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A culture vulture


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A culture vulture - A culture vulture is one of the most difficult idioms when it comes to be understood. It is an old idioms which many people don't understand just because of the insertion of the word 'vulture' in it.

A culture vulture is an idiom used when it comes to explain a person or something which is very keen when it comes to experience anything related to culture. Lets have a better culture with the samples


Sample Usage

1. He is such a person who never visits a mall where music albums are not sold, such a culture vulture he is.
2. Why does not he see classical movies? Is he such a big culture vulture about comedy?
3. When it comes to music, my grandmother only listens classical ghazals, big culture vulture
4. My mother never eats a meal without pickle, she is a big culture vulture of pickles I see.
5. My brother cannot play racing games, just FPS or strategy, a little bit of culture vulture when it comes gaming.


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