bird-brain


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bird-brain

A person who lacks intelligence or who makes stupid decisions. You're such a bird-brain. I can't believe you got stranded on the highway because you didn't put enough gas in your car!

birdbrain

1. n. a stupid-acting person. I’m such a birdbrain. I forgot my driver’s license, officer.
2. and birdbrained mod. stupid. Look, you birdbrained idiot, you are dead wrong!
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Which bird-brain thought people would want to watch this micro-celebs-out-oftheir-comfort-zonezzzz crap?
Learn about the intelligence of these fascinating birds, the saying "bird-brain" is most certainly not true.
"The Dunkirk little ships, the most evocative reminders of this country's bravest hour, were ignored so that a pneumatic bird-brain from Strictly Come Dancing could talk to transvestites in Battersea Park" - Broadcaster Michael Buerk attacks the BBC coverage of the Jubilee regatta and the performance of presenter Tess Daly.
Tempting as it is to dismiss this latest league table as a bird-brain load of nonsense, it does have a semi-serious point to make.
UNLESS YOU'RE a complete bird-brain, you know by now we rock Letter Bombs on an every-other-month basis.
It takes a wee bit of courage to stay alive" Actor/comedian Billy Connolly "The Dunkirk Little Ships, the most evocative reminders of this country's bravest hour, were ignored so that a pneumatic bird-brain from Strictly Come Dancing could talk to transvestites in Battersea Park" Broadcaster Michael Buerk attacks the BBC coverage of the Jubilee regatta and the performance of presenter Tess Daly, above
What bird-brain came up with that ridiculous, disgusting and totally repulsive monstrosity?
It's little wonder that front line service needs are suffering whilst bird-brain schemes are still very much on the council's agenda.
The same Buerk who now, after a reputed PS150,000 cheque was wafted before his exceedingly high brows, will spend the next month on a dumbed-down TV show alongside daytime airhead Mel Sykes, pneumatic bird-brain Gemma Collins and vacuous D-list celebrities like, well, the rest of the cast.
Before my first encounter with Katie Price, I recall thinking I was going to instantly dislike the woman who I deemed a publicity-hungry, hard, trashy, bird-brain.
Calling somebody a bird-brain might turn out to be a compliment if they are as clever as four-year-old Austrian raven Elias.
Ravens, like all the corvids, are extremely intelligent--a fact ably explored in Shute's book--but in the larger scheme of things they remain, well, bird-brained. It seems odd to ask 'what depth of memory lies in those obsidian eyes?'
by "tweets" betray the bird-brained nature of the policy.
Even this bully's method of communicating his intention ie by "tweets" betray the bird-brained nature of the policy.
PARROTS have proved they are clever as well as pretty after using their creative bird-brains to make tools from unfamiliar materials.