Wrinkled.

Past tense of corrugate
The corrugated and decrepit vagabond hath smote thy commonwealth
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Munted; drunk, stoned, or similar. As in corrugated iron (the wiggly roofing iron).
"We were too corrugated to even order pizza"
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Partially punctured.
Be sure to use the corrugated cardboard so that it will stay folded in route.
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The space between two separate layers, propped up and supported, yet still seen as one.
While making love, he held himself above her, looking deep into her eyes, corrugated style.
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Descriptive. The space between two separate layers, propped up and supported, yet still seen as one.
While making love, he held himself above her, looking deep into her eyes, corrugated style.
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Describes mostly older generations (boomers and older) who have difficulties adapting to modern society with its changing values, new technology and younger generations.

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Borrowed from German "Wellblech-Generation" (literally: corrugated-sheet-generation)

While boomers still tend to name millennials "generation Y" (modest reference to themselves), millennials fought back, and renamed the older generations.

It refers to a parable about the difference between the generations: "While we millennials and younger build real houses, they boomers and older still build theirs with corrugated sheets only."
You're so outdated, you clearly belong to the corrugated-sheet-generation.

Why would you not care about others? That's totally corrugated sheet like.
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