The term 'Bezler' was originally coined by East Anglian philosopher Tom Payani in the early 21st century. Since its inception,, its usage has spread globally, even as far a field as the USA and Australasia. Calling someone a 'Bezler' is a friendly substitute for the term idiot. It is by no means an insult, but rather a mischievous term to explain someone's ignorance or stupidity.
Oi, you bezler, don't clean your teeth with that bleach.
by Tom Payani October 21, 2007