Phrasebook sentences (adjectives), you include your accepted phrase!Era tan estúpido que se encerró en un supermercado y se murió de hambre.
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Expression of the day:
Era tan estúpido que se encerró en un supermercado y se murió de hambre.
He was so stupid that...
The only one I can think of is "Dumb as a doorknob" and I'm not sure how common it is.
Era tan estúpido que la talla de sus zapatos era más alta que su coeficiente de inteligencia.
He/She was so stupid that his/her shoe size was higher than his/her IQ.
As always: Please correct the Spanish.
He is a sandwich short of a picnic.
She is a slice short of a sandwich.
"Dumb as a box of rocks"
Tan estúpido como una caja de rocas
Tan mudo como un bolso de martillos. As dumb as a bag of hammers
He's not the brightest crayon in the box.
"No hay opiniones estupidas.... sino estupidos que opinan."
"There are no stupid opinions. Only stupid people with opinions."
As thick as two short planks.
If you were any slower, you'd be going backwards.
Thick as a pit prop.
Thick as pig poo. (Poo isn't the word that is actually used, but I'm not allowed to put swear words on here....)
Más bruto/a que un ladrillo.
Dumb as a brick.
As stupid as a sloth...
As stupid as a log...
As stupid as a post...
Todos sus estupidos
Lo que se siembra se cosecha.
Jen, recordar, Lo que se siembra se cosecha.