A: How about my new hairstyle?
B: It is way out. I think the old hairstyle could make you better.
A: You'er stick-in-the-mud.
E.g. That type of dress is way out.
E.g. The collar bends back is way out.
E.g. His clothes is way out since his marriage.
stick-in-the-mud：adj. 保守的，遲鈍的 n. 守舊者，思想保守的人
E.g. Uncle George is a real stick-in-the-mud. He made a rule that every child be home by 10 o'clock every day.
E.g. Mr Johnes is an old stick-in-the-mud: you'll never persuade him to change at all.
E.g. Don't be a stick-in-the-mud. Others are all dressed like this, why can't you?
E.g. You may regard my husband as a stick-in-the-mud, But on my part I like his personality of that kind.
E.g. How about a cup of coffee at a nearby coffee shop?
E.g. How about meeting each other half-way with the price gap?
E.g. If you feel like it, how about joining me for a late supper?
E.g. I'll take it. But the price is a bit high. How about free wrapping?