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idiot juice

and idiotic (ˈɪdiət dʒus and ɪdiˈɑdɪk)
n. a mixture of ground nutmeg and water. (Prisons.) Somehow a bunch of these guys got hold of some idiot juice.
See also: idiot, juice

idiotic

verb
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A bike riders come across many such people on his way unexpectedly and their idiotic behavior put the biker's life at tremendous risk.
Idiotic idled in front on the run in but responded to Charlie Vigors' urgings to hold All Weather by one and a quarter lengths.
You now have a framework to understand the time and place where the incident unfolded--a bureaucracy that is warped by a mission so idiotic, that only absurdity could result.
But Simon Clark, of the pro-smoking group FOREST, said: "It is idiotic and bonkers.
I don't even know why you use your speaking time to put such an idiotic question.
This idiotic proposalwill generate pounds 110,000 for council funds.
Watch manager Mike Herbert from Cardiff Fire Station said today: "It's such a silly, idiotic prank.
Those who are responsible for these idiotic decisions should be removed from the judiciary.
The pages of history are scattered with the names of great men who have made idiotic predictions" - Broadcaster John Humphrys.
The problem isn't the rapacious lawyers, though--it's the idiotic jurors.
In wartime drastic measures were decided and affected within 24 hours, not five years, so why should such idiotic bureaucracy be responsible for signing the death warrants of thousands more who will perish in that preposterous length of time?
And notwithstanding Machiavellian ploys by managers, consultants, gurus and celebrity lunatics to transform the workplace into a glorified clown academy where the staff is forced to perform unseemly dances, sing idiotic songs or engage in fulsome, politically correct rituals (conga lines indeed
You will see her stopping, looking stumped, then continuing on, always bugging people for a dollar in a really idiotic and unattractive fashion, So, on my way up the street today at the corner of Sunset, where my bank is, she's standing there muttering and spouting out a storm.