bubblehead

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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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All those housing bubbleheads," the attorney observed.
And so far, despite the worries of the bubbleheads at places like iTulip, household net worth has risen by some $5 trillion since mid-2005.
This is not because the political parties are any worse than they ever were - it's because we have become lightweight popculture bubbleheads.
So, toward the end of the play, when Handke hurled insults at "us," we were more delighted by the word play ("You bubbleheads, you atheists, you butchers, you deadbeats") than hurt or shocked.
Having spent two thirds of the movie sticking it to the bubbleheads who enter such competitions and spend their time between scratching each other's eyes and wishing for world peace, the film then does a complete about face and offers up the Barbie meat market as a salute to sisterhood.
to the equivalent of a vast Club Med for the freshly lobotomized, the comedy's shallow Seinfeld-ians serve to paint Angelenos as so many Evian-sipping, platitude-spouting, minutiae-yammering, horn-honking, money-loving, tan-seeking, angst-riddled, surgically enhanced, self-obsessed bubbleheads.
The name itself is a witty rejoinder: The founders wanted something fun and clever to upstage that mewling sob-fest called the Renaissance Weekend, held to polite applause every New Year's weekend in Hilton Head, South Carolina, starring the Clintons and a thousand other Third Way bubbleheads.