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trashy

mod. cheap; obscene; low; (sexually) promiscuous. Cut out the trashy talk, you guys.
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MY WAY 3 Model Riley's now acting WONDER JOF YOU Riley cuddles Lisa WAY DOWN J Kylie's trashy look and, right, Elvis LOVE ME TENDER 3 Elvis's girl kisses Kylie
Trashy Treasures runs until June 22 at L'Atelier Fanfreluche.
But it's far more suited to the trashy pop charts of Europe than the UK.
With titles like that, it's a wonder the whole country isn't a fan of trashy blogs.
She spends much of her screen time in the midst of an epic hotel hallway shootout, dressed in a trashy Nevada call girl disguise that accentuates her curves while camouflaging a small arsenal of guns and ammo.
The company's handbags are far from trashy, as designers from all over Central and South America weave discarded food and drink wrappers into colorful and eye-catching products.
We were going to sing [Mame's] 'Bosom Buddies' instead, but then we thought it might be too trashy," jokes Racette.
On plenty of women, this rather revealing, slashed-to-the-waist dress would look trashy, but - matched with her beauty, blonde curls and hourglass figure - Katherine looks fantastic.
Though the main 1300 seat auditorium is an orthodox shoebox lined with timber panels, the shoebox has both ends removed to introduce vast vistas out over the city, and the timber is humble plywood, dignified with gold leaf applied in a rippling pattern that recalls a trashy animal print (very Joan Collins boudoir).
It's vulgar and trashy, but at least it's vulgar and trashy in a time-honoured tradition.
n IT OPENED its doors last week and was very busy so hop over to Kiny in the Church tonight at G Bar with with Jon Hooper playing the best in funky, trashy house from 10pm2am and admission is free.
People associated the word "Galaxy" with a trashy Vegas show, says Fugate, scarcely a description of this talented troupe.
Now I like my trashy fiction as much as the next person, but the crux has always been hiding the trash behind a truly captivating story that drags you in and won't let go until you've finished.
Instead of true independence, she learns to rely on the opinions of neither the style-not-substance kids at school, nor her trashy neighbor, but on those of the alternative crowd: black-wearing, queer-friendly, academic, substance-not-style--apparently the only moral people in town.
It seems our culture tries to sexualise girls younger and younger with trashy clothes and trashy rock stars.