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And we can have a dicussion about it, rather than resort to calling each other "chowderheads"
"Basil Rathbone must be having a party." Arbogast 2009
I'm always looking for a good chowder recipe for the "chowderheads" at my house.
Zarne That's Good Chowder! Brilynn 2007
If they had broadcast the feet that their topic was psychical research, who knows what kind of chowderheads and dabblers might have begged for admittance?
Incubus Arensberg, Ann, 1937- 1999
What the heck is up with these pretentious chowderheads trying to ruin things for everybody else?
Also buggering the blues, as well as pillaging rock, and producing a predictable bombastic racket (this isn't about the individual talents, incidentally; it's about marketing as accomplished by the chowderheads of the music industry.)
It might generate a much shorter list to ask, putting aside the timeframes which environmentalists generally did get wrong (and which Bailey is still harping upon, to less and less avail, except to the chowderheads in Congress), which of their predictions are NOT likely to come true.
One outspoken Yorkville viewer quipped, "We need more like this to put more light on our psychopathic bigots and chowderheads."
The GOP candidates are practically begging to be exposed as the chowderheads they are on security/FP – they are trying to out-chowderhead each other.
Although updated for today, there is just something so "Fast Times" about these three chowderheads.
It's the fringe-political equivalent of the chowderheads who stand behind reporters and jump up-and-down, just to be on TV, no matter how ridiculous they look.