Further, a "Hiroko" will fall for people named "Erik" (yes, with a "k") and will dislike people named "Scott", which is rather odd because on Urban Dictionary, Scott is typically a nice person. But that just goes to show the non-conformist trait of a "Hiroko".
Hiroko is also often used in the present-progressive form and as a verb. i.e.
I am hirocking (hee-rock-ing) my new hairdue.
Dude, that person is SO hirokoed.