Cloth Ears

What does Cloth Ears mean?

Cloth Ears
Someone who does not hear properly

Example

"Do I have shout for ya, Cloth Ears?"

Not usually used to describe somebody who is actually deaf, Cloth Ears is normally reserved as an insult when somebody does not hear something in conversation.

Credit: contributed by Anon on 7-Sep-2012.

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