Chicago happened slowly, like a migrane. First they were driving through countryside, then, imperceptibly, the occasional town became a low suburban sprawl, and the sprawl became the city.- Neil Gaiman, American Gods
That is an awesome use of similie.
Yeah, I liked this one even though I wasn't much of a fan of the novel.
That's how I'm used to cities happening. Not in Hampton Roads, VA though. It's rural and suburban sprawl and strip mall splattered all over like a Jackson Pollock.
We have no rural anything in south Florida. In fact, it wasn't until I was a teen that I realized we had separate municipalities. It's just one big concrete strip.
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