A group of especially unattractive subjects occupying public group furniture. Term is adapted from the label on the initial image of a set of before/after pictures commonly used to illustrate the effectiveness of a product or service advertised to improve one's image.
Did you see the chicks at the before-table when we entered? For a second, I thought we walked onto the set of an infomercial.
by hitbyageo April 25, 2004

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