daftie

Related to daftie: DAFTS

daftie

(ˈdɑːftɪ)
n
informal a foolish person
Translations

daftie

n (Brit inf) → Dussel m (inf)
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DAFTIE Yob is dragged away by security SELFIE Hatton at Celtic Park with a friend
David McCracken still tries to kid himself he's the dressing room daftie - but these days he's the prefect pro on and off the park.
I'm sure plenty of police officers suffered bashes and bruises during Sunday's unedifying scenes in Newcastle but the stand out detail is the daftie who punched a police horse.
I've run around up front like a daftie for 10 years and not qualified for a tournament, to then walk away and then see the team get to one.
What is the big deal about royal daftie Prince Harry wearing a swastika?
We're the daftie who gets handed a bottle of champers and scuds himself on the nose when popping the cork before getting soaked with the spray.
The accused's partner then referred to Kelly Anne Kerr as a daftie and said she had 'done f*** all wrong' and claimed she didn't know anything about it.
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