The Top 20 Worst Places to Live
1 – Tarboro, NC (Location to the entrance of Hell– or simply known as the “Hellmouth” or “Devil’s Gate” to the locals)
To those visiting Tarboro, NC the “Hellmouth” or “Devil’s Gate” can be found at the cemetery located at 411 East Church Street but is only visible for ten minutes after Midnight on the night of the full moon.
There’s a $100 fine for littering—so remember to dispose of any demons you kill while visiting Tarboro, NC. Public trash cans are located at or near each street corner.
2 – Tehran, Iran
Women’s Fashion Shows in Iran are a little bit boring.
3 – Arizona (Papers Please!* unless you are Caucasian– and sound like a redneck)
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4 – Douala, Cameroon
Asthma Sufferers should bring an extra inhaler.
5 – Mississippi (State Motto: “Watch Racism Come Alive!”)
Last Year’s Equality Rally in Mississippi
6 – Harare, Zimbabwe
Everybody’s a Millionaire in Zimbabwe! (Hyperinflation)
7 – Alabama (State Motto: “Indoor Plumbing since 2001!”)
Male Models in Alabama— look just a little bit different.
8 – Abidjan, Ivory Coast
Abidjan Tea Party
9 – South Carolina (First State to Secede– they still talk about doing it again)
The Governor of South Carolina taking an emergency phone call during a recent interview at the Governor’s Mansion.
10 – Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Like the United States—Cambodia doesn’t have Universal Health Care either.
11- Louisiana (State Motto: “We put the ‘Back’ in Backwater”)
Sadly a law passed in 2003 made indoor plumbing illegal for all homes built after 1973
12 – Lagos, Nigeria
At least they’ve got KFC (Seriously they do!)
13 – Tennessee (The Klu Klux Klan was founded here)
14 – Karachi, Pakistan
The Average Mugger in Pakistan—people just tend to hand over their wallets.
15 – Georgia (State motto: “More Double Wides than other State!”)
16 – Dhaka, Bangladesh
A first class ticket allows you to ride inside the train
17 – Algiers, Algeria
18 – Sandpoint, Idaho (Birth place of Sarah Palin)
Smoke comes up from the ground 24 hours a day—it started on February 11, 1964 (the day Sarah Palin was born).
19 – Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Port Moresby ‘Welcome Wagon’ Greets New Visitors to the City.
20 – Waterloo, Iowa (Birth place of Michele Bachmann and John Wayne Gacy lived there)
She compared herself to “John Wayne” in a recent interview—now that she mentions it, she does look a lot like him, maybe they’re related.
Hell itself clocked in at number 32, while the strangely named “Univille” in South Dakota came in at number 41 for the third year in a row (mainly due to the strange warehouse located outside of town).
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