plebby


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plebby

(ˈplɛbɪ)
adj, -bier or -biest
informal often derogatory Brit common or vulgar: a plebby party.
[C20: shortened from plebeian]
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plebby

adj (pej inf)primitiv
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Every so often a celebrity would take to the stage to collect their prize, and after thanking the director and their co-stars and dribbling on about their disgusting family for a bit, they'd gaze up at the "regular" folk in the cheap seats and offer a profound thank you to them, because after all, dear public,youare the ones who ultimately blah blah blah let me pat you on the head blah blah blah God bless your plebby little faces blah blah blah.
To be exact, five cups a day, which will relieve depression (according to the Telegraph--but apparently only three if you're a plebby Mirror reader--maybe lefties don't get as sad.
I suppose it's an area reserved for your plebby fans.