france-eesti wrote:a blond bimbo girl
tiuwiu wrote:The blonde bimbo girl
france-eesti wrote:a tall, blonde bimbo teenager
france-eesti wrote:Harry and Ron didn't believe their eyes when they saw the Ravenclaw Prefect in the right aisle of the dungeons - this part of the castle is usually occupied only by Gryffindors who go there to practice the Summoning Charm in secret, in with the clear purpose of not being laughed at by Slytherins.
tiuwiu wrote:The tourist doesn't notice the look of disdain on a waiter's face when he paid the bill without leaving a tip.
tiuwiu wrote:My colleague always eats a toast with cheese and jam for breakfast.
france-eesti wrote:The traffic jam has been horrible, a truck crashed in into a car that crashed in into another car just because a motorbike rider wanted to lead way to a blond bimbo girl on her bike!
1) "Bimbo" is normally used as a full noun, rather than as a modifier. So you'd say "a blond(e) bimbo" and not "a blond(e) bimbo girl"; "a tall, blonde, teenage bimbo" and not "a tall, blonde bimbo teenager".
2) "Bimbo" is an insult, so it sounds very blunt (to say the least; closer to "judgy" or "aggressive") to use it as if it were an ordinary noun, like "woman" or "teenager". Of course, that could be what you're going for (?) Just thought it was worth pointing out.
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