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Fattest city in the country and home to fat people such as myself. We are big girls down here and we can eat more than 10 men in one sitting. Fat women country down here.
If you want to come to Houston make sure to visit us fat asses, we welcome you with open arms.

Becky
by REBECCA REHMEYER_ September 16, 2008
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The fattest city in America....dont believe me look it up
Houston is the fattest city in America I guess everything really IS bigger in Texas
by idontcareokkk December 24, 2011
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A boring city in eastern Texas with no sidewalks and the fattest people in the US. It does have some ghetto places though and a lot of hispanics especially Salvadorians and Mexicans
Houston is the 4th largest city in the US
by Texan chick June 13, 2005
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Also known as Satan's Asshole where your encaged in the hands of fast food restaurants and schools filled with illiterate imbaciles.
Houston? Doesnt that place smell like shit.
by joTHAIStoise April 09, 2007
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A bigger version of Dallas. The 4th largest single city in the United States and largest in Texas. America’s 7th largest metro area. As large as the Houston area is, it isnt even the largest in Texas: it ranks 2nd after Dallas-Ft. Worth. It’s economy has a broad industrial base in energy, the manufacturing of chemicals and petrochemicals, aeronautics (NASA is headquartered in the city at the Johnson space Center), technology, biotechnology and healthcare and research institutions. It is home to more Fortune 500 companies outside New York City. It’s numerous high-paying jobs followed by a low cost of living makes Houston a very easy city to live in. It is one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the country and is a classic example or urban sprawl gone ammock, like many Sun Belt cities including its rival, Dallas. Houston saw a surge of New Orleans refugees in September of 2005, after Hurricane Katrina. It is believed that its crime rate (already among the highest in the country) escalated rapidly after receiving the evacuees. Houston is almost an urban hell to live in because it has no zoning regulations whatsoever, thanks to its voters. Not suprisingly, it has the second-worst air pollution in the country after Los Angeles. For a city of such large size, Houston has very abysmal public transportation and just about everybody drives everywhere. The roads are overused, overcrowded, underfunded and in need of repair. Houston has among the youngest populations in the nation, partly due to an influx of immigrants (both legal and illegal) into Texas. It has the third-largest Hispanic and third-largest Mexican population in the United States. An estimated 400,000 illegal immigrants reside in Houston if you can believe it. That’s perhaps why the city has such a high crime rate. Houston, although not with a profile like the crowded East Coast cities, has just about everything: professional sports teams from every sport except hockey, museums, a theme park, tons of bars and nightclubs, an active nightlife, and ranks high in the arts. Houston is just damb big all over the place and an urban nightmare if you want to live there. It’s a nice place to visit or conduct business, but you don’t want to live there. Houston is just too damb big to be considered even a decent place to live. If people believe this to be a nice place to raise a family, then they have been Enroned.
Houston, we have a problem.
by krock1dk November 27, 2007
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A bigger version of Dallas. The 4th largest single city in the United States and largest city in Texas. America’s 7th largest metro area. As big as the Houston area is, it isn't even the largest in Texas. Dallas-Ft. Worth is the largest. It’s economy has a broad industrial base in energy, manufacturing of chemicals and petrochemicals, aeronautics (NASA is headquartered in the city), technology, biotechnology and healthcare and research institutions. It is home to the most Fortune 500 companies outside New York City. It’s numerous high-paying jobs followed by a low cost of liviing makes Houston a very easy city to live in. It is one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the country and is a classic example of urban sprawl gone ammock, like many Sun Belt cities including its rival, Dallas. Houston saw a surge of New Orleans refugees in September of 2005, after Hurricane Katrina. It is believed that its crime rate (already among the highest in the country) escalated rapidly after receiving the evacuees. Houston is almost an urban hell to live in because it has no zoning regulations whatsoever, thanks to its voters. Not suprisingly, it has the second-worst air pollution in the country after Los Angeles. For a city of such large size, Houston has very abysmal public transportation and just about everybody drives everywhere. The roads are overused, overcrowded, underfunded and in need of repair. Houston has among the youngest populations in the nation,partly due to an influx of immigrants (both legal and illegal) into Texas. It has the third-largest Hispanic and third-largest Mexican population in the United States. An estimated 400,000 illegal immigrants reside in Houston if you can believe it or not. That’s perhaps why the city has such a high crime rate. Houston, although not with a profile like the crowded East Coast cities, has just about everything: professional sports teams from every sport except hockey, museums, a theme park, tons of bars and nightclubs, an active nightlife, and ranks high in the arts. Houston is just damb big all over the place and an urban nightmare if you want to live there. It’s a nice place to visit or conduct business, but you don’t want to live there. Houston, we have a problem.
Houston is just too dam big and crime-ridden to be good for anything.
by krock1dk November 29, 2007
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A big 'ol city with nothing to do. There's no culture. The art scene is a joke. Most of the live music you find is unoriginal and lame. Was the fattest city in the country for a few years. Home town of George W. Bush. Its Six Flags park, Astroworld, is the worste Six Flags park in existance.

They sold their old crappy football team, The Oilers, who then became the Titans and went to the Super Bowl. So they put together another franchise with the most AWESOME name ever, the Houston Texans, who can at least beat the Cowboys.

The biggest industry in the area is oil, the refineries and power plants are an eyesore and make the city one of the cheapest to live in. If it weren't for that, there would be absolutely no reason for the surrounding suburbs to be so rediculously crowded (mostly with Republican tools).

EVERYONE drives, no one walks anywhere, and only Los Angeles has more air polution.

NASA sucks.
Come to Houston, we got us a big ass hospital!
by The Drafted's guitar player August 14, 2005
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