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LADIES' Day is always billed as stylish elegance meshing gracefully with high-class racing, whereas in reality it's a load of people getting dressed up to the nines and ending up stupefyingly drunk.
The Tory leadership frontrunner said Trump was "clearly out of his mind", "stupefyingly ignorant", "unfit to be President" and "playing the game of terrorists".
The women in this film aren't funny, interesting, or even smart; the confidence scams they pull only work because the men of Beaumont-sur-mer are insanely, stupefyingly dumb.
Still, this screenplay (credited to director Tina Gordon and Tracy Oliver) makes the CEO look stupefyingly unaware, despite that the first scenes prove her to be the perfectionist polar opposite.
The Westminster Government built its energy strategy around a new generation of nuclear reactors and now it looks as if the only plant to go ahead may be the stupefyingly expensive Hinkley Point project.
For certain, many views energy efficiency as a "stupefyingly bland" topic and had always been given disingenuous appraisal, albeit in reality it is as interesting as the next big trend - or even the forthcoming damn cool IT app - if consumers will only understand the cost savings that such lifestyle change in energy usage at homes and businesses could bring to consumers' pockets; as well as the social benefits tied to it in that noble goal of saving the environment.
In mid-June Lombardy's 56 square mile Lake Como was wonderfully warm, but not stupefyingly hot.
Sometimes, though, the kakistocrats and Bold Dreamers concoct plans so outrageously profligate and stupefyingly wrongheaded that obstruction becomes a bounden duty.
The new Foreign Secretary has also described Hillary Clinton as a "sadistic nurse in a mental hospital" and her rival for the US presidency Donald Trump as "stupefyingly ignorant".
And her ever"present, stupefyingly soppy "sober coach" Michael Cormier, who simpered: "I'm just trying to do the best I can to naturalise her day." Oh shut up.
But the greater truth is the reflection of the wishy-washy, politically correct, stupefyingly boring middle ground that British politics has become, forcing both Conservatives and Labour not to take an outright majority for granted.