258 definitions by krock1dk@yahoo.com

An online "dating" site that matches people by 30 dimensions of compatibility, based on personality, weaknesses, strengths, lifelong goals, short term goals, religous beliefs, philosophies on raising children, etc. It is a faith-based matching site and CAN reject applicants it does not feel would be right for their site, ie. refusing to match persons of the same sex. As successfull as eHarmony is when compared to other online matching sites, most of its clients do NOT find love through their service and find someone the old fashioned way (in real life). Its clients are NOT necessarily desperate either. Some people on its service join because they are either too busy in their personal lives to have time to find someone or are too shy to pursue someone in real life. And yes, some join because their shyness or introversion prevents them from meeting someone in real life, and they feel it's better to be rejected by a stranger in the computer than by a real pserson they would know in real life.
eHarmony is NOT for everybody. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn't.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com August 9, 2008
The sole cause of obesity in this country.
Fast food is almost the single-worst thing a person can injest in their body.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com January 5, 2008
Two cities with the same name that share a metropolitan area along the Kansas-Missouri border. Kansas City, Missouri (445,000) is twice as large as its Kansas counterpart and known for jazz and barbeque. The Kansas City Metro area is just shy of 2 million people in the middle of the United States. Kansas City is not known for very much and lacks an identity, but is a comfortable Midwest metropolis, nonetheless.
"Where we going, dude ?"

"Kansas City"

"Which one, man?"
by krock1dk@yahoo.com December 4, 2007
The Peachtree City. The Athens of the South. Hotlanta. These are just a few of the nicknames for Atlanta, the largest city in Georgia with about 450,000 in the city limits and and additional 4 million or so in the metro area and growing almost exponentially. It is now among the fastest growing metro areas in the U.S. It is quickly emerging as a major international city and amajor media center thanks to CNN and Ted Turner being in the city. It hosted the Summer Olympic in 1996 and is becoming a major cultural center. It has the CNN Center, the Georgia Aquarium which is the largest in the U.S., the Coca Cola Museum, and a place called underground Atlanta.
The Atlanta area is nice to live BUT I wouldnt want to live in the city proper. It is among the most crime-ridden cities in the country. Alpharetta or Sandy Springs is more appealing to me.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com November 5, 2007
An area of the U.S., primarily the South, that has an enormously large number of Protestants. It's also a stereotypical term that recognizes the far southern United States for its faith, morals and huge presence of Protestant denominations including the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), the world’s largest Protestant denomination. This stereotype paints people in the region as Rednecks, NASCAR lovers, radical Bible thumpers, and narrowminded bigots.

The Bible Belt stereotype is most prevalent in rural areas of the South, however.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com March 29, 2008
The antithesis of love--love gives (unconditionally) while lust takes. Don't ever confuse the two.
Lust cannot and nor ever will be equated with love.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com December 16, 2007
An NFL team that has a God-given talent for knowing how to lose games. They ALWAYS find a way to lose after leading in the fourth quarter. A rival team to the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers.
The Detroit Lions are probably the best of the worst teams in the NFL.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com August 17, 2007