Having surrendered all personal tastes and interests to the mediocre world of middle-American reality television, book clubs, and middle class consumerism. Implying someone is lacking any taste or sense of adventure beyond what is recommended on talkshows, women's magazines, and in shopping malls.
We visited the neighbors and their home was like walking into a furniture catalog. Man, they were so Oprah normal!
When someone who comes from an impoverished background shows-off with (often tasteless) flashy jewelry, expensive phones, etc. to demonstrate that they are not as broke as their friends; they're "in the big leagues" because they are not living-off welfare, etc. Pretending to be rich on a small budget.
We were in this dump of a club last night, all these thousandaires were showing-off their new cellphones and lame-ass gold chains.
The formulated middleclass lifestyle promoted on talkshows such as Oprah. The culture of reality television, stripmall franchises, bookclubs, and (currtently) scrapbooking. Mediocre and lacking any personal tase.
Since my sister got married, she has settled-down and her life is nothing but Oprahculture and having kids.
To create a blog for the sake of publicly shaming or embarassing someone. The mostinfamous examples of this to date are the Amir Tofangsazan "Sold a Broken Laptop" blog and the "Stolen Sidekick" Blog.
Using internet publication resources to ridicule or embarass someone.
That guy who lied about selling a broken laptop got a huge steaming pile of blog-venge thrown at him!
When members of the Generation X "twenty-something" cohort settle down into jobs and lives they didn't expect or want or like. The Generation X lack of ambition in your 20's becomes pathetic when in your 30's.
I was at this bar last night, it was filled with yuppies and thirtynothings.