Suburb of Texas which became part of Houston after its annexation on December 11, 1996. A relatively large, moderately affluent residential community with one, overpopulated high school. The town is the perfect representative of conservative, middle class suburbia with relatively little criminal activity or racial diversity. The inhabitants often take on an aura of superiority due its proximity to various other poorer urban developments. This pomp, is merely a guise, perpetuated by large homes, since the true upperclass live in the city, where real estate is much more expensive. Drug use is frequent, but mostly limited to marijuana. Underage drinking, however, in the form of house parties, often takes place but is, on the whole, characterized as simple, pathetic outlets for bored middle-class Americans who listen to bad music. Emphasis is placed on maintaining a positive appearance, yet noone really has any individual style. This monotonous, homogenous group of white teenagers all look the same: American Eagle, Abercrombie, Gap; all sickeningly conformative attempts at fashion. It is usually expected that on their 16th birthday, young Kingwoodians will receive a car, usually new, but tacky and cheap, thus maintaining the positive appearance mentioned earlier. Mothers tend to be particularly prone to gossip: the true Desperate Housewives of America. Also known as The Liveable Forest.
God, the teenage waste of Kingwood, Texas must be so bored in that hideous shithole of feigned affluence.
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