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  1. Alff Avatar

    You know the neighbors are praying for the second coming of Samson.

    1. tonyola Avatar

      And Jesus went into the trailer of God, and cast out all them that drank Budweiser in the temple, and overthrew the pool tables of the trailertrash, and the seats of them that sold crystal meth. And said unto them, "It is written, My house shall be called the house of Cops reruns; but ye have made it a den of inbreds and kept the neighbors up all night with loud Charlie Daniels and Lynyrd Skynyrd". And verily He broke the leases of the tenants and cast them out into their primered Camaros.

  2. jjd241 Avatar

    Or the split-level version?

    1. acarr260 Avatar

      That's strangely mesmerizing… or maybe I just need coffee.

  3. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

    Large and ostensibly modern and neighbour-impressing, yet built over a poorly-aging structure that was mediocre even when new. It'd be improved greatly by spontaneous combustion, assisted or otherwise.
    And that's just the Impala.

    1. FЯeeMan Avatar

      That was excellent!
      Then I read the punch line! Bravo!

  4. CptSevere Avatar

    Got Mud? And rebar, don't forget that.

  5. facelvega Avatar

    I think this thing is amazing. I wonder what it will end up as– already there's another row of columns to the left out past the current roof line. I'll take a freaky homemade redneck temple over a crappy mcmansion any day of the week.

  6. coupeZ600 Avatar

    Um,.. Err… It's a single-wide…

    1. Mike_the_Dog Avatar

      It started as a single-wide. It will soon be a quadruple-wide.

    2. Alff Avatar

      Kudos for knowing that … and being willing to admit it. I raise my Keystone to you.

      1. RealDonn Avatar


  7. bill Avatar

    I'll take one.

  8. muthalovin Avatar

    Sadly, much like its predecessors, this home is in foreclosure.

  9. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

    I've seen worse, but I am in Kansas.

  10. dukeisduke Avatar

    It wouldn't look so bad if they'd just paint the whole thing white. Plywood and OSB don't weather very well. The only good thing is that the thing shades the mobile home's roof; I'll bet it keeps the A/C bills down.

  11. highmileage_v1 Avatar

    Soon to be level ground. Tornado anyone?

  12. BrianTheHoon Avatar

    24 Hours of LeMons global headquarters?

  13. soo΄pәr-bādd75 Avatar

    Hell, I say just drag the trailer out, add exterior walls and divvy up the interior. Fixed.

    1. BrianTheHoon Avatar

      Heh. I was kinda thinking the same thing. It even looks like they left juuuust enough room to pull the trailer straight out, too. Maybe that is the grand plan?

      1. Mike_the_Dog Avatar

        Um, guys. Look at the peak of the trailer's roof. It's not coming out of there with the either roof intact unless it was jacked up significantly higher than it sat on its wheels (and they almost never are).

        1. BrianTheHoon Avatar

          Let air out of the tires first?

  14. microbuss Avatar

    you might be a redneck when….you build a fancy house for your mobile home LMAO

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