- n. alternative spelling of dreck.
“More Heinlein drek from the era of his that you Just Should Not Read.”
“Juuuuust barely avoided being exactly the kind of drek that gives this sort of thing a bad reputation.”
“Can you even imagine what these people would say if this kind of drek was directed at, say, Stephen Harper?”
“Some seeking the meaning of life in A Serious Man, latest movie from the Coen Brothers, appear to find an answer somewhere along the lines of 'drek'.”
“I was so turned off by this piece of drek that, after a brief glance, I tossed it into the recycling bin before sitting down with my Sunday Times and coffee.”
“I also appreciated that we were subjected to very little House/Cuddy drek, although I would have been happier if Thirteen/Foreteen were gone forever.”
“Marc Chagall dismisses a painting by Joan Miró as "drek.”
“I think all of the films that Michael Bay has directed have been exploitative in some way so don't attribute it to the series, but to the film's creators, since they're the ones adapting this drek to the big screen.”
“If there is an afterlife I pray it's free of eco-freakies who come up with drek like that.”
“As a Jewess, I think it's an absolute shandeh that so many schmucks are talking such drek about you, Sarah Palin.”
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