bird-brained


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bird-brained

Describing someone who lacks intelligence or makes stupid decisions. You're so bird-brained. I can't believe you got stranded on the highway because you didn't put enough gas in your car!

birdbrained

verb
See also: birdbrain
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Enraged that society was not as bird-brained as him or his advisers, a further step was taken to shut down the blue birds with Turkey's Telecommunications Directorate (TyB) introducing IP-based bans, making it almost impossible to have access to Twitter simply by adjusting the DNS values.
It is only when owners decide to do something that things will change, and perhaps too many of the individuals in that category are too "bird-brained" to do anything anyway.
Bird intelligence, so often the subject of human jokes (e.g., "bird-brained") is no joke at all.
How does Ashley feel about this bird-brained policy, better known as zero tolerance?
Bird-brained Clucky the chicken reckons he is top dog in the Wicks household - and even has the diet to prove it.
BIRD-brained "flood tourists" are posing for selfies amid the devastation of Storm Frank, it was claimed yesterday.
A BIRD-brained thief who broke into a pigeon fanciers' club was caught after he advertised the stolen gear for sale on Facebook.
Home Alone (1990) - Pity poor Kevin, | played by a cherubic faced Macaulay Culkin, who is stranded in his Illinois mansion all Christmas and beseeched by bird-brained bandits, while his parents swan off to Paris.
THIS bird-brained animation featuring time-travelling turkeys is about as entertaining as a case of avian flu.
Despite being egged on, the duck failed to leave its cosy nesting place at the rear of a commercial unit in Selly Oak - even when it was hand-fed pizza in a bird-brained attempt to persuade the feathered friend to take flight.
This time it's a bird-brained bloke taking a break from an art installation which has just opened in Edinburgh.
POP sensation Paolo Nutini has a bird-brained explanation for his success.
Thousands of bird-brained British children think that cows lay eggs, a survey published today suggests.
Henry added: "I always thought the cat was a bit bird-brained but I never expected her to move into a nest."
BIRD-BRAINED thieves were yesterday told they face jail time after they were caught on camera stealing 30 baby ducks.