It's about as subtle as that exclamation point suggests, with every character named Schmegegge or Schmednrik and every kitschy
Jewish reference tossed in for good measure.
Drawing upon his years of experience and expertise, Charles' "Addicted to Americana: Celebrating Classic & Kitschy
American Life & Style" is a riotously colorful book, replete with images drawn from collection of vintage Kodachrome slides, and is a celebration his lifelong quest to unearth the best of classic and kitschy
American life and style.
Tallac (right); and a sweetly kitschy
The Chinese manufacturers of kitschy
ornaments will surely agree that this is the case but they would.
New baroque-style buildings are being built, mixed with other styles, while the old buildings get new kitschy
facades," Serbian portal "vestionline.
OUR 9 house still has its original Seventies door handles, windows and detailing, and we'd like to find some furnishings that have a nod to the same period, but aren't too kitschy
While his sculptures of portals and pyramids and his justly celebrated planks (begun in 1966) betray a fascination with architectural forms shared by other Minimalists, the SoCal artist, unlike his peers, fabricated the great majority of his fiberglass and polyester resin works himself, by hand, and his kitschy
Mandala paintings of the 1970s evoke the acid culture of Haight-Ashbury far more than the arid ambience of the white cube.
Chia seeds--the same kind made famous by kitschy
Chia Pets--are the new "it" superfood.
planes -- plastered in gigantic Hello Kitty faces -- as well as similarly-themed mugs, T-shirts, stuffed animals and stationary, brought Eva Air fame as the ''cutest carrier'' to operate routes between Taiwan and Japan, as well as between Taiwan and Hong Kong.
On display: the group's kitschy
costumes, handwritten song lyrics, and other absolutely essential ABBA objets d'art.
The National Mall, originally envisioned by Pierre L'Enfant as a serene place for public celebration and quiet contemplation, is quickly turning into a kitschy
amusement park of special interests.
Also making this slow-moving, over-obvious movie easy to take is the way Stallone has finally cut through all the phony triumphalism (first film), hyped-up self-doubt/corruption (``Rocky II'' and ``III''), geopolitical metaphors (``IV,'' which was so Cold War kitschy
it still remains my favorite of the series) and melodramatic tragedy (``V,'' which was such a bummer it K.