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"There's something that's really jarring with me, that we're watching Love Island morons banging on about moronic stuff, when actually we're trying to wage a campaign that will get 3.7 million pensioners their TV licence."
Cramlington United posted pictures of the damage on Facebook, saying: "Mindless, moronic, idiots!
'Still doesn't make your political rambling any less moronic. #BuildthatWall.'
"But we are still very hopeful of regenerating the whole building, despite the moronic behaviour of whoever did this.
"Someone knows who is responsible for this moronic act, I hope they do the right thing and report them.
THOSE Boro fans who booed Stewart Downing, when he came on as sub against Hull City, will be pleased to learn, that by carrying out this moronic action, they achieved a new high in footballing lows.
SLUM landlord Nicholas van Hoogstraten has branded neighbours "moronic peasants" for objecting to his PS41million palace.
Yes, we have a right to moronic design, and I will fight against any possible infringement upon that right, but that doesn't mean we can't put forth a bit of effort when it comes to common sense, particularly when it comes to individual safety.
It is one thing to do something really moronic and laugh about it with your really moronic buddies.
Our public's blind devotion to aristocratic privilege and an unelected Head of State is moronic and it is ironic that the excellent The White Queen, the dramatisation of the Wars of the Roses, should depict cousinly war, greed and lack of principle at the time when we now know, in advance, the three heads of state for the next century.
Our public's blind devotion to aristocratic privilege and an unelected head of state is moronic and it is ironic that The White Queen, the dramatisation of the Wars of the Roses, should depict cousinly war, greed and lack of principle at the time when we now know, in advance, the three heads of state for the next century.
MORONIC metal thieves risked their lives to steal PS15 of cable from a railway.