Goofy [adjective]

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Bakers delighted in their imperfect creations, sharing photos of their goofy, cartoonish bakes — along with some badly needed joy.

Billingsley played the adorable, doe-eyed 9-year old Ralphie Parker in the holiday movie A Christmas Story—the goofy, sometimes hilarious 1983 classic that has become one of the best known, and most beloved, Christmas films ever.

We’re very goofy off the court, but on the court, it’s business once that game starts.

He was so goofy and fun as Starlord in Guardians of the Galaxy!

We found a wide variety of mugs that range from tasteful and elegant to goofy and fun—we guarantee there’s a mug here for someone you know.

Readers will find themselves good-naturedly rolling their eyes at some of the goofy footnotes and nerdy pop-culture references.

If I keep doing all these goofy things for you, Ill never make commander.

The fact of the matter was that I had about reached the stage where I was prepared to try anything once, however goofy.

They looked so midwestern and goofy, and he gave them his wolfy smile—hello, little piggies, here to blow your house down.

I thought to myself that anybody doing this kind of work was a little bit goofy to begin with.