doofus doofus


  • (n) a stupid incompetent person



  1. In real life, or as real as a cartoon fantasy gets, Po is a clumsy doofus, for whom rising from a supine position can take all morning.
  2. He's a clumsy doofus for whom rising from a supine position can take all morning.
  3. I've been itching to chat with some American doofus, if he only had the nerve to drop by.


  • Awkward, This Is Not What Texts Look Like

    Last night's Awkward strained credulity on two fronts. One, there's just no way Jenna would cheat on Matty. (Who would cheat on that handsome doofus? No one.) But more egregiously, this is not what text messages look like.Come on, Awkward! You're on MTV! You're supposed to be hip and with ... More »
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Vulture


  1. "In most comedies, you'll end up playing a doofus -- rarely are the main characters smart," Scott told me in a recent @ The Movies interview.
    on Aug 5, 2005 By: Seann William Scott Source:

  2. Sharing some french bread pizza from Scranton, PA with reporters aboard his press plane, the Democratic VP nominee laughed off reports that Bush adviser Karl Rove called him a "big blowhard doofus" at the Republican National Convention today.
    on Sep 1, 2008 By: Karl Rove Source: FOXNews

  3. "Frankly, I hope that America is being defended by the best Navy men and women that the academy can get and not by some doofus that could catch a football," said Murray Sperber, a former English professor at Indiana University who has been an...
    on Dec 10, 2006 By: Murray Sperber Source: Baltimore Sun

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