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be as daft as a brush

  (British informal)
if someone is as daft as a brush, they behave in a very silly way I remember him as a kid and he was as daft as a brush then.
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That transcends private school, public school, economics," said Daft at a recent series of workshops in Greenville.
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Just ask Douglas Daft, whose lack of a capable successor sullied his departure last spring from Coca-Cola.