Both of whom are as boring as all get out. Two rich and jobless people who do nothing but go to clubs and complain about petty garbage.
Agreed that it is an intensifying adjective, but it is old style, hillbilly sort of colloquial, which makes the question of clubs seem inapproriate since clubing is more English, in my opinion, and also nearly begs the question: If they are so boring, then why are they subject of any conversation... The hint of protestant snobbery shines through well enough... Jobless is the equal of worthless, and nonproductive, and even to some: Unvirtuous... But how would anyone ever get rich, or so little value money as to thorow it away on drink and conversation if the they actually worked for their wages???
As a statement of fact, both sentences together are cursed with ambiguities and incongruities... It is meant to paint and demean the idle, snobbish rich, and rather displays an envy and admiration of them.