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2 definitions by warrensucks

 
1.
A large, 4+lane semi-highway which runs east-to-west in southeastern Michigan. It is physically the dividing line between Detroit and Warren (in relation to Eminem's movie), as well as a number of other suburbs.

On its easternmost part, 8-Mile road runs through very wealthy areas. A few miles west, you will find the Eastland Center Mall, which is very nice, but almost completely Afro-Centric (lots of stores selling rap clothing, etc.). It's all downhill from there -- it gets better once you hit Southfield, though.

Nobody can doubt that it is a racial divide. Warren, for the most part, is almost completely white, while the Detroit side is predominantly black.

8-Mile is not cool. It's actually sleazy and boring. There's lots of strip clubs and crummy convenience stores, as well as check cashing and furniture rental places.

Warren is not entirely lower-class. Rather, it is a city with many income divides. Basically, the higher the mile number (ie. 10-Mile Road), the better the area. By 12 Mile, it's completely Middle Class, and most of 10-11 Mile is too, with the exception of a few pockets of starter homes and some apartment complexes known for their drug problems.
Once you cross 8 Mile, certain parts of the city look like war zones.
by warrensucks September 04, 2005
 
2.
An area of Warren, Michigan that is filled with run-down starter homes, and which has a very large white trash population. It gained its name for having a high number of people who look like they're from rural Kentucky (ie. pickup trucks on the lawn, etc.). It's somewhere near Groesbeck and 10 Mile, I think.

All of Warren is not Warrentucky, but there is a certain amount of spillover into other parts of the city. It is not uncommon to see rusty Chevy Berettas filled with skanky Warrentucky chicks driving around. For these vehicles, an Insane Clown Posse sticker is almost mandatory.
I'm sick of seeing nasty-ass chicks from Warrentucky. They're all ugly and tattooed.
by warrensucks September 04, 2005