Suburb of Salt Lake City, known primarily for its oil refineries, Utah's largest white trash Mormon population, drug manufacturing facilities, and desperate attempts to boost its self esteem. In recent years it has made a bid to merge with neighboring Bountiful in an attempt to improve its image. The air can be chewed and the water comes recycled from Salt Lake City's waste management plant. The streets are extensions of people's driveways, where people work on cars, sunbathe, and have church parties. The one good thing to be said about Woods Cross is that the people living there make no pretenses that they are above gutter level. A person can be a life-long member of the Mormon Church and a native born Utahan and still go to Woods Cross and experience culture shock.
Interviewee: Woods Cross, UT. W-O-O-D-S C-R-O-S-S
Interviewer: Yeah, but normal people don't live there. That means you are a whacked out Mormon or just plain whacked out.
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