goofer

goofball

1. and goofer n. a stupid person; a fool. You are such a silly goofball. What a clumsy goofer!
2. n. a barbiturate tablet. (Drugs.) How many goofballs did you take to get like this?

goofer

verb
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I come with black cat bones, Van Van oil, n' goofer dust
B Goofer, Bourne End, Bucks HOW refreshing that Tamzin Outhwaite wants to concentrate on spending time with her young daughter rather than piling up work commitments.
The Lilac Fairy, Olga Sharutenko, also came across forcefully, but the audience took to their hearts Anton Klykov, the Royal Court's goofer.
Kevin Darley posts a seasonal best score of 71 as Dawson City (Peter Easterby) beats The Goofer (Andrew Stringer/Lindsay Charnock) in the 11-furlong handicap at Ayr.
It's hardly brainfood, but Parker directs some spoofing knocks at religion and adult movies, South Park cohort Matt Stone does his bit as a goofer electrician, and it's a toss-up which is the more crass, the dialogue, the acting or the humour.
These multi-styled Warwickshire swingers will be having their goofers extracted at Riverside in Leamington Spa.