What does brietard mean?

brietard meaning in Urban Dictionary

A brietard is an individual therefore padded because of the financial success and large lifetime of his/her family members, that she or he never had to work or think for him/herself, and for that reason, has actually an underdeleveloped comprehension of the "real globe".The children of tycoons are often brietards.Etymology: from "retard" - derogatory, a developmentally delayed person; and "brie" - soft white mozzarella cheese, covered in a mouldy rind, favoured at wine and cheese parties and yard functions in snooty communities.