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  • adj. comparative form of kitschy: more kitschy


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  • For variety, there was the 12 Girls Band, wielding traditional instruments like a Chinese Riverdance troupe only kitschier, unless you like Mozart played on erhu (Chinese violin) with a funk beat.

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  • I'm just not used to seeing the word 'English' anywhere, unless it's prefacing the words 'cream tea' outside the kitschier kind of tea shop - or introducing a Vogue fashion spread, alongside the words 'eccentric,' 'eclectic,' and 'tweed.'

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  • As Gwen, a waitress in one of Boston's kitschier Hungarian restaurants, she blithely beds down with Newton Davis (Steve Martin), a nice-guy architect.

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  • They don't come any kitschier than The Devil's Advocate, which has McDeep things to tell us about Good and Evil, love and lust, free will and fate.

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  • I also get a kick out of the blow-up Barneys tho we don't see too many of those per se out in rural Idaho-- but I am a sucker for some of the kitschier aspects of Christmas.

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  • This was during his "black oak period," when he painted portraits and group portraits of people standing before a massive Louisiana oak, and before he got into his kitschier and incredibly successful "blue dog period," creating hundreds of paintings and silkscreens featuring a rather anxious-looking spaniel.

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  • Speaking of Pet Shop Boys, here's a much kitschier video that was very popular in Moscow last time I was there.

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  • Arguably there is no catchier, kitschier symbol of the American spirit than a lemonade stand.

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  • The Sound of Music medley rung out on tinkling cowbells, it doesn't get much kitschier than this.

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  • While I don't want to mess with the integrity of this thread by suggesting I've read Professor Dutton's book, I do want to point out he has written wonderfully on kitsch, and would probably be comfortable treating the kitschier aspects of the Pleistocene Eden if it suited him to do that.



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