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- adj. Inclined to blunder.
Sure, Bush will slip out of range for a few years until he's brought up on criminal charges, but until then let's just be thankful that we have a blunderful yet capable politician in Joseph Biden.
But this blunderful philosophy of his is not exclusive to his Iraq policy.
So he's really been behind the organization of the entire wedding, which some people have said has been blunderful and others are saying it should have been done better.
This blunderful letter was published in Germany in the _Zeitschrift fuer
Schmidt shares the ticket with blunderful Republican stegosaurus Joe Duda; Singer's yoked with Democratic cipher Anthony Clark.
Dallas defensive lineman Leon Lett adding to his blunderful reputation by sliding across ice and snow to bring alive a dead ball, setting up Miami for the winning kick as time ran out.
“It’s a blunderful life” for everyone’s favorite big-chinned Chosen One and this year he’s going to face something tougher than Deadite Santas and zombie elves.
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