More than a jerk.

You are more jerkier than I am.

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  • jerky — jerky1 jerkily, adv. jerkiness, n. /jerr kee/, adj., jerkier, jerkiest. 1. characterized by jerks or sudden starts; spasmodic. 2. Slang. silly; foolish; stupid; ridiculous. [1855 60; JERK1 + Y1] …   Universalium

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