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goofball

1. and goofer n. a stupid person; a fool. You are such a silly goofball. What a clumsy goofer!
2. n. a barbiturate tablet. (Drugs.) How many goofballs did you take to get like this?
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Patric is a hoot as the pantomime villain, while Short and Evans monopolise the belly laughs, the latter playing up to his image as a goofball in scenes such as the one when Jensen gets caught with his trousers down by four women in a lift.
It is all flannel, 24/7 flannel, and Hannan MEP is not the one-off goofball they are hoping to make him out to be.
This instantly dated set of cooing pop-r&b cliches, computer-edited to within an inch of its life, badly lacks the goofball charm that made Kat a household favorite last season on ``American Idol.
Lucy Wannamaker and Robert Lindsay head up the goofball family.
He's a big, genial goofball who once managed Bette Midler and produced "Trading Places.
But those who don't like the goofball Carrey, and prefer him in more subtle films like The Truman Show, may well be delighted by its quirkiness.
Life is not all about hard issues and screaming matches, though," says Lawrence, "I'm bound to be a goofball in between the serious stuff.
It's very hard to explain what to expect, as it's a show full of semiimprovised absurdity in a meandering, goofball style.
Among a selection of comedies in this year's festival is goofball spy parody Burn After Reading, which stars George Clooney and Brad Pitt and is the latest offering from the Coen brothers.
Amid frequent jokes, he'll try to enhance a goofball image by trying to convince you he's a struggling student whose favorite pastime is juggling.
I am only young once so who cares if I'm a goofball.
Goofball picaresque tone darkens when villain Karpatch (Voldemars Karpacs) has a mute character hanged during WWII.
To the delight of the critics, there was plenty of horrible, goofball shit that made the event seem not-that-far-removed from any average X-Games thing.
A spindly creature with moon glasses, Lindsay still looks like the college goofball, "no wave" roots still showing, reminding us of his beginnings with DNA in the late 70s.
The cleverest example of Meadows' ability to equalize the sublime and the goofball is Untitled, 1997, which looks for all the world like a tilted, upside-down picnic table perched atop a pair of intersecting cartoony-hill shapes.