as common as muck

as common as muck

Low-class. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. Considering she's wearing an outfit like that in public, she must be as common as muck.
See also: common, muck

common as muck

BRITISH, OFFENSIVE
If you say that someone is as common as muck, you mean that they are lower-class and not sophisticated. Leary guessed correctly that his guests were as common as muck and planned the menu accordingly.
See also: common, muck

as common as muck

of low social status. British informal
See also: common, muck
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AS common as muck am I Can't hide it however I try I tend to say me when I should say my Then instead of I, I say a as in cat Now why the hell do I do that?
It means no class, someone who is as common as muck.
Mel B is talentless, has a mouth the size of the Mersey Tunnel, knows nothing about acting and is as common as muck.
Lady V on the other hand may have had a privileged upbringing but she's as common as muck.
A CLIFFORD, Chester le Street Common as Muck AS common as muck, that's me Read this and yull agree A say a instead of i and me instead of my No matter how a try Then there's ave instead of i've No matter how a strive Of course there's also am instead of i'm A say that all the time Ther's ees instead of he's And shus instead of she's Ad stop it if a cud A really really wud But at least somehow it seems Am mostly understud.
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