thicko

Related to thicko: moronic

thicko

(ˈθɪkəʊ)
n, pl thickos or thickoes
slang Brit a slow-witted unintelligent person. Also: thickie or thicky
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These superior beings have decided that what us thicko plebs really meant in voting leave was a closer allignment with the EU and not a clean break after all!
Then the thicko parents will blame the teachers when the kids are running wild, and next thing they'll be at the doctors asking for ritalin because they can't control them.
If you voted to leave you're called a racist, a bigot, a fascist, a Little Englander, a selfish wrinklie or a thicko.
The thicko examiner must think they're different people.
I won't bother repeating the question here, partly because I risk looking like even more of a thicko. And partly because when I looked at all the numbers they just made me go cross-eyed and break out into a cold sweat.
England talisman David - still in the dock with many for his thicko sending-off against Argentina in the previous World Cup - got them to Japan and South Korea with one dazzling strike.
"No it's a bleeding number," she pointed out, adding: "Thicko!" It's a mouthful, but the name will undoubtedly be shortened by classmates.
Now perhaps I'm a bit of a thicko when it comes to being cost effective and balancing the books, but I simply can't understand why the cost of electricity is going through the roof if the company is already making huge profits.
A woman with no qualifications who has never done a day's work says she feels "like a thicko" after being refused a place on a training course.
How they manage to reconcile those two things is beyond me but, let's face it, I am simply a thicko who voted 'Leave' without knowing what I was voting for, am I not?
And to add insult to injury, Pandev's agent Leonardo Corsi then braned Lotito a thicko.