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bimbo

1. slang A vapid but sexually appealing and possibly promiscuous person, usually a woman. That chick's a real bimbo, so I'm not surprised she slept with you.
2. slang A stupid or silly person. Quit being a such a bimbo—you're starting to annoy me.

bimbo

(ˈbɪmbo)
1. n. a clownlike person. If that bimbo doesn’t keep quiet, I’ll bop him.
2. n. a giddy woman; a sexually loose woman. (see also bim.) Now that bimbo is a star in the movies!
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Players aim to create "the coolest, richest and most famous bimbo in the world".
Competing against other children they earn "bimbo dollars" to buy their character, or doll, plastic surgery, diet pills, facelifts, lingerie and fashionable nightclub outfits.
The aim of the game is to become "the coolest, richest and most famous bimbo in the whole world".
They are also given missions, including securing plastic surgery for their bimbo and finding her a billionaire boyfriend.
On the film lots, they were known as "body immaculate, brains optional", but the shortened version - BIMBO - became a byword for dumb blondes.
Jenny refuses to point out current Middle Aged Bimbos 'because they might sue'.
I've heard him called all sorts of choice names since, but never a bimbo, a term we lucky girls have all to ourselves.
THE boisterous Helen Chamberlain (left) is at pains to point out in an interview that she is "not one of those TV bimbos".
And they are convinced blondes are bimbos, redheads are fiery and brunettes are sophisticated.
A lot of girls at my school play an online game at a site called "Miss Bimbo." They told me that this is how it goes: You're first given an ideal height and weight for your "bimbo" to maintain.
The good news is that 'Miss Bimbo', an online reality game where players create their own fashionistas and socialites, has stopped offering virtual diet pills to keep the characters thin.
The Miss Bimbo site was set up by Nicholas Jacquart, a French entrepreneur and a 30-year-old British businessman called Chris Evans.
The aim of Miss Bimbo is to turn a naked net creation into "the richest and most famous bimbo in the world".
Creators of Miss Bimbo, which has 200,000 players, call it "harmless".