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Synonyms for oaf

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a large, ungainly, and dull-witted person

Synonyms for oaf

an awkward stupid person

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Well, Jeremy, these "oafs" are the very people who have allowed you the privilege of making a good living driving the best cars in the world, antagonising various facets of society, and indulging in laddish behaviour.
Clarkson, 49, speaking at a Top Gear masterclass at the Edinburgh Festival, said: "Five hundred people come to shows and most of them are oafs. Who would you rather have in our shots?" When an example of a pretty female audience member was flashed up on a screen, he added: "Cor, can we leave that up there?" Clarkson, whose fellow presenter Richard Hammond almost died when a stunt went wrong, joked that he realised the job might occasionally be life-threatening.
I WAS reading the Daily Post (October 12) about the "Mochdre Massive" yob being banned from his home town - then turning over the page and reading about brave trooper Craig Roberts being injured in Iraq, trying to keep yobs and oafs like the Mochdre Massive safe.
I ask Mr Symington if he has ever attended an international match, where arrests usually outnumber those at football games and there is a constant threat of 15-stone oafs urinating on your leg or car, or played the game himself and witnessed the sight of overweight drunks hitting each other and harassing female bar staff in the post-match festivities.
One can't help thinking that instead of all this mincing around with truck lifting and other silly disciplines, they should get these oafs to do something useful.
And most assuredly the parents of a good few youngsters arrested last August What hope for any child sired and conceived by such oafs?
JEREMY CLARKSON has admitted flouting health and safety laws and says his own fans are "oafs".
Would it really be ploughed into encouraging fat oafs to get off their backsides and do what is really necessary to stop obesity?
Harvey says: "We have got a buffet for 200 people, taking in everyone from the tattooed oaf at my local pub all the way up to a lot of other oafs without tattoos.
A poll revealed travellers claimed Russians are tracksuit-wearing, moneyflashing oafs who hide sunloungers in the room.
Not only that, but if I did it, can you imagine the mickey-taking I would have to bear from those two oafs I work with on Top Gear?
Leave the kilt-wearing and piping to pompous oafs such as Prince Charles, Jack McConnell, Sean Connery and Ewan McGregor.
Heartless and hypocritical oafs such as Hoon are not fit to lick our armed forces' boots.