3 definitions by mocktwinkie

Short for: Fakeprep

1. One who is unsuccessful in his or her attempt to portray a truly preppy image. Any person who is forcing the preppy look.

2. Any individual claiming to be a prep whose attire includes (but may not be limited to) popular malltrendy or collegetrendy brands such as: Abercrombie & Fitch, Ruehl, Hollister or American Eagle.

3. An individual who substitutes legitimate preppy clothes, closely related to the preppy/waspy lifestyle, for pseudo-prep knockoff brands such as those found in definition 2.

4. Of or relating to a state of "freppyness" by showing a complete lack of awareness that proper preppy dress includes a style which does not put emphasis on brands or logos but rather maintains a certain look; mainly conservative and valuing quality/durability, neatness, often colorfulness, cleanliness and understated excessiveness. Stores which do carry preppy clothes include but are not limited to: Brooks Brothers, Lacoste, L.L. Bean, Jcrew, Lilly Pulitzer, Ralph Lauren.
LOL! Look at that guy with "hollister" written across his shirt. What a frep.

those girls over there think they are preppy but sadly they are a bunch of freps.
by mocktwinkie May 12, 2009
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An area, sometimes a commuter town, beyond suburbia that is typically inhabited by upper middle class or affluent whites. See also: exurb, bedroom community
"if suburbia becomes a ghetto, at least we can retreat to exurbia!"
by mocktwinkie February 9, 2010
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An earnest but often naïve person (typically educated and white) who wants reform through philanthropic or egalitarian means. e.g. wealth redistribution, social justice, welfare, third world immigration, adoption of "disadvantaged" children (usually non-white and from abroad), affirmative action and spending other peoples' money for good causes. See also white guilt. Do-gooders always mean well but may misinterpret opposing preferences to be racist, cold, intolerant or greedy. They genuinely want human development & positive environmental awareness, although the methods are a source of debate.

Do-Gooders can be either liberal/left or “social conservative” (as opposed to fiscal). For some, issues such as "ethnic diversity" & "multiculturalism" are a religious calling, but they generally don’t have the same burden for promoting it in countries apart from western ones - and don't feel that having a lack of ethnic diversity is a crime for any non-european countries (e.g. Japan). A few inherent contradictions may exist, such as the fact that literal "multiculturalism" would instead favor separation of ethnic or cultural groups to maintain “diversity”. Some subconsciously believe that decreasing the "european-descent" portion of the population pie is indicative of western progress.

Do-gooder methods do not always create the positive outcomes intended. The transfer of money from one group of people to another is usually the result.
"My aunt is always involved in some humanitarian project and she plans on adopting some foreign children. My boyfriend thinks she is a do-gooder

"I can't believe how many do-gooders there are in this town who voted for more spending!"
by mocktwinkie February 5, 2010
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