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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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Arbiter Martin Hansson was correct in allowing the wily Portuguese to take the free kick quickly after Lukasz Fabianski had idiotically picked up Sol Campbell's unhelpful backpass like an under-sevens keeper, tossed the ball to the ref and then dopily turned his back on play to saunter back to his line.
Although human life is sacred and must not be subject to the litany of figures, it might be useful to remind Western politicians who ask idiotically "Why do they hate us?" that Gaza was destroyed a year ago, not by earthquake as in Haiti, but by a war launched by Israel that killed over 1,400 Palestinian civilians and wounded over 8,000 other civilians, most of them seriously.
One shouted something in broken English about having to meet Gaspar behind Bottle Alley; another crooned idiotically in Yiddish: "Ev'ry little movement has a meaning all its own." Unaware that her own skirt had started to smolder, Gussie now wanted only to breathe.
Ian Briers' letter on Monday April 20 was just the latest and crassest example of this - his idiotically insensitive comments about asking the 'Luftwaffe to come and do the job again' (the destruction of homes and businesses or just the hundreds of human fatalities, Mr Briers?), as well as his condescending admission that Cov did have a 'mite' of charm were surely only printed to aggravate any right-thinking Cov Telegraph reader.
"The reply from the Highbury crowd was instantaneous: 'We hate Scousers, We hate Scousers', a chant with which I idiotically joined in.
Greed: Idiotically, I felt sure I'd get to be with Torch simply because I wanted it so much.
No one is paying attention to this sunny end of the marketplace, preferring to dwell on the idiotically underwritten loans of two years ago that are now blowing up all around us.
Why is that breathless sentence so bad, aside from being idiotically simplistic?
A year later, a combined Steelers and Chicago Cardinals team struggled through a season as the idiotically named Card-Pitts.
Read, perhaps, 'against the grain', we might find here a plea for the demolition of the very notion of 'family', demolished, in my opinion, long ago, though it still drags on quite idiotically. Why can we not embrace, and greatly extend, the notion of communal living, in which relationships are never 'perfect' and could be fluid, for children as well as adults?
Race card: The kind of wise guy who weaves in and out of traffic, idiotically changing lanes every quarter-mile.
Often idiotically running risks to discover those truths, Alice finally stumbles across the reality cowboy Duval and the kindly caretaker Benjamin had tried to conceal from her and finds out that she is not in fact in a land of the free but in a no-man's land brimming with danger.
"It reminds me of a string of wet sponges; it reminds me of tattered washing on the line; it reminds me of stale bean soup, of college yells, of dogs barking idiotically through endless nights.
The judge said of Bateman's wife: "I am not going to deprive these children of their mother, no matter how idiotically she has behaved.
After Rom swings idiotically and quickly accumulates two strikes, Rom's teammates decide that bunting would be a better course of action.