Numerology information Decatur:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless


Definition funny of Decatur:

urbanDecatur is a medium-sized city in Central Illinois. The city is unique in that it is composed entirely of soybeans held together by a sticky adhesive made of sadness and dried Krekel's soft-serve. Local History: The city of Decatur was founded in the 1800's by the Chicago Bears, who at the time were coached by the legendary Abraham Lincoln. Always the savvy businessman, Lincoln elected to exchange the team for tickets to a showing of "My American Cousin" in Washington, DC, and we all know what happened with that. The city's auspicious beginnings attracted a number of aspiring industrialists spanning a number of industries, including hog rendering, dirt recycling, garbage producing, and pollution. Many of these industries can still be seen today, though the long ago laid off most of their employees. The city is home to a few famous inventions, such as the flyswatter, the automobile turn signal, and Dr. Dustin Ellison's Fabulous Rectal Plunger (patent pending). The air often has a curious smell about it and can differ from day to day, often so much so that residents have been known to refer to days of the week by smell: Monday: Burnt Cheez-Its Tuesday: Soggy French Fries Wednesday: Unholy Ass-crack of Satan Thursday: Toasted Cat Litter Friday: Recently Deceased Hobo Coated in Vaseline Government: The city is ruled by a small, exclusive club of wealthy men who are engaged in a large-scale game of Monopoly, with each one attempting to construct a "Speed Lube" or "Cash Loans" establishment on every street corner. They delight in sporadically bulldozing entire blocks of downtown to construct "parks," and relentlessly lobby for airline service to our airport (last month's passenger traffic: Three people, one ear of corn). Geography: The dominating geographic feature of Decatur is the large depression located east of Nelson Park (also in the minds of Decatur's inhabitants) that serves as a collecting pond for the liquid excretions of the populace. Termed "Lake Decatur", this muddy soup is rumored to contain fish, but mostly consists of dead bodies in 1973 Buick Lesabres, still clutching their buckets of KFC. Activities/Tourism/Nightlife: Notable activities in Decatur include being poor, crime, sleeping, and defecating in public places. Visitors to Decatur are advised that "We Like it Here," and that "You Should Definitely Take your Hubcaps with You when You Park, or Possibly Stop at Any Point."

urbanDecatur: We live here.

urbanKnow as the "DEC". This city is located outside eastside Atlanta. The Downtown area, has been redevolped into one of the best barscenes outside of Atlanta. Decatur was the home of the once famous Hodges, and still famous Glenwood Day.

urbanStraight out the DEC There's no place greater... Then decatur

urbanA city near Atlanta entirely composed of lesbians. The only city of this kind in the world. Hence the name Decatur (Dick Hater).

urbanJayray: Dude, is your sister a PE teacher? Thareek: Yep, Decatur

urbanAn important city located in North-Central Alabama along the Tennessee River. Population around 55,000, Decatur is famous for it's barbecue, history, good schools and great quality of life.


Songs about Decatur:

songsDecatur Psalm [Explicit] by OutKast from the Album ATLiens [Explicit]

songsDecatur Street by Robin Lacy from the Album Have No Fear

songsDecatur, or, Round of Applause for Your Step-Mother! by Sufjan Stevens from the Album Illinoise

songsDecatur Prezident (Ft Rye Tye) [Explicit] by arrogant music from the Album the movement [Explicit]

songsSo Decatur by I-20 from the Album Self Explanatory

songsDecatur Booty (feat. Fortebowie, Jus Nice, Denzel Curry) [Explicit] by Kato from the Album Kato's Revenge [Explicit]

songsEight'r From Decatur by Bob Wills from the Album Best Of Bob Wills, Volume 1


Books about Decatur:

booksDecatur's Bold and Daring Act - The Philadelphia in Tripoli 1804 (Raid) by Mark Lardas, Steve Noon and Donato Spedaliere (Jul 19, 2011)

booksIn Time of Peril (The Decaturs Book 1) by T.K. Naliaka (Mar 17, 2014)

booksA Difficult Damsel to Rescue (The Decaturs Book 2) by T.K. Naliaka (Mar 17, 2014)

booksHaunted Decatur by Troy Taylor (May 17, 2012)

booksDecatur Celebration: A History of the World's Fair of the Prairie by Tim Cain (Jul 6, 2014)

booksStephen Decatur: A Life Most Bold and Daring (Library of Naval Biography) by Spencer C. Tucker (Dec 15, 2013)

booksA Single Deadly Truth (A Steve Decatur Thriller) by John Urban (Dec 28, 2010)


Wiki information Decatur:

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Decatur is a city in, and county seat of, DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. With a population of 19,335 in the 2010 census, the city is sometimes assumed to be larger since multiple zip codes in unincorporated DeKalb County bear the Decatur...

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Decatur is the largest city and the county seat of Macon County in the U.S. state of Illinois. The city was founded in 1829 and is located along the Sangamon River and Lake Decatur in Central Illinois. In 2013 the city population was 74,710. The city...