n. A person, organization, or situation that is hopelessly and disastrously out of control.
“Whenever someone was having a really bad day, or someone was completely out of sorts, she’d just go, ‘Oh man, guy’s a dumpster fire.’ Or she’d go, ‘Oh, that whole organization is a dumpster fire,’” Wise recalled in a phone conversation recently.
In one of his regular appearances on the sports network, Finebaum claimed that while Miami used to be a college football dynasty, it is now a "dumpster fire."
The team’s handling of the controversy — which Becker described as a “PR dumpster fire — has only added to his frustration.
There are quite a few teeth missing from the latest, dull-bladed remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which trades suspense and chills for gore and sadism. This bloody, exploitative mess is the cinematic equivalent of a dumpster fire — stinky but insignificant.