Funny Insults

Funny Insults

121. Geek Burger

Two Words: Full House. See also 90's, Sitcom.

Added by pumpkinspicelatte on September 29, 2014| 4 Comments | You Like This |

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122. Upstart

Describes someone who has quickly risen to a higher social class, and thus behaves pompously.

"You swine!"
"Come again?"
"You worm!"
"Once more."
"You upstart!"
"That's it!"

See also Old-Timey.

Added by Joe on September 27, 2014| Comment | You Like This |

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123. Banter Sponge

Someone who takes away all banter from the immediate vicinity; not to be seen as a compliment, as most of you sponges seem to take it.

Added by a Guest on September 16, 2014| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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124. Russian Doll

Are you a Russian doll?
Because you're full of yourself. See also Russian.

Added by a Guest on September 14, 2014| Comment | You Like This |

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125. Meretricious

Real word that Merriam-Webster defines as "attractive in a cheap or false way" and "of or relating to a prostitute".

Added by JustMouse on September 11, 2014| Comment | You Like This |

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126. A Face like a Bulldog Chewing a Wasp

See also Dogs.

Added by Yvonne on August 23, 2014| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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127. Schlumpadinka

Oprah Winfrey coined this word meaning a person who does not care about themselves, e.g. wears the same pair of jeans with holes for a month, never brushes hair, etc. See also Lazy.

Added by a Guest on June 23, 2014| Comment | You Like This |

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128. Yo Mama and a Burger Are Like Uranium 235 and Uranium 238

Uranium 235 and Uranium 238 are almost inseparable isotopes. See also Science.

Added by a Guest on April 29, 2014| 7 Comments | You Like This |

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129. Mumpsimus

A person who continues to misspeak, even after being corrected. Read more about the interesting origins of the word.

Added by a Guest on April 11, 2014| 4 Comments | You Like This |

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130. Limp-Noodle

"Say that to my face, you limp-noodle!" from Disney's Mulan.

Added by a Guest on March 24, 2014| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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