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n. Slang
A person regarded as stupid or inept.


slang a stupid person


n. Vulgar Slang.
a stupid or clumsy person; blockhead.
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A lot more sense than polluting the ground for some scrap metal or being the butthead who flicks cigarette remnants all about the planet.
Or, all it takes is one person with not fully developed frontal lobes (teenager) in a Beavis and Butthead moment to light the fuse and throw a smoke bomb, or a firecracker, or a cherry bomb, or a.
In the case of my 10-year-old it's videos that are similar to those on You've Been Framed, except they're narrated by Beavis and Butthead (I think it's them anyway).
A Butthead B Homer Simpson C Yogi Bear D Popeye QUESTION 2 - for 2 points: Where are the Crown Jewels displayed?
New sitcom Silicon Valley is the creation of Mike Judge, the man who dreamed up Beavis and Butthead, King Of The Hill and Office Space.
A good part of the show has the guys critiquing music videos, much like Beavis and Butthead from a generation ago.
The guys made the decision to hide their faces in 1996 and tried various masks - including Beavis and Butthead - before the robot helmets.
So it should be obvious there are many other factors than the availability of weapons (toys or real) to explain the differences between the eras of Leave it to Beaver and Beavis & Butthead.
It's not often that programme commissioners take their cues from Beavis and Butthead, but this certainly has a ring of the Mike Judge creations' irreverent commentary about it, and it's at least as funny as that 1990s series.
Examples are drawn from Beavis and Butthead, DuckTales, Futurama, and The Simpsons.
The film is the return of Mike Judge, the man behind Beavis and Butthead, this time with Jason Bateman as the flavour-extract mogul selling his company until an accident throws his plans into disarray.