Office workers in middle or upper classes. Wear a clean shirt every day.

See Lawyer, accountant, bank manager, stock broker.
by Gumba Gumba August 4, 2004
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1. having to do with office workers

2. performed by people who work in offices
Thanks to computers, more than half of the work force was white-collar by the 1990s.
by The Return of Light Joker October 6, 2008
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A term pricks use to describe themself after they have "earned" their college degree. People that give themself a "white collar" status are typically horrible in bed and have nothing else to brag about except their college degree. They live a very lonely life and masturbate on an hourly basis while telling themself how "successful" they are.
White Collar guy, "So what if you had sexual relations with 3 hot chicks this weekend, I am white collar and your not!"

White Collar guy, "I would never put air in my car tire, I am too white collar for that."

White Collar guy, "The reason I don't talk to any women is simply because none of them are up to my standards. I am so white collar."
by sausage055 August 29, 2008
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Someone that has a good job and/or money but lives like someone from a trailer park.
My friend Steve is white collar trash. He drives his BMW to his management position at the bank everyday. However, he comes home to his house where he has to shit in pizza boxes outside because his water was turned off for not paying his bills.
by p mammen November 22, 2009
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An office populated by so-called white collar professionals who are forced to work not only during regular hours, but also at home, in the evenings, weekends, holidays and “vacations” in order to complete projects on time – this only to receive more projects with even more ridiculous deadlines. Often these deadlines are so tight because of the poor planning and shortsightedness of management. Management justifies this slave driving by paying these workers in the neighborhood of $70,000 a year, which is less than 1% of the company’s total revenue.
Man Jeff is always working, he barely gets any time with his family." "Yeah but he makes like $70,000 a year so that's the trade off." "I thought he went to college so he WOULDN'T have to work hours like that." "No he went to college so he could work in a white collar sweatshop.
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Attempting to have sex with a girl by giving her a generous amount of LinkedIn endorsements.
"Just gave Natalie 8 endorsements on LinkedIn, I'm on that white collar chirpse."
by LewisG August 18, 2014
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In a business environment, everyone plays their roles as designed and expected.

The natural hierarchy is rarely rocked, due to the fear of sticking out, seeming petty, and of being blackballed.

Vendors over laugh at jokes to secure contracts, CEOs compliment staff in public because they once read something that says to compliment people in public, and nervous account executives overemphasize their local weather to open up zoom calls.

Essentially, everyone does and acts as predicted and as they are supposed to.

Kayfabe is rarely broken.
Yurk: Hey, how is that RFP you are working on, I know it has been taking up alot of your time.

Rick: It has. I feel like breaking White Collar Kayfabe and just telling the prospect how smart they would look to their bosses by going with us, and how their history of stealing ideas from RFPs and labelling them as their own is why other companies don't want to work with them, but I can't. I have to play *THE GAME*.

Yurk: Ya, you definitely CAN'T break White Collar Kayfabe, you would get blackballed in your industry.
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