lame-brain

lame-brain

verb
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Which means no one will ever know my lame-brain final answer.
Why on earth do producers believe it's against the law not to have at least one spraytanned lame-brain from The Only Way Is Essex as a guest?
I know that in lame-brain PC circles cars are public enemy number one, but technology - driven by rising energy costs - is hugely reducing their environmental impact.
What motivates people to enter these lame-brain polls in the first place?
Why would anyone give a rat's arse whether an arrogant lame-brain called Scott could sell more tables than cocky Essex car dealer Danny?
That the Beatles showed lame-brain kids in the '60s how to do this -- take drugs and be terrorists?
But even world class lame-brain Rory's unique skills weren't enough.
3 LAME-BRAIN Adam Hosker spending pounds 110 on a poster which, to French shoppers, says: "Traditionals product of English man".
Only a lame-brain can get enjoyment out of letting off fireworks so powerful it looks and sounds as though we've suddenly been transported to Baghdad High Street.
Society has bred lame-brain individuals who think they are tough guys if they attack old ladies.
Little old ladies who need walking sticks and lame-brain yobs who can scarcely read road signs can manage it without much trouble.
This may circumvent any future lame-brain ideas these council people come up with.
He appears to be a bit of a lame-brain, too, but there may be more to him than that.