- adj. Characteristic of white trash.
“Plus, he's kind of a white-trashy dickhead, which entertains me to no end.”
“Whenever she parades her white-trashy reality show attitude into public view, it's an ongoing display of ridiculousness, unrivaled in decades.”
“They'll do so not only for the white guilt it addresses, and deftly mitigates, but for the plot's entertaining contrivances chief among them a climax of cyclonic uplift, the bonds of love between whites and blacks and a cast of outsize characters that includes Bryce Dallas Howard's chillingly bigoted Hilly, smiling incessantly and focused on preserving white purity with ever more black-only toilets; and Jessica Chastain's desperate, white-trashy Celia.”
“Makes him more real, ya know ... almost as real as Palin, but less white-trashy.”
“Somehow that seemed a little too easy, unsportsmanlike, and verging on white-trashy.”
“She has a magnetic stage presence – tough on the outside but vulnerable inside, a little bit white-trashy, a lot world weary, but totally in control.”
“Sawyer's baby momma is also currently playing a white-trashy role on Friday Night Lights.”
“Browse through a cable/satellite lineup and you’ll find ’80s-’90s movies on TV Land, wrestling on the Sci-Fi channel, and white-trashy candid reality on A&E.”
“Hey NONE-ya -- your name seems a little white-trashy to me. (absurd comment, right?”
“But when she succumbs to the beckoning of her biological clock and is dismayed to learn that procreating is a near impossibility, her maternal instinct guides her to a surrogate: the wild, sort of white-trashy Angie (Amy Poehler,”
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