Knoxville in just six words

OK, I'm stealing this one honest from Tommy's Table. I'm a sucker for stuff like this anyway.

He's challenged people to describe Charlotte in six words. Why six words?

The story goes that Ernest Hemingway once claimed his finest work consisted of six words: "For sale: baby shoes, never worn."

The people at Smith magazine took that idea and ran with it, asking readers to send in six-word memoirs. They're now collected in a book, "Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six-Word Memoirs From Writers Famous and Obscure."

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So now with the rules outta da way, describe Knoxville in six words in a comment:

(via UnderOak on Twitter)