20 definitions by Journey fan

1.) n.: A total asshole, jerk, or jackoff (or jagoff).
2.) n.: A guy's dick.
3.) v.: To poke something with a sharp or edged object.
Stop being such a prick! No wonder she don't like you!
....his favorite trick was to stand on his prick and roll around on his balls.
I pricked the balloon.
by Journey Fan December 02, 2004
A popular cartoon T.V. dad on the FX show King of the Hill. He lives with his family Peggy (wife), Bobby (son), Ladybird (dog), and Luanne (niece) in the fictional Texas city of Arlen. He is a true, hard-working, tell-it-like-it-is American dad. His best friends are Dale Gribble, Bill, and Boomhower. Hank is more conservative and right-leaning, and, as a result, has greater family values and stronger morals than others. His friends tend to do stupid or mean things that often piss him off.
Hank: Dammit Dale! I'm gonna kick yer ass!
Me: Why does it always have to be about you and asses? (laughter)
by Journey Fan May 25, 2005
This is the formerly-largest city in the great state of Ohio, with the metropolis' population currently being at around 470,000 people. It is here where there are three major/national sports teams: Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA), Cleveland Browns (NFL), and Cleveland Indians (MLB). Cleveland has been voted as an All-American city five times.
There is a Federal Bank Reserve building located here. In addition, C-town also has numerous corporate headquarters, including GE (General Electric). It was in Cleveland that the term rock n roll was coined by a DJ during the early 1950s. Not surprisingly, the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame and Musuem is also located here, built partially on the Cleveland shore, and part of it just above the coast of Lake Erie.
This major U.S. city is also home to one of the tallest and coolest buildings in the World: The Key Tower; a massive skyscraper that towers over downtown Cleveland at 947 feet and 57 stories high. There are also some REALLY OLD high-rise buildings here, including: Holiday Inn Express (built 1896, 15 stories), the Rockefeller Building (built 1905, 17 stories), and Metropolitan Bank Center (built 1915, 15 stories).
Cleveland, OH: One of the most awesome cities in America.
by Journey Fan June 30, 2005
(THIS IS THE OTHER HALF OF THE COMPARISON BETWEEN REDNECKS AND HICKS)

A Hick:
-May or may not be intelligent or somewhat educated
-Doesn't go to KKK meetings
-May or may not be imbreeded
-Wears overalls and straw hats
-Doesn't always wear shoes
-Are lucky to have a computer
-Might be seen chewing on a hay straw
-Doesn't drink beer; drinks moonshine
-Doesn't live in trailer parks like rednecks; quite a few live in suburban houses, but most live in the southern foothills, Appalachia, and vast farmlands throughout the Midwest.
-Is less racist and bigoted towards differences, but is still serious about defending whatever their particular way of life may be
-Are usually more hospitable, especially in the mountains of the South, or the massed farms of the Midwest.
-Aren't always as violent as rednecks.
I went down to eastern Tennessee and saw a bunch of hillbilly-ish people, but they were all nice to me, and they were all wearing shoes. I heard some talking about how stupid the KKK was...
by Journey fan August 12, 2004
A popular cartoon T.V. dad on the FX show King of the Hill. He lives with his family Peggy (wife), Bobby (son), Ladybird (dog), and Luanne (niece) in the fictional Texas city of Arlen. He is a true, hard-working, tell-it-like-it-is American dad. His best friends are Dale Gribble, Bill, and Boomhower. Hank is more conservative and right-leaning, and, as a result, has greater family values and stronger morals.
His friends tend to do stupid or mean things that often piss him off.
Hank: Dammit Dale! I'm gonna kick yer ass!
Me: Hank Hill is awesome!
by Journey Fan May 11, 2005
A century-old moron from South Carolina who was a member of the Seperatist Party. One of his accomplices was Trent Lott. The old crochety little bastard.
Hah! Ah'm Storm Thurrrmond! I hate blacks! Hur hur hur hur......auuuggghh! NURSE! AH BROKE MAH HIP AGAIN!!!!
by Journey Fan October 26, 2004
One of the largest and longest-lengthed rivers on the continent of North America. It runs from the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania all the way to the very southern tip of Illinois at a town called Cairo, whereupon it pours out into the Mighty Mississippi River.

It covers a length of well over 300 miles and creates the northern border for Kentucky and West Virginia, separating them from the rest of Midwest. This major waterway has been the lifesource for the people who have resided in this large Ohio River Valley since the dawn of the 1800s, and the Native Americans who predominantly occupied the region beforehand. The riverboat traffic on the Ohio as well as the major freshwater source was the number one reason for the development of such huge cities and large towns along the Ohio River. See Owensboro, Evansville, Cincinnati, Huntington, and Louisville.
The Ohio River as been used in trafficking supplies of natural resources like coal to other areas, as well as troop transports during the War of 1812 and the Civil War.
by Journey Fan December 08, 2004

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