twonk

twonk

(British) a stupid or foolish person
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Italian lothario Gianlucca Vacci (no 34, $16,750), and twinkly-eyed YouTube twonk Logan Paul (no 33, $17,000) agree.
"The person who wrote the note is an inconsiderate and selfish twonk."
a) "The reflection of perfection" b) "The godfather of business" c) "The twonk with the stupid moustache"
Miliband is in the dictionary under 'twonk', Farage has a French surname so is clearly a sleeper agent of some kind.
When the big night comes, this twonk will be oblivious that the rest of the the staff are trying to get off with each other like it was the sixth form disco again!
Convinced that his father (Noah Taylor) is depressed and his mother (Sally Hawkins) is having an affair with her life coach (Paddy Considine), "a hippie-looking twonk", he embarks on a hilariously misguided campaign to bring the family back together.
I like to use words like protagonist and twonk. My ambitions are to find out why my father stays in bed all day, why my mother is taking surfing lessons from a hippy twonk, and to lose my virginity before it becomes legal.
"If you show anybody who used to be on TV in the 70s they're going to look like a twonk," reasoned DLT.
David Dickinson says only a "dipstick", "twonk" and almost certainly a "plonker" would fail to vote for Only Fools and Horses.
Road safety chiefs borrowed the word "twonk" from the television space comedy Red Dwarf in a bid to stop drivers speeding - but merely baffled the young motorists they aimed to reach.
Or meaningless, popularity-seeking witters of a bloke who is hellbent on winning back the favour of a generation of women who watched his relentless affairs and decided no amount of confession or absolution could detract from the fact he was a lying, cheating twonk.
a) "The reflection of perfection" b) "The godfather of business" c) "The twonk with the stupid moustache" SO that's almost it for 2015, the TV year that brought us tears in the Great British Bake Off tent, death on Corrie Live, the immortal line: "How's Adam?" on EastEnders Live and a stunt dog scandal at the Britain's Got Talent final.