boofhead

Related to boofhead: holla

boofhead

(ˈbʊfhɛd)
n
1. a stupid person
2. a person or animal with a large head
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Lehmann recalled Giannitto first calling him 'Boofhead' after he had labelled the Italian 'The Golden Greek' after ultra-marathon runner Yiannis Kouros, the report said.
and again, I think it's one reason why the blokey boofhead crew aren't as tolerant, is because they're ignorant....
In the same vein, Bowers developed his own take on Australian culture, adding to the carnival of images such characters as Boofhead and the Bondi Lifesaver.
It was there I met big Brenda who was a bouncer at the Boofhead bar.
To add insult to injury, the main destroyers were not graceful, eloquent stylists in the mould of Gower or Brearley but a big galoot known as Freddie and a Yarpie boofhead called Pietersen.
To add insult to injury, our main destroyers were not graceful, eloquent stylists in the mould of Gower or Brearley but a big galoot known as Freddie and a Yarpie boofhead called Pietersen.
** JOHNSON, Mo Boofheads Walker, 2008 267pp $18.95 pbk ISBN 9781921150678 SCIS 1383845
How is it that the outcome of a football game--'a bunch of boofheads kicking around a pigskin', as one of the fans I interviewed put it--could generate such a response?
New Zealand rugby commentator Murray Deaker labelled the All Blacks a "bunch of boofheads", adding, "On the big occasions we choke."
The Courier-Mail reporter Rory Gibson argued for the chant to be banned, saying that Australia looks like a nation "inhabited by ignorant boofheads" after the chorus was sung in St Peter's Square at the Vatican "by a bunch of Mary MacKillop yobs".