A somewhat derogatory name for the cities of Houston, TX and Baton Rouge, LA due to the mass influx of displaced New Orleans residents after the Hurricane Katrina disaster. The name alludes to the burden these evacuee communities have placed on the infrastructure of said cities. Many use the term to comment on the increased crime and welfare rates in Baton Rouge and Houston.

A friend of mine lives in Baton Rouge. He's hating it in New New Orleans.

You going to the concert in Houston? If you're going down to New New Orleans be sure to bring your body armor.
by Tom H. September 17, 2006

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