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Insulting English

At last, a compendium of ingeniously insulting words for every occasion.

For anyone who’s been stymied by the level of sloth, bad looks and low intelligence of his fellow man (and woman), help is on the way. You can’t change the tiresome creatures around you, but now you can describe them behind their backs with pleasing specificity.

Yes, Insulting English is a user’s guide
At last, a compendium of ingeniously insulting words for every occasion.

For anyone who’s been stymied by the level of sloth, bad looks and low intelligence of his fellow man (and woman), help is on the way. You can’t change the tiresome creatures around you, but now you can describe them behind their backs with pleasing specificity.

Yes, Insulting English is a user’s guide to little-known and much-needed words that include:

Gubbertush: Buck-toothed person
Hogminny: A depraved young woman
Nihilarian: Person with a meaningless job
Pursy: Fat and short of breath
Scombroid: Resembling a mackerel
Tumbrel: A person who is drunk to the point of vomiting

These and many other gems from our colorful mother tongue are collected on these pages. Now every gink, knipperdollin, and grizely dunderwhelp can be called by his rightful name.


Author: Peter Novobatzky, Ammon Shea
Pages: 176 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 24.26 Mb



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