A small suburban town in Lower Bucks Country right outside of Northeast Philadelphia.
Bensalem is the home of the first Rita's water ice and the global headquarters of Ibanez guitars.
作者 Bo-Tao Chen 2008年3月24日
Bensalem is a town outside of Philadelphia with about 60,000 people, in Bucks County.
It is also the home of "jawn," Neshaminy Mall (which is too small but cool anyway), crazy-ass weather, the stupidest named road ever (Street Road), about 239874698376 Wawas and half that many 7-11's, Rita's WOODER Ice; and believe it or not, electricity too. Bensalem has its ghetto parts and its posh parts, but mostly it's inbetween. It's also being overgrown by urban sprawl.

All in all, Bensalem owns. B-Town represent!
That kid's from Bensalem. WHOA MAN
作者 Y0ur M0mz0r 2007年3月16日
A small suburban town in Lower Bucks Country right outside of

Northeast Philadelphia.
Otherwise known by teenagers in the area as shitsalem.
They say it is one of 100 best cities to live in though.
Main street is "Street Road" or "Bensalem Blvd"
Contains around 60,000 people.

Upholds many schooling opportunities.
Also it has an apartment complex that teenagers call "Bucks Ghettos" instead of bucks meadows.
Bensalem holds the first ritas waterice.
Teenagers at the local highschool do the "b-town" rumble.
作者 cownipplesforlife 2013年1月28日

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