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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!

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!

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!

birdbrained

verb
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Mind you, this was probably the last time he was able to get one over on them because the turkeys turned out to be far from birdbrains.
Critics do not realize that when they call someone a "birdbrain" for breaking the rules it's really a compliment.
He said they are "birdbrains - they call us anchor-danglers".
Indeed, any reference to songbirds as "birdbrains" may reveal more about the speaker's ignorance than about the birds' intelligence.
Isn't it high time to bring on the birdbrains? What have we got to lose?
CHILDREN at a Tyneside primary school have been proving they are not birdbrains by using pigeons to help with their studies.
My message to this lunatic consortium's idea is quite simply, 'think again birdbrains'.
Study leader Erich Jarvis, of Duke University in North Carolina, said: 'We need to stop calling people birdbrains and take it as a compliment.
But if the birdbrains at the FA chose to construe Eriksson's refusal to discuss the affair as a denial, that's hardly the ice-cool Swede's fault.
It's the same Buerk who said the coverage of the Queen's Jubilee was "cringingly inept" because it was hosted by "pneumatic birdbrains" and "daytime airheads" who interviewed "vacuous D-list celebrities".
Michael Noonan told foreign business leaders he had ways of making us birdbrains vote for something we don't want.
The birdbrains at ITV have given the feathered fiend who infamously pecked Michael Parkinson a 26-part TV series.