Maybe her popularity stems from the fact that watching her is sometimes like watching a train wreck.
This is an example of what, it seems to me, is a train wreck of good intentions that become toxic upon squealing collision.
“This was a train wreck for the Obama administration,” Toobin said.
Craig Nova: I like the sense that one character is going to have a train wreck with another.
This is, after all, the network that recently aired the train wreck that was The Sound of Music Live!
In it he felt the nerve-benumbing shudder which comes with the shock of a train wreck.
That was a train wreck and an injury that interrupted his routine.
Next morning we found ourselves stranded at Plaquemine, by reason of a train wreck a few miles ahead.
In a train wreck, a soldier asserted that he had seen dozens of smashed corpses, although only one person was harmed.
Twice I booked for Sydney on my own—missed one boat through a train wreck, and the other was libeled at the dockhead.
: popularly known as gang bangs or trains
To do the sex act on a woman serially, man after man, in a gang; gangbang: announced that they were going to train her (1970s+)
[related to pull a train; perhaps influenced by earlier train, ''romp, carry on wildly'']