Definition of a rubberneck
- someone who slows down on the highway to stare at an accident
Come on man don't be a loser rubberneck who has to slow down at every site of a car crash.
Last edited on Oct 29 2004. Submitted by David W. from Suffield, Connecticut, USA
on Oct 29 2004.
- derogatory name for a tourist, particularly a when going slowly and looking about at normal goings on around them
Last edited on May 03 2005. Submitted by mark from Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, UK
on May 03 2005.
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