nutcake

nutcake

An eccentric, wacky, or idiotic person. Don't listen to a word that nutcake says. If you think that plan will work, then you're more of a nutcake than I thought! My friend Jake is a total nutcake, always pulling the most reckless, crazy stunts.

nutcake

n. a stupid person. (see also fruitcake.) Stop acting like such a nutcake all the time.
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In Yad Vashem can be found the manuscript of Trude Kassowitz's (1907-2002) recipes for nutcake and gefilte fish and who writes, "I'd pretend to visit someone as her guest and she'd pretend to serve me coffee and cake ...
"We hesitate to call it a fruitcake because it is really a high-quality nutcake," says Ken Kauffman, owner/president.
No tax loopholes Or evasions are involved, nor is it an agin-the-gummint scheme dreamed up by a nutcake group in northern Idaho.
Columnists once inclined to dismiss Turner as "a nutcake" or "the mouth of the South" revised their opinions in the benign glow of $1 billion and discovered that some of Turner's best-remembered remarks (about Rupert Murdoch's likeness to the late Adolf Hitler or the blind stupidity of most American corporate executives) were best understood as eccentric pleasantries.
Criticize a civility promoter, and you hear that you're a fan of rap lyrics about cop-killing, or that you're the sort of nutcake who tries to silence by boos any idea you happen to disagree with, or that you believe differences of opinion on large matters preclude collaborative work toward limited objectives, or that you lack feeling for the glories of civil discourse in the public square to which Hannah Arendt sang her lyric in On Revolution.
George Gilder, however, wins the nutcake sweepstakes.
"The last way to persuade people to come back and support you is to abuse them as nutcakes and loonies and all the rest of it.
"We are still a startup company, so we're continuing to grow in terms of sales and number of stores," explains Irene Costello, co-founder of Hyde Park, Mass.-based Effie's Homemade, which offers such whole grain products as oatcakes and the newly introduced Pecan Nutcakes, both of which straddle the line between cookies and crackers, making them an exciting addition to the U.S.
of sticky nutcakes, with more brown candy than peanuts, down Cheapside
He did get the roundtrip air travel, lodging and meals, but his skis were short, the German house party poorly attended, the "miserable little dry nutcakes" were hockey puck hard, his ski boots ill-fitting, and the yodeller was locally authentic, but not inspiring.
These are the maniacal homicidal nutcakes that Bob Herbert is afraid of?
And, of course, there were enough nutcakes to make even a stoic reader of Epic Moon smile.
Modern art has made good copy since the Armory Show of 1913 handed reporters an irresistible opportunity to crack up their readership--or to appall it--with the antics of artistic nutcakes. Biennial 2000 is not an American "Sensation," and one almost felt sorry for the disconsolate cameramen prowling the press opening in unrewarded pursuit of visual scandals to spice up the evening news.