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trashy

mod. cheap; obscene; low; (sexually) promiscuous. Cut out the trashy talk, you guys.
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Today, even the trashiest Ritz Cracker can't compete with the explicit sexual imagery that pervades pop culture, so we channel our angst about advertising into new realms.
SOME of the trashiest fashion in Bahrain will hit the catwalk tonight as models showcase outfits made almost entirely from recycled materials.
CONFUSION IS SEX HOGMANAY PARTY @ THE BONGO CLUB Confusion Is Sex Hogmanay Party @ The Bongo Club, Holyrood Rd 11pm - 5am, pounds 10 in adv, confusionissex.com Guests: DJ Dolby Anol Residents: Confusion Is Sex residents Summary: The capital's most debauched party throws its trashiest bash of the year with fabulous burlesque acts and some electro and techno beats chucked in.
And with just about the worst diet in the EU and an unquenchable thirst for our trashiest cultural exports (from Bret Easton Ellis to Desperate Housewives), it's not always easy telling them apart from, well, us.
As Waters writes, "I wanted to make the trashiest motion pictures in cinema history." His glorification of violence may be particularly hard to take, as when he admits that as "the rest of my generation babbled about peace and love, I stood back, puzzled, and fantasized about the beginning of the 'hate generation.'" But just when you start to get angry about Waters' celebration of violence, he observes that "I always seemed to meet the best people at riots." The garden-party casualness of this observation coyly casts the riot as a social occasion and suggests that Waters might have a more complex view of violence than he's let on.
From 10-2 tonight you can get kinky in the Church with John Hooper playing the funkiest, trashiest stuff around.
And this week's trashiest GIRLS ALOUD member is...SARAH.
She could converse about the food itself and about the room in which we sat, but beyond that--in that capacious mind which once held everything from ancient Greek philosophy to nineteenth-century Russian novels, which had room for every visual image, from Titian's Flaying of Marsyas to the trashiest Carmel seascape, and in which she used to compose her novels fully, scene by scene, before setting the first word down on paper--there remained only a series of blanks.
As so many have observed, it was, probably by evil design, a disaster film--even a comic book or video game--brought sickeningly to life: horrific "infotainment" or "reality TV." The use of real life and real lives to enact a plot lifted out of the trashiest entertainments was an element of the peculiar debasement of the event.
Turn up the volume, invite your trashiest friends over, and sing along to your heart's content.
The trashiest novel can sell hundreds of thousands of copies.
And just as the proponents of radical literary theory in the universities have reduced the very concept of "theory" to that of a nihilistic assault on literature itself, so the governing conception of culture in "The American Century" reduces that once useful idea to a mindless catchall in which the highest artistic achievements and the trashiest debris of our civilization are afforded equal attention and respect.
And for that reason they are more troubling than the trashiest or silliest of pop-culture fictions.
shipment; we would get the trashiest stuff sometimes, costume