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Definition of heirhead



  • A vacuous twit whose life experience resulted in no intellectual growth whatsoever; whose self-image was formed by sycophants and servants; whose accomplishments were achieved solely by the labors of others; whose wealth was "won" by the blind luck of one sperm accidentally finding a soft-shelled ovum.

    "Dubya is the poster-boy for heirheads, owing his position to fraud, widespread cheating, destroyed court records, and investors knowing how to profit from misery and death."

    Last edited on Dec 16 2015. Submitted by TahitiNut on Dec 16 2015.

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