itown is the township of indiana located out side of Pittsburgh PA, where everybody has major swag.
Girl: Do you live in itown?
Guy: Yeee
Girl: Lets go to your place
de Bigbux10210* 29 Septembrie 2011
1 Word related to itown
Slang name for Indianapolis. Also known as Circle City, INDY, and The Heart of America. The capitol of "Indiana." Has been increasing in population to become a thriving "Urban City" and one of the largest cities in the United States (check census). Is known for its crime rate, hospitality, and for its low cost of living. Home of the Pacers, Colts, Indy 500, and the Black Expo.
Ignorant Bastard: Where is the corn?
Indy born: What do ya mean whurr is the corn?!? Nigga this is I-Town... 317 is whurr you at... no corn herre.
de Michael Johnson 06 Februarie 2004
Another nickname for Indianapolis, capital and largest city in the great state of Indiana. This is a kickass city with a population of well over 780,000 people.
I can't wait to go back to I-Town again.
de The Midwestrn Soldier 08 Iulie 2005
A town inside of rochester, newyork. known for its culture and great sights. pretty much the best town to grow up in because of the greast parties and kick ass sports...if you live in itown your probaly a sick person
due..i went to a party in I-town, and they have the best party..its the town of alchoholics!!
de ayyyrejhe5yh545654564 30 August 2008
To dispel any rumors or confusion that might be going around, I-town is an abbreviation for Irvine, California! It is commonly used by Katie Bentley and Amy Frueh. Now Pavan Hari thinks that he coined this phrase with his boys back in Miami like Usher and A-Town, but really we ALL know it goes back to Katie and Amy and no where else.
I live in the bubble, I-town.

Going home and representing the loop I-town style!
de Amy Frueh and Katie Bentley 13 Ianuarie 2005

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