Photos: Five more nice/nasty definitions of Colorado cities on Urban Dictionary

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Last week, we shared with you five nice/nasty definitions of five Colorado cities -- Boulder, Greeley, Vail, Grand Junction and Denver -- on Urban Dictionary. But those were hardly the only places from our fair state to get the sometimes on-point/often flat-out-crazy treatment from the site's inspired definers.

Look below to see one nice and one nasty definition for another five Colorado communities: Fort Collins, Aspen, Wheat Ridge, Montrose and Colorado Springs. Which of them comes closest to the mark for you?

Fort Collins: The Nice Definition

The most wonderful town in Colorado where the beer flows like wine. Commonly referred to as: Fort Fun, The Fort, and Fo Co.

Fo Co po po fo' sho!

Fort Collins: The Nasty Definition
Used to be a small, boring, cow town, oh wait it still IS.

Places close too early, if you're under 21 there ain't sh*t to do, the mall is one floor and too small, vanilla valley, not enough places to dance and traffic is worse than Denver.

Continue to read more nice/nasty definitions of Colorado cities on Urban Dictionary.

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Sean Gronbeck
Sean Gronbeck

Ignorant people say many things, though none of what they say is true.

Jessica Yoos
Jessica Yoos

Disagree with Fort's an outdoors type of city...lots of things to do. It's like the saying goes...only boring people get bored!


Not true, there's plenty to do in Colorado go to church and hate on gay people.  Until you find out that your pastor is a gay meth head who nails prostitutes in Denver.  Actually, that's almost worth going for, almost.

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