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Ingenuous Boy

thinks he's very clever
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Ingenuous boy wanders from disaster to disaster, generally making situations worse, due mainly to a typing error by the registrar when his name was listed.
neilp, Jan 16 2004

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       Does he point out things that they could have done differently to avoid or avert such a disaster, in that tone of voice smartarses tend to use for such a purpose?
Detly, Jan 16 2004
  

       Stuporduck?
Shz, Jan 16 2004
  

       "I told you so."
k_sra, Jan 16 2004
  

       See: Invader Zim.
Letsbuildafort, Jan 16 2004
  

       Maybe he should be "Disingenuous Boy."
Detly, Jan 16 2004
  

       I don't get it. I'm just being ingenuous.
k_sra, Jan 16 2004
  

       I don't get it either, but I'm fairly stingy when it comes to these things.
zen_tom, Sep 13 2005
  

       No idea. But funny.
wagster, Sep 13 2005
  

       "Ingenuous"...is that like...MORE than genuous or LESS than genuous? What does "genuous" mean, anyway? I think I am showing a distinct lack of credible seriousness about this matter.
Blisterbob, Sep 13 2005
  

       "THIS looks like a job for... someone who didn't lock their utility belt in the car again. Crap."
Detly, Sep 14 2005
  


 

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