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Definition funny of Raynham:
A Massachusetts town south of Boston. It's small, boring and theres nothing to do. It will soon be the home of two, not just one but TWO Super Walmart's. Raynham's most exciting attraction is...uhh...there's nothing here. We get all the shit from Taunton and Middleboro coming here for Walmart. "Downtown" Raynham is a Tedeschi's. There is a Video Xtra Adult Superstore, and that's the only worthwhile thing we've got. We go to a regional high school, BR, thats biggest priority is sports, mainly football, rather than education.
Person 1: Where do you live? Person 2: Raynham. Person 1: Where the hell is that? Person 2: We're the place that's getting two Walmart's! Person 1: Oh yeah, you guys have that great Porn superstore.
Songs about Raynham:
The Ghost of Raynham Hall (2011 Version) by Carach Angren from the Album Death Came Through a Phantom Ship
Raynham Hall by Sweet Ermengarde from the Album Raynham Hall
Books about Raynham:
Nemesis at Raynham Parva (A Clinton Driffield Mystery) by J. J. Connington (Nov 30, 2012)
Genealogical notes of the Washburn family: with a brief sketch of the family in England, containing a full record... by Julia Constantia Chase Washburn (Aug 28, 2011)
Alex and the Raynhams by Iris Bromige (1972)
Raynham Hall, Oyster Bay, Long Island by Unknown (1930)
Raynham Hall, 1738-1960 by Dorothy Horton McGee (1961)
History of Raynham, Mass: From the First Settlement to the Present Time by Enoch Sanford (Feb 26, 2010)
History of Raynham, Mass: From the First Settlement to the Present Time by Enoch Sanford (Aug 31, 2012)
Wiki information Raynham:
Raynham is a town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States, located approximately 32 miles south of Boston and 22 miles northeast of Providence, Rhode Island. The population was 13,383 at the 2010 census. It has one village, Raynham Center.
Raynham is a town in Robeson County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 72 at the 2010 census.