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  • n. Eye dialect spelling of idiot.


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  • Again, LOL -- there are many more options than (a) Marty is not an academic lawyer, (b) Marty didn't understand that paragraph, or (c) I am an unemployed "idjit" simply muttering incoherently -- here's just one: Marty knew exactly who "they" but couldn't pass up the opportunity to feign shock and awe for the sake of that headline.


  • She pulled back the shower curtain, half expecting him to jump out with a war whoop, the idjit.


  • | Reply | Permalink you are so far behind the curve, fogu, you are now to the right of George Will. freakin idjit.

    Obama's Lead Goes Up In Today's National Polls

  • Why not instead headline the factual piece about Drudge's "influence" waning -- along with the fact that he never had ANY "influence" outside the far-right America-hating idjit-jerk?

    Pennsylvania GOP Ad Hits Obama Over Wright

  • When that brain-dead idjit just can't muster a "What is the Spanish Inquisition?"

    bluemeany Diary Entry

  • "Well then, let me ask you this: Why would an eternally mature — and therefore eternally wise — goddess want to talk to the likes of an immature idjit like me?"


  • "My! You'd think he's an idjit to hear him," says Sadler, and looked at Fu Shan, admiring.

    The Belted Seas

  • The idjit must er thought he was off the Bug Light, where the water's deep right up close in; but why should he a-thought so?

    Flint His Faults, His Friendships and His Fortunes

  • "I can't nohow account for it," he said; "that captain must be an escaped idjit to go on a lee-shore a night like this."

    Flint His Faults, His Friendships and His Fortunes

  • You let the cat properly out of the bag, you idjit! '

    Five Go Off To Camp


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