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Synonyms for daftness

informal terms for insanity

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Dickensian daftness: Freddie Fox and Matt Berry camp it up
The smart humour of the show is also replaced by a sense of panto daftness, although the occasional "he's behind you" works on stage, while the puppet undersea creatures and exploding volcano video effect are cleverly done.
After covering weighty issues like death, love, religion and spam javelins, "e King of Edinburgh" (List) is in a frivolous mood with this show about daftness.
It needs more daftness and comic violence and far less romance and sentimental scenes of family life.
Backstage info: This features daring deeds, daftness, duels and a genuine homegrown hero in green tights.
Various horses have completed the Grand National-Scottish Grand National double, but only Red Rum managed the feat in the same season when triumphing in both races in 1974 All mixed up Rearrange the letters to reveal the name of a 2,000 Guineas winner of recent years whose Newmarket victory proved his swansong after a career-ending injury To phoniest daftness (18) Answer on page 24 Compiled by Steve Dennis and David Dew
AS I was away last week I missed most of the hullabaloo around the Leahy-Heseltine Report, let's put the Scouser first, but it had some good points, along with the usual daftness that has to go in to get folk talking.
Almond is an original and distinctive writer, slightly mad in the best of ways, but then, as Mina would say, 'What's a world without daftness in it?'
Prices of good rust-free original 2CVs have gone mental recently, because of their charm, economy and daftness. Buy it before someone else does..
Some of these are quite spectacularly daft: what is somewhat irritating, though, is not the daftness itself so much as the way Hiddleston can never quite seem to summon the courage of her convictions to say so.
HOT Today, The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham CLUBBING Sara Cox presents Just Can't Get Enough 80s From Bowie to Belinda, Wham to Whitney, Kylie to Kate Bush, Erasure to Elton and Tiffany to T'Pau, Radio One's Sara promises a night of dancing and daftness in the ultimate Eighties party.
But in an otherwise pale and pasty (pastry?) world, it was a bit of daftness neither me, nor my newsdesk colleagues, saw any harm in.
It's just a bit of daftness in an all too serious world.
MIDNIGHT SPECIAL 12 SCI-FI, superstition and daftness collide.