Funny Insults

Funny Insults

51. Milquetoast

A more elegant way to describe someone as a sissy.

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52. Snollygoster

A person who can't be trusted. See also Old-Timey.

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53. Slangwhanger

A loud abusive speaker or obnoxious writer. See also Old-Timey.

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54. Scollywop

Akin to a slag, skeezer, or skank. See also British.

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55. Pusillanimous

Timid; lacking in courage or resolution.

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56. Office Hands

Someone who has soft hands from doing office work and little or no hard labor. See also Office.

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57. Popinjay

A person given to vain, pretentious displays and empty chatter; a coxcomb or fop. See also Arrogant.

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58. Guttersnipe

A child of the slums who spends most of his or her time in the streets: contemptuous term applied to anyone regarded as having the manners, morals, etc. of the gutter.

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59. Schlemiel

Of Yiddish origin. An unlucky bumbler, a chump. Can be heard in the theme song from Laverne & Shirley show. See also Jewish, Television.

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60. Schnook

A stupid or easily victimized person; a dupe. Probably Yiddish origin. See also Jewish, Old-Timey.

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