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Synonyms for daftness

informal terms for insanity

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My nerves have been jangling for weeks over the sheer daftness of some of the judges comments not to say their partisan marking - how does one judge give a dancer six while others give the same performer nine?
The song itself is crass in the extreme, electro pop daftness in the way that their fabled anthem Rocks was sub-Stones stupidity.
The relationship between Stephen Fry and Alan Davies and all the wit and daftness of it is brilliant and bizarre.
Since we started out in a trading pact called the EEC there have been many tales of alleged Euro daftness.
The daftness of this lad certainly made our job a lot easier.
And to add to the daftness she threw a bridal shower at co-star Felicity Huffman's gaff, featuring a strange competition to see who could create the most beautiful wedding dress out of toilet paper.
Regarding enjoyment of the view of the place, the photograph of the water feature shows another aspect of the daftness.
Think of Morecambe and Wise-style daftness rather than Little Britain's nastier gags.
So what better time to remind ourselves of the wit, wisdom and total daftness of some of the games best know professionals with this selection of quotes: "My parents have always been there for me, ever since I was about seven.
A celebutard is a blend of celebrity, debutante and retard - a star prone to bouts of daftness.
I don't find it twee in the slightest either, it encapsulates the innocence and daftness of youth without being getting sentimental.
I was laughing at some of these in the pub when my chum Charlie said the 1967 television comedy series, At Last The 1948 Show, had used similar silly names in the spirit of complete daftness.
THE sizzling sun scorching our unsuspecting Scottish nappers may explain the daftness I've encountered the past week, but I wouldn't bank on it.
You know what I mean: the sort of daftness for which David Coleman was famous.
And the big fear is that they won't be able to live up to the high standards of daftness, hysteria, bunny boilerish-ness and nicotine addiction we've come to demand.