from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The quality, state, or characteristic of being tasteless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or property of being tasteless, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the property of having no flavor
- n. inelegance indicated by a lack of good taste
McC ... disappearance, in which tastelessness is piled on tastelessness daily.
In this respect I am a snob of Philistinism, proud of my taste in tastelessness: I would rather read Maxwell Grant or World-Wrecker Hamilton than James Joyce.
The crass mixed messages these songs give out in combination is only the tip of this album's iceberg of tastelessness, which is frankly riding pretty low in the water.
Most of the commentary has focused on allegations of a pattern of anti-Hillary sexism at MSNBC, the "tastelessness" of the comment, the supposed "thin-skin" of the Clintons, and other matters.
I found it hilarious that gamespot chose to take this game to task when it doesnt do so for any other game for "tastelessness" on real world
If the likes of Brent Bozell just changed the channel and stopped inadvertantly promoting a self-important douche like Seth MacFarlane by writing about "tastelessness", that show would go off the air based on the fact that it sucks.
Fucking Fergie, whose tastelessness trumps her talent at every turn.
But when you start using these deaths as advertising for the book, then there is a insensitivity that verges on tastelessness going on.
From the title onwards, this young five-piece set out their stall very clearly: what they offer is an hour of no-holds-barred high-energy stupidity, where tastelessness is the order of the day and the more childish a gag is, the better.
"The TSM answers all questions having to do with potential comedic tastelessness," says Woodger.