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LeftCherubLeftCherubIf you wish to be perfect, go and sell your possessions and give the money to the poor … Unless a couple of dudes register at the Pottery Barn, in which case, f**k the poor.RightCherubRightCherub
~ The Holy Bible, Matthew 19:21

Poverty is a place where "the poor" live, both physically and in the very depths of their black, black souls.


Located near Crystal Fountains, Poverty is a fair and bright land, where the sun shines everyday and wind is non-existant, making precipitation in Poverty scarce.

Trickling down the rocks of Poverty's only mountain, the Big Rock Candy Mountain, are alcohol streams which feed the many lemonade springs. These tributaries flow into the numerous whiskey and stew lakes.

Flora and FaunaEdit

Hobo With A Shotgun (2011) - Unrated Trailer HD

Hobo With A Shotgun (2011) - Unrated Trailer HD

The Hobo is an evolved form of the poor

This diverse land is home to many species:

  • birds
  • bluebirds
  • bees
  • rubber-teeth bulldogs
  • hens that lay softboiled eggs
  • handout bushes
  • cigarette trees



A lazy welfare liberal asking for handouts

Poverty has a railroad-based economy. The majority of povertarians work as breakman or hobos. What makes Poverty's railroad industry unique is that one occupation is reserved for the handicapped: "railroad bulls". Law enforcement also extends employment to the many parapalegic.

Prior to the railroads, Poverty's economy was agricultural-based, with many fruit and hay farmers.

Soon after the railroads began, sock manufacturing was introduced. The close of the sock era came quickly, however, after an emotional and polarizing trial that ended with the hanging of a notorious inventer. Hat-making soon took sock's place.

Prison EconomyEdit

Poverty is essential for a strong Prison Economy


No more food for people

Most people who live in Poverty choose to do so, but within the last 12 years, a tourism industry has boomed.

Guides offer weekend-long excursions allowing visitors the chance to fully experience turn-of-the-century railyards, whose empty boxcars dot the landscape.

These tours come complete with authentic campsites, and tours of the tin jails popular at the time.


The poor living in luxury

Today's poor live in the lap of luxury.

Luckily Real Americans and the free market found a solution to The Poor, make poverty illegal, send the poor to jail. That way the prison economy will flourish and the poverty issue will fix by itself.

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