“OK, I feel like a doofus, but I cried through like half of that thing,” she admitted.
To this point, the Delaware doofus always seemed cloaked in an invincible air of likeability.
I hope that its success encourages others to look beyond the tired “doofus dad” tropes.
student slang, "dolt, idiot, nerd," by 1960s. "Dictionary of American Slang" says "probably related to doo-doo and goofus."
: Many another dufus play among friends
A fool; idiot; airhead, birdbrain, boob: He'll do his best to make you feel like a doofus/ But this is the doofus you have to deal with, so hush up/ I have to be in front of this self-important doofis with his portable phone/ I felt like such a dufus/ when some big, loud, popcorn-chuggin' doof and his date sit in front of me
[1960s+; probably related to doo-doo and goofus]