eejit


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eejit

(ˈiːdʒɪt)
n
a Scot and Irish word for idiot2
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Eejit - NOUN - informal Irish and Scottish form of idiot.
I hate having to take having to take o'my shoes and o'my shoes and want to weep want to weep with frustration with frustration when the eejit in when the eejit in front holds things front holds things up by apparently up by apparently being unaware you're being unaware you're enhancements more common, I having a Botox named after or no longer allowed to take a litre bottle of Irn Bru from home and on to the plane.
It used to be easy enough to tell an artist from an eejit by asking the simple question: 'Can you draw?
Average person brakes to stop for the lights, Eejit behind accelerates to overtake and go through a light that is "only a little bit red".
This track has something of The Kinks All Day And All Of The Night about it, and a superb vocal, that says serious musician, not victim, not waster, not eejit.
But yesterday he said: "I behaved like an eejit - but nobody died and I hope we can all move on.
I was confused; apart from looking a bit of an eejit, several karate classes and years of comprehensive school break times clearly indicated that such a posture also invited a swift kick to the cojones
Now in The Eejits they are honkin, maukit, bowfin and clarty and Mrs Eejit's hackitness is revealed in all its manky glory.
Everything I say must be ridiculed, because that is one way of not dealing with the contents of the actual comment" Singer Morrissey "A plodding mule being dragged through the mud" Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood on Nancy Dell'Olio's performance on the show "It used to be easy enough to tell an artist from an eejit by asking the simple question: 'Can you draw?
people thought I was a bit of an eejit, a bit of an odd one.
Paul said: "I was nervous about what Joanne would say I thought she might shout 'get down you eejit and stop embarrassing me' but she didn't.