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trashy

mod. cheap; obscene; low; (sexually) promiscuous. Cut out the trashy talk, you guys.
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Teen movies don't get any trashier or more gleefully deviant than Roger Kumble's adaptation of Dangerous Liaisons for the high school set.
The idea is of the kind familiar to us from the headlines of the trashier supermarket tabloids: Martians are beaming down cosmic rays that are genetically transforming human infants into aliens.
45" and dozens of Asian exploitation movies did it trashier.
Along with the geometric and the political, there are trashier ways to underline your point: Gerry Bibby's After Hours: Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), 2006, is a bird's nest-cum-sound system made out of a stereo, speakers, plastic bags, pigeon spikes, IKEA furniture, and piles of shredded print advertisements, which holds coins here and there, like a wishing well.
The culture has grown trashier, the demands of society have become less stringent, the culture of indulgence has grown deeper--and all this has led to a visible cultural decline.
All of these trends have been taking place since the early 1990s--the same period in which American culture was allegedly getting trashier.
THE return of Footballer's Wives to our screens and it's trashier than ever before
Laurie Osborne, for instance, finds that while a few earlier writers of romance novels frame plots and characters in hermeneutic relation to Shakespeare, the primary function of Shakespearean allusion in later works is to claim higher intellectual status and to elevate these works above the so-called trashier contributions to the genre.
Valentine's day--a bawdy declamation, the trashier the better--this will do to win their love.
Mencken, he were alert to the superficially modish and trashier aspects of his early successes.
You wouldn't think Valley of the Dolls could get any trashier.
Only I don't think it is primarily the desire to "play" that drives people in droves to local newscasts, or even the trashier tabloid shows like Hard Copy.