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bonehead

1. n. a stupid or stubborn person. You are such a bonehead when it comes to buying cars.
2. and boneheaded mod. stupid; stubborn. Of all the boneheaded things to do! You are a bonehead jerk!

boneheaded

verb
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Emails, bridges, Bush bros, Koch bros: Boneheads 2016," opens the dog biscuit's Kickstarter video, alluding to the distracting headlines plaguing the campaigns of presidential candidates like Hillary Clinton, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz.
The pals' act came about after McGee suggested Bonehead check out Pete's songs on MySpace.
It was really good to get the first one under our belt and last week we played Southampton," says Bonehead.
Bonehead, 45, was in Glasgow for former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher's first show with new band Beady Eye.
Bonehead says that for him there's an element of deja vu about the band whose line-up is completed by singer Mike Price, guitarist Maz Behdjet, bassist Nick Repton, backing singer Jaxx and beats man Sean O'Donnell.
First of all it was bonehead Boris's Spectator cliches about so-called Liverpudlian sentimentality.
Carolina coach John Fox called it ``a bonehead play.
But if the die-hard male traditionalists - so-called members of the bonehead lodge - refuse to compromise, Hawick will become even more of a laughing stock in the eyes of the world.
Of course, that doesn't protect you if you go and do a bonehead thing like write a book, as Washington reporter Peter Brown did in 1991 with his well-reviewed but slightly off-kilter Minority Party: Why the Democrats Face Defeat in 1992 and Beyond.
Paul Arthurs, better known as guitarist Bonehead, will play with his band Vortex, when the Riverside opens.
Despite being beaten up by cartoon baddies, bonehead Bill testified against Terry the ludicrous gangster who killed Jay's dad.
They're headlining The Cavern as part of MTV/Liverpool Music Week and they'll be supporting Paul Bonehead Arthurs at the Studio on Hardman Street.
The masses of mopers block off access for people who actually want to buy a magazine of their choice but can't because some browsing bonehead -- who has no intention of buying anything whats over -- is in the way.
I was laid off after 10 years at Universal Studios due to financial restructuring after bonehead decisions by rich people ruined a company.
I CANNOT believe some of the bonehead comments that come from the mouths of the Government's Labour ministers.