their town,like to get into everyone else's drama, and are definitely not afraid to fight for no apparent reason. Summers are filled with the "ping" of plastic hitting aluminum over at the softball fields Westside and Doolittle where there is more beer being drunk than actual softball being played. All in all, wallingford is a great town to raise a family.
Meriden Kid "yo, whiteboy, you from Wallingford?" Wallingford Kid "I am white, so yes I am." Meriden Kid "I guess you are right." Wallingford guy at a bar "Jaegerbomb and a budweiser" Wallingford girl at a bar "tootsie roll and a white zinfadel" Black guy in Wallingford "what the hell am I doing in Wallingford?"
A town in Connecticut, my home. It is also the home of Choate the prep school. Wallingford is not a rich town or a poor town and we have some real nice areas. It can be a little boring but for the most part not too bad...just dont say anything bad about us unless you've been here cause we are known to have attitudes, but we are friendly under most circumstances. We say we're from Wallyworld (i know kinda dumb) but other then that we're pretty low key
Songs about Wallingford:
Wallingford by Matt Alber from the Album Constant Crows
The Bride's March / The Keelman's Pertition / Show Me the Way to Wallingford / Sword Dance by Dave Swarbrick from the Album Smiddyburn / Flittin'
Broken Down Ft. Mac Lethal & Emma Wallingford (feat. Mac Lethal) [Explicit] by Rhyme Progression from the Album Awoken EP [Explicit]
The English Dancing Master: Wallingford House by Gerald Stempfel from the Album La Beata Olanda: John Come Kiss Me Now
Ode to Thom Wallingford by Elijah B Torn from the Album Sarge Shukar Rough
Wallingford by The Marshes from the Album Recluse
Wallingford by Here And Now from the Album Take Flight
Books about Wallingford:
Wallingford (Images of America: Connecticut) by Wallingford Historical Society (Jun 26, 1999)
Wallingford Through Time by David Beasley (Nov 10, 2013)
Miles Wallingford Sequel to "Afloat and Ashore" by James Fenimore Cooper (May 17, 2012)
Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford by George Randolph Chester (Aug 16, 2011)
Young Wallingford by George Randolph Chester (Mar 30, 2011)
THE WALLINGFORD FILES: Last of the Firstborn by Glen M. Glenn (Jul 1, 2014)
The Wallingford Files: Last of the Firstborn.(The Fantasy/SciFi Shelf)(Book review): An article from: Small Press... by Unavailable (Aug 13, 2014)
Wiki information Wallingford:
Wallingford is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 45,135 at the 2010 census. The urban center of the town is delineated as the Wallingford Center census-designated place, with a 2010 population of 18,210....
Wallingford is a market town and civil parish in the upper Thames Valley in England. Until 1974 it was in Berkshire, but was transferred to Oxfordshire in that year. The town's royal but mostly ruined Wallingford Castle held high status in the early...