An all-black town that sets the scene for a considerable portion of Zora Neale Hurston's "Their Eyes Were Watching God"
Janie and Jody travel to Eatonville, where Jody hopes to have a “big voice.”
A boring little po-dunk town in Washington State with nothing but a market and a motel.
Hick: I live in Eatonville
small town in which theres a bakery,subway,brunos,market,tatoo joint,chinese place, ect. like only i would say f**k off about the hick s**t yeah we're not afraid to get dirty(boys and girls) so get over it cuz we'll kick ur ass.
Dude: I live in eatonville
boy: eww hick
Dude: f**k off rich boy
to be in a state of hunger.
"dude. im in freaking eatonville over here. get me some waffle fries.