But any chronicle of her public buffoonery
would far exceed my word limit.
Under such idiotic buffoonery
who ever said that crime does not pay?
I started writing short stories about Einstein and the Doctor, where the Doctor was getting irritated with the great man's buffoonery
has been a recurring feature of Silvio Berlusconi's political office, said The Times of London in an editorial yesterday:
Step Brothers is just as scatological, messy and puerile as Anchorman and Talladega Nights, and will therefore delight audiences who lapped up Ferrell's buffoonery
in those pictures.
Political party conventions tend to be largely meaningless exercises in backslapping, elbow-rubbing and over-inflated rhetoric, but last weekend's meeting of Massachusetts Democrats in Amherst takes the prize for ideological buffoonery
found comfort and companionship where others might have seen buffoonery
HAVING PROVEN OURSELVES CAPABLE OF SUCH SPECTACULAR BUFFOONERY
, HOW CAN WE BE SURE THAT LEAVING IRAQ NOW WOULDN'T BE EQUALLY STUPID?
There's plenty of buffoonery
to be sure, but the film -- superbly written by Peter Morgan, who co-wrote ``The Last King of Scotland'' -- has ambitions greater than being simply a fly-on-the-wall look at the supremely silly and spoiled.
Mencken and wanted to infuse his writing with more than a pinch of wit and buffoonery
Another show I recently started watching got better when it concentrated less on the Girlfriends calling each other useless names and other buffoonery
, and more on great topics, such as homeownership, careers, single motherhood, and starting a business.
At least his buffoonery
comes with relatively little pretension of greatness.