knuckle-dragger

knuckle-dragger

n. a strong and stupid man. (Like an ape.) Call off your knuckle-draggers. I’ll pay you whatever you want.
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At some point, some knuckle-dragger cut two inches off the barrels.
That knuckle-dragger Hannity called me 'cowardly,''' he mutters, lighting up another Ultra Light Camel.
Look back 50,000 years or so and there on top of what would one day be Penylan Hill, Ee-Nok, Neanderthal knuckle-dragger, gives his very own Rivers of blood speech.
A supervillain might make a straw purchase, pap a celebrity, surf the darknet, or become a testosteronic knuckle-dragger.
Which is proof positive that Big John ain't no knuckle-dragger.
There he saw a 6-foot, 5-inch knuckle-dragger of a man waving a gun and threatening to shoot three other guys.
Any knuckle-dragger so far gone that they would burn a family out of their home because the blood's up and the booze is in isn't going to change their minds by listening to some cretin telling them to read a different newspaper.
ay le So you could say the disgusting knuckle-dragger who spat on the wee man at the SECC was utterly moronic in more ways than one.
The rest of us can do our bit by refusing to pretend their songs are somehow different from the vile threats whispered by a knuckle-dragger to a skilled footballer preparing to captain his country.
If that Leeds United knuckle-dragger ever ran at the big man I bet he'd just palm him over the bar).
The racist knuckle-dragger thought it appropriate to interrupt a private conversation and didn't consider that he might have caused offence.
On a more serious note, the knuckle-dragger who spat on Mark McGhee should be strapped to a seat at Pittodrie and forced to watch every game from now until the end of the season.
The greater her success, the more threatened her knuckle-dragger husband.
In the meantime, study carefully the pictures we have published today to see if you recognise the knuckle-dragger who gained pleasure by causing more than pounds 4,000 damage and endangering other passengers.
Unlike the morons who have abused Davis since that night at Tynecastle Park - including one knuckle-dragger who revealed his personal details on a website - they are intelligent enough to know the man made an honest mistake.