thicko

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thicko

(ˈθɪkəʊ)
n, pl thickos or thickoes
slang Brit a slow-witted unintelligent person. Also: thickie or thicky
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It is revealed that 70 per cent of students who get less than DDD grades at A-level (or thickos, as we used to call them) emerge from uni three or four years later with either a first-class or upper-second degree.
A FEW weeks ago your frequent correspondent H Thomas complained that people who supported Remain regarded Leavers as "thickos".
Some of us thickos might even have believed Paddy Ashdown when he said; "...when the British people have spoken, you do what they command.
So how can this Remainer label them all thickos and fascists?
And he needs to talk about it in a way that even us thickos might understand.
They are all thickos, there is no other explanation for it.
As manufacturing has declined, we have become more reliant on innovation and if Britain is to punch its weight in the global market it needs to produce top-flight geeks, not just WAGs and Big Brother thickos.
This move should help stupid, sheep like thickos from buying stuff they don't need and can't afford.
Nutcase mum Julia Coull is a perfect example of how thickos are churning out dysfunctional kids.
But it surely does not require pounds 10 million to put some oomph and industry back into these thickos. All most of them need is a good kick up the backside.
All clubs, including Boro have a knuckle scraping minority, people whose lives are so mediocre, unfulfilled and sad that they feel the need to be part of a group of like-minded thickos"
The others had to face the enormous ignominy of failing the 11+ and a school life where you were destined in a small town to be labelled by uniform as one of the thickos.