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  • n. Plural form of bubblehead.

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Examples

  • Daulerio's word is "bubbleheads" - who thought Tiger would love them forever and who are now clinging to his reflected fame (to be fair, the reflected-fame part may be true).

    Jezebel

  • I distinctly recall bubbleheads clamoring over Bill Clinton and Al Gore due to their supposed good looks back in the 1990's.

    JammieWearingFool

  • I mean, if you read a letter that was written by a businessman today to George Bush that had these kind of -- this kind of language -- you know, he was calling presidents "bubbleheads," basically, and "cowardly" and "spineless," and "You've got to leave the Philippines alone."

    Carnegie

  • A story in Bloomberg last week quoted Fridson saying that the "bubbleheads" weren't looking at the current state of the bond market but basing their views on a pessimistic outlook for the economy.

    Forbes.com: News

  • I will not insult women or submariners by making the obvious references to "bubbleheads" or

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  • The most confounding celebrities of the century -- my all time favorite bubbleheads -- the Kardashians -- who, by the way, were made supreme fun of the other day:

    Melissa Terzis: Missoni at Target: Sets off Worldwide Melee

  • The Times's Kate Muir reckons "culturally insensitive is an understatement when Blahniks meet burkhas", while Roger Ebert in the Chicago Sun-Times labels Carrie et al "flyweight bubbleheads" who "make my skin crawl".

    Post-credits scene: Sex and the City 2

  • NBC "Today Show" co-host Ann Curry got a taste of what female bubbleheads can expect aboard the USS Maryland.

    What will it be like for women on submarines?

  • And God bless the two bubbleheads played by Kirsten Dunst and Michelle Williams in this little-seen, very funny comedy that explains what "actually happened" during Watergate.

    Friday List: Movies that make me proud to be an American

  • Thank you, "The Hills," for depicting young women as such shallow, back-stabbing bubbleheads.

    'The Hills' heads for the hills

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