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1cabeza de chorlito masculine, feminine informaldespistado masculinedespistada feminine
- Now the woman probably thinks I'm a complete ditz.
- I may sound like a ditz or a ten-year-old, but I don't care.
- She had been staking out the place and fooled him into thinking she was a ditz.
- It is unfortunate that you only lure dumbos and ditzes.
- Now I know how all the ditzes Donovan dates feel on a daily basis.
- I've never respected those ditzes who cried every time they broke up with their boyfriend, but now I'm becoming one of them too.
- Only complete ditzes would be without a care in my situation.
- I DJ for Jerry, so I occasionally bring in Natasha and her group of brainless ditzes.
- I say this because two common ditzes were standing next to their lockers gossiping.
- They are all ditzes and would cry if they broke a nail or had a bad hair day.
- ‘She's not a complete ditz, Emma,’ he said dryly.
- I don't know, why do you hang out with the brain and the ditz?
- ‘You're very perceptive for a ditz,’ Jenny said, looking at Shell.
- ‘Yeah, uh-huh,’ Sam replied distractedly, reading more of the ditz's file.
- But here, Walters is the stoic and Mirren is the ditz.
- ‘You're a ditz everyday,’ I joked as she got up slowly to get her guitar.
- For once, she didn't sound like a complete ditz.
- I'm cheerful and everyone says I'm a ditz, and a klutz.
- Then you'd be a complete ditz and you would cancel out all hopes of making it into a decent college.
- So, hopefully Tanya seems less of a ditz with this.