from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A person of a perverse understanding or obstinate character.
- adj. Wrongheaded.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as wrongheaded.
- n. A wrongheaded person.
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See also: John Green on times he was being a wronghead about certain books.
As despotliz says:I think Buffy and Angel had a tendency to change the rules - first all demons were evil and soulless and irredeemable and therefore allowed to be killed, then they started getting demons like Clem, and Anya, and Doyle, and it never really got resolved as to whether you have good demons with souls and bad demons without them and what on earth happens with half-demons and ex-demons, and then you stuck in Spike with his chip and muddied the waters further. coalescent says move along, nothing to see here but as usual he is being a wronghead.