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3.
Shitholes found across the United States, and also other countries that support such evil entities, particularly in the western world. The suburbs are devoid of all soul, and is comprised of many, though certainly not only, boring people. Most people's justification for moving to the suburbs is that "the schools are better" for their children. Is it really worth an increase in the quality of education to deprive your children of city life, replacing it only with conformity, boredom, and other undesirable qualities?
The suburbs make me fucking sick
by Peter G January 22, 2006
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A Neighborhood where the entire area is clean or quiet.
Example: My friend lives somewhere in the Suburbs out of town.
by JPichay December 08, 2008
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Suburbs are generally located in metropolitan areas and are for strange reasons, considered to be the worst places in the United States. Many people (especially from the Inner City) think of suburbs as places populated by soccer moms and such, when that isn't entirely true. Other people that live in suburbs will think of them as worthless places with houses that look exactly the same. The media also portrays suburbs with houses that look exactly the same, but that isn't true. There are plenty of nice places in the suburbs, and these are all stereotypes given by ignorant people and spoiled brats that continue to explain suburbs as being boring. Saying such about suburbs is equal to saying that rural areas are filled with rednecks or urban areas are filled with ghettos and thugs. Not all suburbs contain the same looking houses or monotonous mcmansions and ranch houses. I personally live in a suburb that has old but large and unique houses that are at a good distance and the neighbors are friendly. Sure there are many faults with suburbs, but there are also many in urban areas.
A Conversation about the Suburbs

Spoiled suburban brat: "Man these suburbs are so boring, there's nothing to do. This is the worst place in the world."

Someone from an urban area after seeing a movie: "How can anyone live in the suburbs, there are soccer moms driving SUV's and houses that look exactly the same."

Moderately Intelligent Person actually from suburbs: "I live in the suburbs and the houses don't look exactly the same. Infact they would be easier to find than a specific apartment. Stop coming up with stereotypes. Also, there is plenty to do if you aren't lazy, just hangout with friends or find a hobby and quit whining you simpleton."
by Jag140 July 14, 2011
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a place where the houses are newer than the houses in the inner city. Also it's a less crowded, more spread out and usually predominated by mid to upper income whites
by Anonymous September 05, 2003
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A place on the outskirts of the city, this way more people can live in a city. It is often confused with the rich suburbs, such as Beverly Hills, California, and Ladue, Missouri. Many races live here, not just whites.
Bob: Dude, the suburbs suck!
Frank: Meh, depends on which one.
by Thok1599 February 18, 2013
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The suburbs is where most americans want to make a living. It is where successful individuals or couples who have made it somewhere in life through determination live. Whether or not the same can be said about their children is up for debate, but it is a HAVEN from the noise-ridden, polluted, and often crime / poverty infested city. People living in a suburb ADVANCED in life, and made it out of the city, or were lucky enough to have educated parents who raised them here. Whether or not those privileged appreciate it or not is also up for debate, but as one of those privileged individuals myself, I can honestly say that after 30 years of living in a New Jersey suburb, I have WISENED up enough to say that I am THANKFUL to live in a suburb. Sure, it can get boring, and there are downsides to living in a suburb, but as with anything in life, there are solutions, like earning your own car to get places, as I did (which I must say most 'urbanites' at my job are jealous of). And I must add its nice to come home from a 12 hour shift in the middle of summer to a very suburban SWIMMING POOL, rather than cooling off to a very urban FIRE HYDRANT.
There are mostly negative definitions of suburbanites here, and they are most likely coming from biased and jealous urban folks, who will NEVER make it out of the city, due to their child support issues, or their little record.
"Hello and welcome to my home. If for any reason you don't like it, then by all means leave my PALACE in the suburbs, and return to your urban HOVEL, peasant.
by Ababohee March 04, 2012
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Where you live when you dont want to live in the inner city. It's a place of mostly middle-class homes, Walmart, soccer moms, SUVs, strip malls and the homes of corporate bigwigs. Suburbs in the United States began to spring up during the post WWII years as families left the central cities for a quieter, safer and more relaxed lifestyle. However some suburbs are just as poor as the inner-city itself. According to the US census, the number of persons living in the suburbs now outnumbers those in the central cities.
Most Americans would probably rather live in a suburb than in the crime-infested inner city.
by krock1dk March 31, 2009
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an area that is somewhat in between the rural areas and the cities. It is a typical neighborhood, with usually no apartments. watch the movie "over the hedge" and you will get a vague idea of what it is. contrary to what all the other dumb asses are saying on this site about suburbs, the suburbs are pretty freakin' much the best type of area to live in. They are not hellholes or places where white people steal and do drugs. If anything, I think that would be called the ghetto? just maybe? (sarcasm). They are perfect in virtually every way. they also have sidewalks. the houses don't all look alike either. I know, i live in one.
hey man, i live in the suburbs.

oh yeah?

yeah man, it's like a cross between the country and the city.
by notadumbass2 November 03, 2010
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