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Goofy

bumbling, awkward dog; originally named Dippy Dawg. [Comics: “Mickey Mouse” in Horn, 492]
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It's all a silly monologue drawn out for comedic effect, but it's true to the spirit of Michelangelo, the goofiest of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Now in the final six weeks of a ludicrously well-received three-year national tour, this single week at the Empire may be your last chance to see the world's goofiest musical in its current form.
The goofiest it ever gets is Shaul showing Halit one of his inventions, a realistic-looking plastic turd designed to conceal house keys outside the front door.
The North Wales-born footballer, award-winning radio presenter and star of BBC's Strictly Come Dancing, presents Robbie Savage: Football Howlers, the hilarious new DVD featuring the craziest cock-ups, goofiest gaffes and most memorable moments of the beautiful - and occasionally ridiculous - game.
The idea that a jockey, locked in a tight finish with potentially millions of pounds at stake, can remember how many times he's hit a horse is the goofiest thing I've heard.
Remember, every deer picture during the survey (not including pre-baiting pictures) is important, whether it's a fawn, doe or the goofiest looking buck on the property.
Right now I'm into late 70s new wave--the goofiest shit I can find.
Hold a contest where employees share their goofiest mistake or funniest faux pas.
The YouTube debate provided some of the best, and goofiest, questions of the whole primary season (who can forget the query about global warming from a melting snowman).
In the video Alex's friends and fellow Soldiers can be heard laughing, and Alex himself dances with the goofiest of grins.
Words--sometimes surprising ones--burst forth from their mouths, as they describe their teachers as having been "the goofiest person," "incredibly nice," "comforting," "inspiring," "funny," someone who "spoke with us, not at us," "patient," "tolerant," "project-based," "organized," "interesting," "dramatic," "efficient," someone who "utilized desirable teaching methods," "adorable," "understanding," "persuasive," "never boring," someone who "forced me to think," someone who "loved her profession," "intuitive," someone who "portrayed positivism," "knowledgeable," "warm," "lovely," "open.
It is this transgressive love affair that triggers the goofiest and most lovable part of the film: when lovestruck Abe and beerstruck Hellboy start singing along to Barry Manilow's Can't Smile Without You.