The titling shtick is as moronic
as the stain-hunting procedure.
Jest-books such as Een nyeuwe clucht boeck made fun of priests by portraying them as being moronic
, as having a shaky knowledge of Latin and the scriptures, as being unchaste, and only being career-minded.
But John McLaughlin's shamelessly distorted account of "travelgate" (when will we ever be rid of this moronic
But it truly is a brilliant political gimmick to shift the story about public schools to something so absurdly moronic
that, by the time one stops laughing, the target has moved on.
Many years ago, when I was a young thinker and knew practically everything, it seemed clear to me that magical, moralistic, moronic
religion soon would disappear, because people were becoming too educated for such superstition.
Why, then, does he say some pages later, while answering President Bush's moronic
attacks on environmentalists, that "nobody is advocating extreme measures.
It was a moronic
gesture, but I guess coming face-to-face with your intellectual superior brings that type of behaviour out in some people.
Having been born in Nechells 67 years ago and then moving to Ward End, I have seen the demise of whole swathes of this city as a result of moronic
councillors giving planning permission for mosques to be built on every street corner of Small Heath, Sparkhill, Bordesley Green, Alum Rock, Saltley etc.
She threw an impressive right hook after moronic
comic Jonnie Marbles pounced.
To describe it as somehow empowering is simply moronic
The Voice of Liverpool since 1879 IT'S impossible to understand the moronic
mindset of the alleged human beings who wrecked the Hillsborough memorial in Port Sunlight.
It's a judgement on the people who have nothing better to do with their lives than watch this sort of moronic
television junk, the morons who make these programmes and the sad cases who appear on them.