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6.
Literally, the only "Oblong" in the U.S. and it used to be named Henpeck, Illinois.
It’s so small that it can't even be called a town or city, but a village.
It’s kind of a faming community.
The high school has about 140 kids. There is quite a bit of diversity of character for such a small town. However, the population is primarily white. There are maybe 5 Black students at the high school.

When it comes to sports, the high school is pretty lame. The only thing they've really got going for them is Cheerleading, Softball, and Math Team.
The elementary school is newly remodeled in 2003 and houses the preK-8th graders. The housing is fairly cheap, and there is a lot of land.
The closest shopping mall/large city is an hour away and there are 5 options for food if you choose to eat out or get carry out for dinner.
It is about one square mile with a population of 1600. Recently got a Dollar General (“The Mall” to the towns people)
The biggest attractions are the county fair in July (famed for the demo derbies) and the Fall Follies in October (biggest night time parade in Illinois).
1 - "So, where are you from?"
2 - "Oblong, Illinois!"
1 - "Where?"
2 - "*sigh* a small town in southeastern illinois."
1 - "Oh, cool."
by SummerXyay June 23, 2011
 
1.
the real name of rectangles
"look out guys, im going to rule the whole world by the power of oblong"
by Oblong power July 27, 2004
 
2.
Strange; crazy in a fun and/or funny sort of way
Bethel went drinking last night and when she came into work this morning she was being silly. She's so oblong.
by Jennifer & Beth May 23, 2008
 
3.
Literally, the only "Oblong" in the U.S.
Used to be named Henpeck, Illinois.
It’s so small that it can't even be called a town or city, but a village.
The high school has about 140 kids. There is quite a bit of diversity of character for such a small town. However, the population is primarily white. There are maybe 5 African American students at the high school, and no Asians or Latinos at all.

When it comes to sports, the high school is pretty lame.
The only thing they've really got going for them is Cheerleading and Math Team.
Football and basketball aren't the greatest.
The elementary school is newly remodeled in 2003 and houses the preK-8th graders. The closest College is Lincoln Trail Community College in Robinson, Illinois.
The housing is fairly cheap, and there is a lot of land for new homes.
It’s a large farming community known for the largest nighttime parade in Illinois. There are 5 options for food if you choose to eat out or get carry out: Main Street Diner, restaurant at Harmon's, and Pizza & More, and the gas stations Casey's, and Check Mart for pizza and quick food.
Contents:
1600 residents
Dollar General
Oil Field Museum
Video Rentals
5+ Churches
3+ Tanning stores
Grocery Store (IGA)
Flower Shop
3 Banks
4+ Hair and Beauty parlors
Cemetery
Gym
Park
Used furniture

Feed and Seed

Car Wash
Auto Parts Store
Hallmark Store/Pharmacy
And the miscellaneous stuff mentioned earlier
And that's basically it for Oblong, Illinois
The town was so small it was compared to the Village of Oblong in Illinois.
by SummerXyay February 07, 2011
 
4.
An adjective referring to an object of undetermined width &/or diameter that it somewhat long but not necessarily straight.
(Stephanie) "Why Katherine, what IS that oblong device lying on the corner of your bed?"

(Katherine) "Oh! Well Stephanie, that would be my new personal massager from 'Good Vibrations'. It is somewhat long but not necessarily straight!"
by pookita September 02, 2009
 
5.
The original latin translation was "leaf shaped", the spanish used it to mean shaped like a cigar or elongated circle. The British used it to mean rectangle or elongated square.
The USA uses the Spanish translation, meaning cigar shaped.
Oblong as used by the British would mean rectangle.
Oblong as used by the Spanish or Americans would mean elongated circle or cigar shaped.
by Mike Gracey October 07, 2007
 
7.
To have mad rep.

To have reputation.
Yo that G has mad oblongs
by Bones"thug"n"harmony November 25, 2006