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raincoat crowd

raincoat crowd
 n.— «We’re not aiming at the fetish set, or what I call the “raincoat crowd.”…We want our competition to be based on talent, not body image.» —“Glam slam” by Joseph P. Kahn in Somerville Boston Globe June 10, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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