My Take-Word if the Day-Daft

I knew this word, but never used it like they do in England. I guess daft is uncommon here in the USA, however, the world is full of daft people. Collins dictionary defines daft as: “If you describe a person or their behaviour as daft, you think that they are stupid, impractical, or rather strange. [British, informal]

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Silliness personified as

Dumb as a box of rocks
A comedian
Fruity as a nut-cake
Tragically ridiculous

Name calling and labels can be very painful. I tried to give it a lighter touch.

~RuthScribbles

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