- n. Plural form of ditz.
“If you can't use a handheld, some of the ditzes who are currently screwing up traffic while on their cellphones won't use them at all -- and that's a good thing.”
“Which makes our question all the more perplexing: If spending time under a hair-drier is good for the brain, why are we so quick to assume that Daphnes are ditzes?”
“Comparing the NS to Palin is grossly unjust; the NS leadership were intelligent and reasonable men, not a bunch of addle-brained war-mongering ditzes.”
“They lack style so as to be unattractive, as if popped from a lab of tanning bed ditzes i.e.”
“Along with moderator Claire Matturo, these ladies came to the conclusion that the protags in chick lit have evolved from bubble-headed, fashion-obsessed ditzes to smart women who have senses of humor and can do more than worry about love.”
“Cultural news focuses on underwear-less ditzes made famous by bootleg sex tapes.”
“If you looked like a goddess but swore like a trucker, you could play ditzes in screwball comedies, like Carole Lombard.”
“Not that it would matter because one of the ditzes thought this insanely stupid thing up to begin with.”
“I don't know why you keep those two ditzes around.”
“There were those who strongly objected to their tribe being depicted as ditzes indulging in cruel fun 'n' games during a booze-fueled birthday bash in Greenwich Village, and there were those who looked around and saw it was the only play giving gays a place in the public sun.”
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