trailer trash


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trailer (park) trash

derogatory slur A poor, uneducated, and unsophisticated person who lives in or was raised in a trailer park. Just because I come from a caravan park doesn't make me trailer trash. I'm working on my PhD at Harvard, for goodness' sake! I don't want my daughter going out with trailer park trash like him!
See also: trailer, trash

trailer trash

n. the poorest of people who live in run-down house trailers in bad neighborhoods. (Used with singular or plural force. Rude and derogatory.) She’s just trailer trash. Probably doesn’t even own shoes.
See also: trailer, trash
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19 The less than classy Christina Aguilera says your engagement ring looks like it came from shopping channel QVC - and she brands you trailer trash.
CELEBRITY CARAVANS Continuing the trailer trash theme, actress Minnie Driver has revealed she lives in a mobile home when she's Stateside.
And don't bother putting on shoes while you pick them.Instead of sealing your engagement with a romantic kiss, you and your man go for matching tattoos.The less than classy Christina Aguilera says your engagement ring looks like it came from shopping channel QVC - and she brands you trailer trash.Your 13-year-old sister has more class than you.
The singer showed the true meaning of Trailer Trash when she left the spiritual gathering wearing a fluorescent orange Adidas tracksuit and an equally bright Von Dutch baseball cap.
She's not trailer trash, but she sure acts that way."
He plays a white trailer trash guy called Jimmy from Detroit who hangs with the brothers, nicks their attitude and raps and becomes a megastar.
POP babe Christina Aguilera launched a stinging attack on her pop rival Britney Spears yesterday- accusing her of acting like "trailer trash".
With wild eyes, pen marks on her legs and over-inflated chest tucked into a trailer trash bra, the words fright night spring to mind.
This time it's hip-hop multi-millionaire Eminem who wants to return to his trailer trash roots.
"Americans come home to ethnically balanced, sincerity-injected newscasting teams, real-life Barbie and Ken dolls promising visible results for only three payments of $29.95, adverts for hospitals with acceptable credit cards flashing at the bottom of the screen, toupeed politicians trying to buy your vote, trailer trash women yanking each other's hair out as the audience bays for blood, MTV documentaries on Fleetwood Mac and repeats of 80s sitcoms starring kids with braces and feather cuts, while British TV bosses are arguing about how quickly and cheaply we should copy them."