People use the word “stupid” to describe an action or a person that they do not like. I think that it is a stupid word to use unless it is first defined.
Dictionaries will often define stupid as a lack of intelligence. It is impossible to judge the intelligence of a person or their actions until you at least define the context you are referring to.
It is quite possible to be intelligent and stupid at the same time. In some subjects, such as arithmetic, geometry, and video games, I could be called intelligent because I can quickly understand the connections of all objects that I can see with my eyes.
At the same time, I can easily be called stupid when it comes to understanding the emotions of other people. I cannot read body language nor facual expressions. Some things can not be explained with numbers or words. For this reason, I need people to explain things more clearly than they often do.
When I ask people questions, they think that I am stupid. What difference does it make if I am stupid? My stupidity does not prevent me from doing what I want to do. Stupidity is a completely subjective opinion that is irrelevant to me because I do not allow people to label me.