A very complex, intriguing, sexy, mind blowing, stupid ass man.

Hobbies include making me chase him and fucking.
His favorite pass time is blocking me and laughing about it till he pees his pants.

Very macho in every sense of the word...speaking of words, in Houston language hate means love. It's a good thing he tells me that he hates me every day (;

Houston is in "hate" with a girl who will do anything he asks her to do.

Always keeps me on my toes literally. Never know what he'll do next. Is he going to love or hate you today?
Oh my God, he just blocked me he's such a Houston.
by Midget girl August 31, 2016
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Houston, (pronounced Yew-Ston)is the best place to live in the world. Home of Beyonce,Mike Jones,Paul Wall, Chamillionaire, Bun B, Slim Thug, and countless other rappers. Also the starting place of ZZ Top. The first words from the moon were heard here. And the Medical Center is the best in the world. Living in Houston is the greatest.
1. The guy who said Houston sucks is a fanny.
2. Dallas and Austin ain't got nothing on Houston
by Daniel34 May 11, 2006
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simply put the best city in the united states and the home to screwed and chopped. the rap scene is incredible with artists such as trae z-ro ugk suc and etc that buck the trend and rap about life instead of cars money an women. also known as h town screwston hustle town
holla from the southside of houston.
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Houston is the 4th largest city in the United States and the largest in Texas. However, the metropolitan area is slightly smaller and less culturally and economically important (although I hate to admit it) than the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

Known for its flat, sprawling landscape and lack of public transportation, Houston is the perfect example of a post-modern boom town. Growth has been spurred on by the Port of Houston (top three in the nation), the energy and petrochemical industries, NASA, and high-technology and biomedical industries (Compaq, Texas Medical Center). Houston also does not have zoning laws, which is why there are strip malls and billboards everywhere. Cheap land and never ending suburban sprawl and white flight continue to provide the city with bland, boring (but safe and wholesome, ha) neighborhoods for newcomers to come to live and work.

Houston does not have much to offer that is truly unique when compared with the nation's older cities. Its claims to fame often are negative, such as its status as one of the fattest and most polluted cities. It is surrounded by mostly white, conservative suburbs and is the home to such often maligned stalwarts of the Republican party as George Bush Sr. and Tom DeLay. The weather can be pretty atrocious in summers, with heat, humidity and mosquitoes preventing much outdoor activity, but the rest of the year is often beautiful. Tourist attractions are usually meant for locals, such as the recently closed Astroworld, Galveston Island, the Museum District and the Galleria mall. There is not much reason to come here except for work or family.

However, Rome was not built in a day, and in that same vein Houston only continues to improve. The city is slowly acting on measures to cope with highway traffic, such as HOV lanes, rapid bus transit and light and commuter rail(finally). The city is also trying to beautify the city by cutting down on billboards and other ugly things that line our roads. The art and music scene only continue to improve, with more and more up and coming artists and musicians showcasing their talents in Houston's theatres, concert venues and art galleries. The local rap scene is finally getting national attention, with artists like Mike Jones, Paul Wall, Chamillionaire, and Slim Thug (but not Deep) making it big. Trendy neighborhoods like Montrose, the Heights and Midtown provide relief from the monotony of the suburbs. Houston is also home to some of the most lovable (if not successful) professional sports teams in the nation and a host of beautiful new arenas and stadiums. Houston is still a great place to find good work and cheap (but nice) housing, and is one of the best places in the country for minorities to get ahead.

Houston is still relativly young and growing, and I think most would agree that the Houston of today is vastly superior to the Houston of 10 years ago, and the same can be expected 10 years from now. As long as the citizens of Houston act responsibly and proactively to guide the growth, development and diversification of their city, it still can become one of the world's greatest.
Person A: Houston is big, ugly and boring.
Me: Well quit your bitching and do something to make it prettier and more unique. Get involved in politics if you hate the conservatives who try to run Houston and most of the suburbs.

Person B: The weather in Houston sucks.
Me: Mosquitoes are a bitch, but it's still better than shoveling snow for 4 months a year, and still having to put up with heat waves like they do up North, or getting fried like they do in the West and Southwest.

Note: That picture is not the skyline of Houston, it's Dallas. Houston's is more impressive.
by Somewhat proud Houstonian August 08, 2006
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4th largest city in the US by population, 3rd largest by area.

But that's not important, what is important is this. Houston is a very rainy city but still southern so it usually rrains heavy and only for a few hours at a time. That means that it is the only city in the top 5 cities in the US that you can actually see the clearest, bluest sky, without a hint of smog. It's also a very green city with acres of natural foliage and ground cover that requires virtually no maintinence to grow, just the regular rain fall.

In essence, it's the only city where you can be downtown but still experience the wonder of the Texas Big Sky Country.

Also money, we have a ton of that. It basically rains money in Houston. And all our immigrants are either doctors, nurses, or businessmen (other then the Mexicans and Central Americans). Houstonn is a business town, pure and simple.
L.A. is so depressing, because even the bluest brightest sunny day doesn't even hold a candle to Houston's big blue sky...

Houstonian: I don't care if it is 90 out with 95% humidity, IT'S A DAMN FINE DAY FOR A BALL GAME!!!
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A name for a beautiful girl she is incredible and strong although she does not know it
Did you just see what that girl did to that bully

Yeah she messed him up
I think her name is Houston
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The most boring city on earth, not kidding, and one of the ugliest, just a bunch of oil, conservative brats, more SUVs per capita than any city. Once you get past the 610 loop, it's just sprawl for miles and miles. Most of Houston is a ghetto, but the farther out you go, the less true that is. Most Hispanics and Orientals live where the White people lived 20-100 years ago, since all the white people now live in Spring, Tomball, and those other shitty snob towns. Pretty soon those will become ghettos, Houston may become so big, one day it will swallow the world whole.
The only good things about Houston are...
It never snows
Cost of living is ridiculously cheap
Beautiful ladies come from there (Hilary Duff, Beyoncé, Megan Fox, etc)
The people are warm and friendly
by wahtever123 February 07, 2009
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