Douche of Greek origin. Signs include a slicked back mullet type hair, gold chains, a constipated face and chest hair combed out. They generally can be found owning a breakfast diner that has "Athenian Chicken" on an otherwise generically American menu.
Yanni was a true Douchekopoulos because there were daily complaints from customers about chest hair in their feta omelet.
Douche of Italian origin, generally traveling in packs, telltale signs include shiny shirts, unabrows, excessive Pellegrino consumption, and still thinks the Fonz is the coolest impression. Yelling incoherent strings of Italian words learned from Sopranos or Godfellas are common.
The Doucherelli had bladder pains from too much Pellegrino and screamed "ah morone fugazi!"