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goofy

(ˈgufi)
1. mod. silly. Stop acting so goofy! What will the neighbors say?
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. They went out and got themselves good and goofy.
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A third prize winner will win Sixth Sense, a Solid Gold set, Doug's First Movie, An Extremely Goofy Movie and Bear in the Big Blue House.
Goofy was apparently heard saying to someone that he'd just battered The Bear, then two hours later Goofy was dead.
Celebrities most identify with Goofy -- Tyra Banks feels at ease with Pocahontas - The favorite attraction of celebrities is Pirates of the Caribbean -- James Denton is "Desperate" to discover the secrets behind the Haunted Mansion.
Get ready for plenty of fun-filled adventures as Disney's Goofy and his teenage son Max take to the open road on a wacky cross-country motor trip in A Goofy Movie.
Goofy, raunchy and wonderfully daft, it provides as many, if not more, laughs than the first Hangover movie.
Whereas, they're the greatest guys and all kind of goofy.
The adventure features an array of favourite Disney characters including Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald, Goofy, Pluto, Baloo, Disney Princesses Snow White and Cinderella, Stitch, Disney/Pixar's The Incredibles and Buzz Lightyear.
IF a goofy bill passed by the California Assembly had been law in 2004, California would have given its 55 Electoral College votes to George W.
98 each) is Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment's Frank Sinatra Celebration, featuring the gritty procedural The Detective--with howlingly dated gay content--and the goofy Tony Rome and Lady in Cement.
This twisted tale won't be for everyone, but those in the mood for bad puns, silly names, and wicked yet goofy characters, should give the Illmoor Chronicles a try.
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Armstrong has a sense of humor, at times quiet, as in Moon Under Morning Glory and Amaryllis Over Moonrise, in which mutant and "natural" flowers coexist, and at times goofy, as in the Masaccio Adam and Eve being expelled from a Ruscha-like bar in Eighty-Sixed.
Cons: Watching famous participants pretend as though they know the price of common household items -- not to mention feign lunatic enthusiasm to win such things -- is both quaint and more than a little goofy.