A celebrity: a reality show in which slebs cook for other slebs in a faux restaurant [as modifier]: sleb culture
More example sentences
- He's managed to stay calm and controlled when the other slebs have been going a bit mad, and just got on with the winning.
- Celebrities (or 'slebs' if you prefer the new, derogatory term) have been fair game for a while and, if you are going to be cruel, you need a more worthy target than TV chefs and ex-soap stars.
- Whenever some burnt-out glossy magazine art director can't summon an iota of inspiration over what to do with some lady sleb, he'll always resort to dressing her up as one of a handful of icons.
1990s: representing a colloquial pronunciation of celeb.