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bubblehead

1. A foolish, dumb, or ditzy person. I can't believe I said something so stupid—what a bubblehead.
2. One who often drinks champagne. Susan's a real bubblehead, so order her a glass of the finest champagne.

bubblehead

1. n. a fool; a giddy person. If you can’t say anything without coming off like a bubblehead, keep your mouth shut.
2. n. a heavy drinker of champagne. It takes a pretty good bankroll to be a real high-class bubblehead.
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So if I've got Chantelle's name wrong then I apologise, but I'm referring to the Bristolian bubble-head who sped about everywhere with a mobile phone surgically attached to one hand and a half-eaten McDonald's Happy Meal in the other, while her knees were used for steering.
The late screen-icon played the part of a bubble-head in Terry Johnson's play 'Insignificance', in which she demonstrates her understanding of the theory of relativity to "Albert Einstein", so well that people convincingly mistook it for the truth.
PUBLIC relations is a booming industry full of spiffing young women with names like Arabella Bubble-Head and Sophie Rhys-Jones.
Proving that Absolutely Fabulous actress Jane Horrocks is no bubble-head when it comes to the art of disguise.
Unfortunately, due to house rules laid down by their paranoid gynaecologist dad (Larry Miller doing Bill Murray), this means younger bubble-head sis Bianca (Larisa Oleynik) can't date either.
Series two was a hateful exercise fought out by misfits and distinguished by a bubble-head called Helen whose favourite hobby was "blinking".
Far more upsetting is the news that comedy gods Bob Mortimer and Vic Reeves (who used the blonde bubble-head in their otherwise excellent series Shooting Stars) are writing a series for the only woman on the planet who thinks Mange Tout is a sequel to Mange One.
They want bubble-headed fluff "reviews" that say everything is wonderful, and that kind of content provides no value to travelers.
But fortunately, with Allouache, lighter will never mean bubble-headed.
Daily as I encounter these creatures - with their spiderlike eyelashes, thrusting busts, teetering high heels and vacuous expressions - I despair that generations of women sacrificed so much in the battle for equality only for their gift to be squandered by bubble-heads.
Honda's demonstration of the revamped "Asimo" Tuesday at its Tokyo suburban research facility was not only to prove that the bubble-headed childlike machine was more limber and a bit smarter.
Honda showcased the upgraded Asimo at its Tokyo suburban research facility, making the bubble-headed childlike machine walk, run and hop around.
No, just the blue-suited, bubble-headed Bob Log III hurtling towards the Ouseburn.
If you are a bubble-headed teenager, or a woman with issues, you should probably go see this movie.
I'd always thought Lily Allen was a Peaches-esque arrogant, bubble-headed brat - and she probably was - but in the past year she's grown up before our eyes into a very refreshing prospect indeed.