He called the Republican candidates “the greatest competition of idiocy and ignorance that has ever been.”
The Daily Beast spoke with Kitsch about his exciting new role, the idiocy of gay-bashing, and much more.
The very wisest and most mature smart kids will ignore the idiocy of pop and youth culture.
Now, you're going to have to excuse the Royalist's idiocy, but I didn't even know there was a £100 banknote.
The present will dish up plenty of its own idiocy to hold our attention.
Woolridge's artist had a wild humor that gave the show away by exaggerating the innocence and idiocy of Woolridge's victims.
The late cultivation of idiocy by the American dude was unique.
Please dont remind me of my idiocy again until Ive had time to pull up a notch, begged Tremaine.
And this infernal thing of Grant's has been encouraging me in idiocy.
Take care you do not fall into that idiocy if you wish to remain among the number of the living.
idiocy id·i·o·cy (ĭd'ē-ə-sē)
The state or condition of being an idiot; profound mental retardation.