Today, I had artfully managed to avoid anyone knowing that I was moving into a trailer park. I showed up at the trailer where all my friends, co-workers, and exes were waiting. My parents knew I was feeling down and wanted to throw me a surprise 'moving in' party. FML

by TrailerTrash / 03/20/2009 at 7:34pm / United States (Texas) / Miscellaneous

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  • In a lot of areas, such as the one I live in, trailer parks are not very nice places to live. In these areas, those stereotypes are actually true the vast majority of the time. I can see why (if the OP lives somewhere like this) he/she might not have wanted people to know.

    And it's not about cheap living. There's often a reason that it's cheap -- it's a bad place to live.

    #4 - On 03/21/2009 at 4:37am by Travestie616

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  • Stereotyping, nice.

    #1 - On 03/21/2009 at 4:21am by caleyy

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