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Stupid People

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Hot English does not recommend using any of these expressions. However, they are useful to understand as they are used fairly commonly in a colloquial context.

This is another part in our mini-series on colloquial ways of referring to someone who is somewhat “lacking in intelligence” (i.e. “stupid”). This month’s examples have comparative forms. There are two types:

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