pea-brain

pea-brain

n
informal a foolish or unintelligent person
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Almost inevitably, those who insist on voicing their ill-considered opinions via social media had a field day, greeting the 79 with a sneering hysteria, each pea-brain attempting to out-do the latter, upping the anti-Woods ante in their efforts to write the man off.
THE UKIP MEP who spoke of this country giving aid to "bongo-bongo land" has made all opponents of wasteful foreign aid look like cold-hearted, pea-brain bigots.
This begs the obvious question: Why can't the same logician who approved that piece of pie-eyed planning apply his or her pea-brain to solving the post office's problem?
Paging through the poems and sayings I've painstakingly copied over the years hoping to somehow inscribe them in my poor conditioned pea-brain -- I realize how long I've known I needed to lighten up.
Staying with this week's telly, try the following multiple choice question that's even easier than the pea-brain ones on GMTV: Karen Carpenter was a famous what?
Her pea-brain and her shocking inability to answer even the simplest question would have resulted in even more ridicule.
How would we expect this pea-brain to respect anybody else's property when any SELF respect is obvious by its absence?
Every bit of me wanted to grab him and explain to his hatred-filled pea-brain that even if he held those abhorrent views, I didn't want to hear them.
If this marriage does turn out to be the royal wedding that really is a fairytale then it can only be the Princess and the Pea-brain.
IF there are two things that his domineering Mama has hammered into Bobby Boucher's pea-brain, they are to never mix with girls and never play football.
I don't know whether that move smacks of PR or pea-brain.
The great brains would suddenly shrink into pea-brains and he would be demanding they were put on a plane back home.