Yet another code-word used by food servers(mostly in the south)to describe any black person in their section who appears to come from a ghetto backround. The flood of evacuees from Louisiana to Texas amongst other places gave birth to this one. Food servers profile quite a bit. Its, unfortunately, just a matter of putting together patterns of who tips horribly. Such as Katrinas. These stereotypes live up to expectations way too often.
"Goddamnit, the hostess just sat a ten-top of Katrinas in my section. Looks like I'll be working for free the next hour."
A beautiful girl that has many qualities. The perfect woman for any man.
Guy 1: Man that girl is one heck of a Katrina!
Guy 2: I know, she's perfect!
A name completely tarnished by that goddamn hurricane.
Sup, my name's Katrina.
LOLES! STOP DESTROYING THE WORLD!
Crazy-assed bitch. When she first arrives, she's wet and wild. When she leaves, she takes the house, car and everything else in a 100 mile radius
I ain't paying that bitch Katrina a dime in child support, that's for sure!
Beautiful. Bewitching. Stunning. Lover of nature. Very charming.
Katrina: The love interest of Ichabod Crane in Washington Irving's "Sleepy Hollow". Played by Christina Ricci in Tim Burton's version of Sleepy Hollow.
Most beautiful and stunning girl in the world. She has eyes that nobody can resist noticing, and is the most caring person anybody will ever meet. Believes in true love, and is not afriad to express her mind.
"Hey look it's Katrina. Isn't she just perfect?"
Thee most amazingly beautiful incredibly cute insanly awesome perfect girl alive
Katrina is PERFECT!
A name held by many women. And no, we was NOT named after the hurricane, quite the contrary, (I was born two decades BEFORE that storm). And, no, the devistation of that storm does not in any way reflect our character. So stop steriotyping the minute we say, "Hi, I'm Katrina" with a smile and a genuine, good heart. (And not all Katrina's are black! So lets stop reading the name and creating an false picture before meeting a person.)
Server: Hi, how are you guys today? ... Good! My name is Katrina and I'll be taking care of you today.
Customer: Katrina?! Like the hurricane?
Customer: Uh oh! What did you do that for?
(These jokes never were and are not now funny, and even less original.)