a total fucking disaster ...the kind that makes you want to shake your head.
The people at the party were so wack...it was a train wreck.
by 4 June 14, 2004
A person or situation that can't escape an inevitable bad outcome; hence, a trainwreck.
"The woman can't ever get a good man, a good job, or education. Her life sucks. She is a trainwreck!"
by fabokroert January 15, 2008
Very potent marijuana that will get you very high and fucked up. It is called trainwreck because you are so messed up.
Damn, I've got some trainwreck we should smoke.
by l0ngmember December 07, 2003
train wreck is a type of weed
listen to any e-40 or bay area rapper song
by thizzle washington January 17, 2004
A sudden and disastrous halt in the music 'set' played by a DJ. Often associated with the music styles of House and Techno where a set can last for an hour or longer. This calamity results in the loss of rhythm and ‘flow’ in a club or rave, which in turn presents a certain negative attitude by the attendees toward the DJ. This is best defined as ‘boo’. This condition often throws the DJ into an extreme state of apprehension and a fevered determination to save his cred usually resulting in an increased chance of causing another train wreck. Technical problems associated with equipment do not qualify under this definition. Derived from the visual image of a train, traveling at high speed, smashing into an brick wall.
I was at the club last night at this fucking newb train wrecked in the middle of the night. The entire place just froze. I know he ain’t getting a second chance.
by C. Anderson September 30, 2007
some very chronic weed. this is the staple of medical marijuana in Oakland, CA.
hey, doc, I hurt right here. I think I need some 'wreck.
by boom boom b July 02, 2004
A name used to describe a clumsy, dangerous person. This person will damage things and hurt people(on accident or on purpose). They also take things too far. Rumors are also spreading about a trainwreck virus that causes these symptoms.
Miles is such a trainwreck!
by Scott Mckown February 06, 2008