that bike over in the corner of the garage that has a new set of handle bars but also three flat tires and a rusty chain; the delectable-looking box of brownies that Johnny brings into class when you know that he's got a terrible drooling problem and his mother let him help with the baking; a myriad of beverages you encounter in a perfectly lit vending machine, however, every single choice is diet
basically, a large quantity of something that would normally be great but no one really wants or knows what to do with
in summation: "whatever"
"I got to go see my favorite band ever on a paid weekend excursion; but to my dismay the homeless man riding next to me in the bus to our destination, some city named Toledo, threw up vigorously upon my lap. It was meat salad"
"He tried to wear the same color pants, shirt, and shoes but they were slightly different tones; and to tell you the truth, the idea wasn't all too great of one in the first place. The result, and I'm not speaking of Lady GaGa, was a sort of meat-salad outfit."
"I could have gotten you a roast beef sub instead of this tuna-pickle sandwich on pumpernickel, but the lady at the deli counter told me that the beef was fourteen days old."