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Slob, Wayne and Waynetta

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishSlob, Wayne and WaynettaWayne and Waynetta SlobSlob, Wayne and Way‧net‧ta /weɪˈnetə/  two humorous characters invented by Harry Enfield for his British television programme in the 1990s. They are stereotypes (=people who represent a fixed idea of what a particular type of person is like) of British people of the lowest social class. They spend their time watching television, smoking cigarettes, eating lots of pizza, and arguing. They wear unfashionable clothes and do not care about how they look.
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