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  1. A “Karen” is typically a woman between the ages of 30–60 who likely has children and has the air of a suburban mother. However, what is most distinctive and important to notice about a “Karen” is that she is incredibly entitled, nosy, and belligerent.
  2. Jul 17,  · KAREN LEE: Hello, my name is Karen Lee. When people would say that, you know, the short-haired mom who calls the manager over at the supermarket is a Karen, we all thought that was funny at one point.
  3. A Karen is a kind of person who is unhappy when little things don’t go their way. They are a, “Can I speak to your manager?” kind of gal. The bitchy soccer mom .
  4. May 30,  · "Karen is a name no one would name their kid anymore," Lisa Nakamura, the director of the Digital Studies Institute at the University of Michigan, said bluntly.
  5. Jul 31,  · A “Karen” now roams restaurants and stores, often without a mask during this coronavirus era, spewing venom and calling the authorities to tattle, usually on people of color and often putting Author: Henry Goldblatt.
  6. Jul 18,  · KAREN LEE: Hello, my name is Karen Lee. When people would say that, you know, the short-haired mom who calls the manager over at the supermarket is a Karen, we all thought that was funny at one point.
  7. Jun 12,  · The first name Karen peaked in popularity in , which means that in , most people named Karen are middle aged. Because roughly 80% of the U.S. population was white in the s, it’s safe to.
  8. Oct 05,  · Created by Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher. With Richard Denning, Mary LaRoche, Gina Gillespie, Debbie Watson. Southern California is a terrific place to be a teenager and Karen, with her loving parents and impish sister Mimi, is out to enjoy every minute of it. Despite the advice of her cautious dad and mom, her impulsiveness sometimes leads to misadventures/10(1).
  9. The Karen meme, which has become so ubiquitous it's been used as a Halloween costume, burst on to the scene in the past couple of years to describe white women perceived as acting entitled in public. Now, it's used as a moniker for any white woman who's thought to be acting inappropriately, rudely, or Author: Rachel E. Greenspan.

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