white-bread


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white-bread

Plain and boring. Can be offensive due to a possible reference to a certain class of white people. We need to swap out your white-bread wardrobe for something a lot more confident.
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White-bread rolls, available today in the smallest hamlet, were at this time an almost exclusively urban phenomenon.
When the punk rock movement began--an extreme reaction against overblown, overproduced, white-bread corporate rock--it seemed like half the people involved were gay.
In Galloping Through the Wheat, 1992, wild horses with long, sharp blades for hooves trample a big loaf of what looks like foam Wonderbread, ruthlessly shredding it (and, by implication, white-bread America) into ever smaller chunks.