mili pili (f) | tincho (m)
Used to refer in a pejorative or scornful way to a posh girl or boy. They come from the upper classes and are usually quite dumb, only worried about upper classes' issues. This expression is the nickname for the names Milagros, Pilar and Martín, which are in fashion in the upper classes.
"No puedo creer que haya gente preocupada por no poder ir a la peluquería cuando hay gente que no puede ir a laburar y no tiene para comer." "Este país está lleno de mili pilis y tinchos."
"Can't believe there are people worried they can't go to the hair salon when there are people who can't go to work and don't have food on their plates." "This country is full of mili pilis and tinchos."
Submitted August 2020
Confirmed by 6 people