ANSWERS: 30
  • It is a Mobile Home Community.
  • it is sad to admit, but i do.
  • How would i know when i met a person, and by the time i knew where they lived i would already have made my mind up about them so where they lived would not make any difference to my opinion
  • in Australia, we don't have the same attitude towards trailer park people. A lot of people actually retire to them, mostly the parks near the beach.
  • Not really.
  • No I would not.Where a person lives has no reflection on what sort of person they are.My parents and my uncle are snowbirds and live in trailer parks in Florida over the winter.Trailer parks are fine,with swimming pools,entertainment room,etc.
  • No I would not at all - It doesn't matter where they live it's who they are on the inside -
  • I dont judge people by where they live, but "but the content on their character"
  • I lived in a dumpy old trailer park for three years. Now I live uptown - own house (build new myself) and nice cars etc - outright. I also boss a whole bunch of other people around at work. Actually liked my trailer park neighbors best.
  • No the person you are should not be judged by your income levels or where you live.
  • No, in the UK trailer parks are more up scale than they are viewed in the US, but money has nothing to do with how I view people
  • People who live in "Manufactured Housing Communties" in Salisbury, MD, generally fit the stereotype. I haven't met that many, but of the ones I have.....
  • Trailer parks or caravan parks as their known in Aus, are situated in some of the best beach locations. So my opinion of some1 who lived in one would be that their relaxed, carefree and retired.
  • The world's wealth is distributed too poorly for personal opinion to sanely stand in judgement of the location of someone's home.
  • I wouldn't think differently about a person simply because they lived in a trailer park. I aspire to a trailer park.:)
  • Nothing.
  • Are they from Sunnyvale Trailer Park?? I'd sure like to meet Bubbles, but not Conky. That guy is mean.
  • Nope; I see everyone equally.
  • Ha! I've lived in a trailer park! A lot of good people live in trailer parks. A few losers, but you'll find losers anywhere you go... not just trailers. A lot of people there really DID fit the stereotype, but I don't think that really precludes intrinsic goodness either. Just because you like beer, plastic flamingoes, and country music and you dress yourself at Value Village doesn't mean you can't be a good person. :)
  • No. I actually wanna live in one! I wonder if it would be fun.
  • I like or dislike people because of how theyare as a person not by where they live!!
  • No. Where a person happens to be living or where they choose to live can be dependant on factors you have no clue about. For instance, I live in a park occupied by retired people who were white and/or blue collar workers in their previous lives. They have realized profits from their former homes, maximized their lifestyles by buying mobile homes and have more discretionary income than the average retiree. So does that make them any better or worse than any other average Joe? Personally, my sneaking suspicion is they may feel just a wee bit superior given the smart move they made!
  • There is that old label "trailer park trash" that some people put on residents of Mobile homes (I prefer the term mobile home over trailer). I live in one and love it. Personally I don't give a damm how people view me or label me. If someone thinks of me as "different" because I live in a mobile home then that's THIER problem. In todays economy with the high costs of mortgages and rents , mobile home living is an economical way to go.
  • I personally think that if I already was acquainted with a person and then later come to know that he/she lives in a trailer house ... it might make me rethink a little bit about the person . Not necessarily in a bad way . Just rethink about the person and maybe change my view about the person up to an extent .
  • I don't base my friendships on a person's income, or where they live ... so no, I wouldn't think less of someone who lived in a trailer park.
  • What people live in is irrelevant to me. It's the person who counts.
  • There are good people at every socio-economic level. We joke of "trash" that lives in a trailer. The truth is that "trashy people" live in big fancy homes too. I hope that I would never judge or be judged based on my home. People should be valued on the value that they add to the world. Good people are good people no matter where they live.
  • No, I'd still dislike them.
  • I have never met anyone who did.
  • not at all, theyre still people

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