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ditzy

and ditsy (ˈdɪtsi)
mod. giddy; unaware; flighty. You are such a ditzy geek! She’s not the ditsy blonde she appears to be.
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But the 33-year-old hit back at his comments, joking to Vibe magazine: "I know I'm not ditzy like Daffy Duck.
In our view, the filmmaker's daring and even risky format-tweaking gambits are significant efforts to liberate the loud and ditzy rom-com movie genre from some of its off-putting 'requirements,' which are actually its limitations.
DOZY Robbie Savage had a ditzy blond moment when he almost missed his flight to the World Cup trying to check in using his wife''s passport.
Bennett said that she's had 20 session and she's already starting to feel ditzy and confused all the time, asserting that she recently went to pick a pal up at the airport and couldn't remember if she needed to go to departures or arrivals.
EYE CANDY Helen Flanagan was last year's ditzy contestant
FBI agent Piven gives her a makeover to pose as a ditzy college student, sending her to a sorority house to protect a girl whose father is about to testify against the Mob.
The account appeals for "silly ditzy Valley girls" to "swap contraception for fake tan" and star in "an x-rated Pobol y Cwm".
The audience was thrilled by the antics of Orin the dentist, played by lower sixth form student Chris Bond and cheered for the ditzy character of Audrey, played by Year 10 pupil Emma Dewhurst.
After the ditzy blonde realises her mistake she agrees to give him a massage, but finds herself struggling to resist temptation when he strips off for hands-on treatment.
So, contrary to the ditzy actress she plays in the film, she is trying to cut a picture of a smart woman.
It''s a cut above the usual rom-com fare, mainly because Julianne is a little more complex than your average ditzy heroine.
Pampered heiress, Lea (Aure Atika) cannot forget her ex, and Nina (Geraldine nakache) is a ditzy brunette looking for ways to lose weight and gain a boyfriend.
Queer viewers will play right along with the shoves ditzy heroines--you'll pick the one who simply "seems the gayest.
Oddly enough, it was that ditzy, endearing and very modern take on one of France's most despised rulers that helped Coppola and company pull off one of history's great filmmaking coups: the use of the actual, sprawling palace and its grounds for location shooting.