môr'-on (noun), from the Greek Morón<--Moró s (foolish/dull)
a person who is notably stupid or lacking in the intelligence and judgement areas.

psychological def: a borderline intelligence in a former classification of mental retardation. I.Q. between 50 and 69.

"Oh my god. You ARE a complete moron!" she exclaimed incredelously.

"For the love of-"

Welcome to this persons crazy ride! Destination: Moronville! Please keep your hands and feet inside the carrage at all times!

No really. You might want to.

This morning, another one of my dear friends took a stab at my intelligence. I know for a fact that I'm not stupid. I definitely have a smart brain, whether I choose to utilise it is questionable. Although it probably accounts for why I remember anime character names better than quadratic equations, the fact remains that I am not stupid.


(enter two girls walking in the sun, desperate to finally hit the air-condidtioned sanctuary of home)

Girl 1: Damn. It's so hot. I can't wait to get home.
Girl 2: I know, right? I wish that somehow, a freak incident of water would fall from the sky and hit us.


Girl 1: .... You mean you wish it would rain?
Girl 2: ...
Girl 1: ... You really are a moron, aren't-
Girl 1: sigh

(end scene.)


... I am in fact, girl number 2, very imaginative, and come up with innovative ideas. It's not my fault when someone else has already thought of it. GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE!

I'm going places. I'm going to college, to drink beer be a connoisseur of my generation. I'm going to try weed new ways of teaching and learning. I'm going to get money from my retired parents job. And most of all, I will steal old forgotten ideas invent new ideas and pass them off as my own.

Which comes back to today. I am very smrt, I promise.

Mo"ron (?), n. (Pedagogy)

A person whose intellectual development proceeds normally up to about the eighth year of age and is then arrested so that there is little or no further development.


© Webster 1913.

Mo*ron" (?), n.; Sp. pl. Morones (#). [Sp.]

An inferior olive size having a woody pulp and a large clingstone pit, growing in the mountainous and high-valley districts around the city of Moron, in Spain.


© Webster 1913.

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