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The word "goof"

Why do people use the word so often? Why can't they use stupid, inept, incompetent etc. Why do people need to use that word?

by Anonymousreply 1603/27/2013

Because, sometimes, it just fits.

by Anonymousreply 103/26/2013

Because it's nineteen fifty five, OP.

by Anonymousreply 203/26/2013

Again!? You're a freak

by Anonymousreply 303/26/2013

Howard Stern uses this word alot.

by Anonymousreply 403/26/2013

OP, ENOUGH.

by Anonymousreply 503/26/2013

OP must be high on goofballs.

by Anonymousreply 603/26/2013

My 80-yr. old dad uses it to describe anyone who didn't: serve in the armed forces; marry and have several children with someone of the opposite sex, and stay marred until death; stick with and retire from the same job after many years; vote Republican.

Goof, goofball, goofy.

by Anonymousreply 703/26/2013

t a goof is a child molester in prison that likes young boys. they must be kept in protective custody. quite often murdered or beaten into comas.

by Anonymousreply 803/27/2013

OP is goofy

by Anonymousreply 903/27/2013

r4 beat me to it. I was going to say that outside of the Brady BUnch I hear no one use this word except Howard, and that was years ago. I guess he still does.

by Anonymousreply 1003/27/2013

I think they used "groovy" on the Brady Bunch, not "goof".

by Anonymousreply 1103/27/2013

Oh they did use groovy r11 but I remember Greg calling his brothers goofy and goofballs. They stole the goat as a goof, Pete's sure acting goofy, etc.

by Anonymousreply 1203/27/2013

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by Anonymousreply 1303/27/2013

Aww, r13, Bugs always makes me miss Palm Springs.

by Anonymousreply 1403/27/2013

a goof is a child molester in prison that likes young boys. they must be kept in protective custody. quite often murdered or beaten into comas.

by Anonymousreply 1503/27/2013

Thanks #15. Now I know why my dad always referred to homosexuals (including me) as "goofs".

by Anonymousreply 1603/27/2013
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