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knucklehead

n. a stupid person. Oh, I feel like such a knucklehead!
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This year MWC partnered with Knuckleheads, specialists in mobile app development, to create all-new Android and iOS smartphone and tablet apps.
It could also turn out that these were nothing but a bunch of knuckleheads, meth-heads," the US government official said.
It is as if we were promoting beer as the official beverage of the knuckleheads.
These knuckleheads and the administrators who love them can't resist the temptation to quote Friedman in reverential terms.
It's just there's too many knuckleheads out here in control.
Keith Jones announced that Kirk will tell all in a book due out in 2004 called 'You're Kidding Me: A Knuckleheads Guide to Surviving Niagara Falls.
Their embrace by the world's best surfers makes it dishearteningly difficult to distinguish surfers from motocross knuckleheads destroying a forest or water-skiing frat boys at the local lake.
THE BNP is racist and some members are odious knuckleheads.
LOS ANGELES -- She has the looks and curves that can turn any man into a stooge, and now supermodel Kate Upton, this year's cover subject on the celebrated SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT ISSUE, is working her magic on the big screen - and on the ultimate knuckleheads, THE THREE STOOGES.
TOM: Because they're inconsiderate knuckleheads, John.
Does it never occur to these knuckleheads that their brand of Britishness is not necessarily what anyone in the other parts of the UK wants?
DESCRIBE YOUR BUSINESS: The focus of Knuckleheads Gym is creating a fun workout experience for kids in a nonintimidating environment.
The fact that Barry Bonds has backed away from tonight's Home Run Derby in Chicago on the same night Court TV airs an hour-long documentary on the lawsuit filed by the two knuckleheads who claimed ownership to Bonds' 73rd home run ball from 2001 is, how you say, kinda ironic.
CUTLINE: Nate Bushey, 9, foreground, with his buddies, Nate's Knuckleheads, who have collected deposit bottles and cans to raise money for diabetes research.
For extra nyuk-nyuk-nyuks, THE THREE STOOGES DAILY DESKTOP allows users to play pranks on other users via LAN, and budding knuckleheads can test their accuracy with a seltzer bottle, cream pie or wooden mallet in "Whack-A-Moe," a game modeled after the popular whack-a-mole carnival attraction.