lame-brain

lamebrain

1. adjective Utterly foolish or poorly thought out. He's always got some lamebrain scheme to get rich.
2. noun A fool, idiot, or buffoon. I heard that lamebrain Terry cost us yet another client with the idiotic things he says.

lame-brain

verb
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I hope they have the sense to cancel these ludicrous tickets and have a word with their lame-brain traffic wardens."
(Which means no one will ever know my lame-brain final answer.)
Why on earth do producers believe it's against the law not to have at least one spraytanned lame-brain from The Only Way Is Essex as a guest?
I know that in lame-brain PC circles cars are public enemy number one, but technology - driven by rising energy costs - is hugely reducing their environmental impact.
This isn't some lame-brain product created by some wayward-thinking startup company that we can snarl at and make disappear.
What motivates people to enter these lame-brain polls in the first place?
But even world class lame-brain Rory's unique skills weren't enough.
3 LAME-BRAIN Adam Hosker spending pounds 110 on a poster which, to French shoppers, says: "Traditionals product of English man".
Society has bred lame-brain individuals who think they are tough guys if they attack old ladies.
Only a lame-brain can get enjoyment out of letting off fireworks so powerful it looks and sounds as though we've suddenly been transported to Baghdad High Street.
Little old ladies who need walking sticks and lame-brain yobs who can scarcely read road signs can manage it without much trouble.
The security agencies seem to have no trouble cracking open their lame-brain plots.
The only blame that should be put on Mr Grayling is for not realising that this lame-brained idea had undoubtedly been cooked up by hordes of "Sir Humphreys".
The issue would have been put to rest-mistakes are made as law enforcers are only too human-if not for that lame-brained Caloocan City prosecutor, Darwin Caete, who said that Kian's 'innocence [was] too far-fetched.'
The film's biggest problem is the way it gradually unravels from this dark, twisted, finger-snappingly cool comedy to a turgid, special-effects-laden fantasy with a lame-brained plot about an evil Enchantress bent on world domination.