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An extensively large edition of a vinyl village. These neighborhoods usually take up at least 80 sq. miles of land in a sub-urban area. The houses are made up of at least 75% vinyl siding. The houses in such a neighborhood basically all follow the same floor plan, hence all the houses look identical despite the brick facade arrangement on the face of the home. Each has minor differences to cater to the needs of the individual that is occupying the home.
Ben: What the HECK! It seems like we have been driving through this VINYL VILLAGE FOREVER!

Maggie: Ohh, this must be a VINYLOPOLIS!
by Ben&MaggieFromINDY August 04, 2009
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