>This is a poor neighborhood in the USA because cars are parked on the lawn
>mfw their HOA knocks down their door and threatens their lives for lack of proper lawn care and improper parking
Those houses are plywood shacks that their inhabitants can't afford. There are huge cities full of empty shacks like this in America. Eventually, they turn into factories for illegal drugs and snuff porn.
>I will never grow up in suburban kentucky
it's just not fair
i don't think it's hard to have anything larger than our country in general 2bh lad
behold this rare footage of an american "walking"
These would be single wide, basically a metal box. Lot rent maybe $300 or so with some utilities.
They come with titles like a car, and lose value just as fast.
We get called to work on them sometimes, trailer parks are crazy.
>you just walk like normal on them.
Remember, Finns are Mongolians and are therefore subhuman. Thus, they have a loping, ape-like gait which takes up excessive amounts of space. Coincidentally, that is also why their personal space is so large and why they are uncomfortable standing within 100 feet of other people.
The suburb will not have a lot of people walking around like an urban city centre, so you don't really have to worry about sharing it.
Unless you're commenting on our girth well that is a problem
In Maine and the Canadian maritimes there are a lot of these (hence Trailer Park Boys).
In reality they're full of very old people, and Native Americans. For old people who did not have private savings and exist on social security (state pension), they basically only have the income for trailer parks
They're not as disgusting as you might think, since elderly people tend to make nice gardens, have lots of cats and antiques. Both my grandmothers lived in separate trailer parks and they were actually decent