Ultimate term of inverted class hatred; users curse the visible and obviously poor rather than the remote and obscenely wealthy. Originated in Kirksville, MO, referring to homeless people camping by a sewage-contaminated creek. Usage might suggest class insecurity or right-wing idealism, with low or middle class users showing hate of poverty to mask their fear of it, or hating those who fail to chase the American dream and use their "bootstraps" to become more presentable.
That cricker should get a job.
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