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Re: Thick as a . . .

Posted by Bruce Kahl on November 15, 2002

In Reply to: Thick as a . . . posted by Shae on November 15, 2002

: : : : : Can somebody help me with the word thick-head...

: : : : : Thanks in advance.

: : : : : Ex:
: : : : : if you're too thick-headed to understand that >>OR<< to grow your hair back, then I'm better off without you!

: : : : Thick-Headed = Stubborn

: : : Unless you're in the UK, where it means stupid.

: : It means stupid in the US as well. Mule-headed would be stubborn.

: Renowned worldwide for our subtlety and sensitivity, we Irish use 'Thick as a ditch' and 'Thick as two planks sideways' so as not to offend anyone.

Hmmmmmmmm.......I stand/sit corrected!
I checked m-w and thickheaded means lacking in intelligence, blockheaded, dense, doltish, dumb, hebetudinous,obtuse,stupid,thick-witted.
Hebetudinous?