Best childish insults?

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23/02/2005 at 14:54
I've seen two on here today that make me laugh:

"Spanner" (usually followed by sticking your tongue in your bottom lip type gesture

"I know you are, I said you are but what am I" real playground stuff that one

What insults do you remember and which do you still use now?

I'm guilty of "Joey" or "spazmo" from time to time


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23/02/2005 at 14:57
Go stick your head up a dead bears arse


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23/02/2005 at 14:57
retard
fag
faggot
fanny
jesey
bellend
gayboy
fucking nob
twat
geek

We were not old enough to know the word cunt still use most of them sometimes

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23/02/2005 at 14:58
Pillock

Knobber

Tosser

Pilchard

Tit

are a few of my less agressive insults!

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23/02/2005 at 14:59
the last remark usually shouted 'and you smell'.

i also quite spacca and the mong noise with tongue over front teeth

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23/02/2005 at 15:00
My Dad's bigger than your dad!!

So nerr!!

You're dirty and you're smelly and you can't afford a telly
23/02/2005 at 15:03
From the playground that was a student union bar, I always liked "The last time I saw an arse like that it had a jockey sitting on it" :burp:
23/02/2005 at 15:03
Bonners' brother had a good one "Gaylord", or if really childish "screaming gaylord"



I love the Joey one too, especially as it annoys the missus.

Also, mate of mine Steve has a good one that REALLY annoys Mrs Rainy.

Using thumb and index finger as a pretend mouth, say "neep neep neep" etc, quite slowly, and in the most sarcastic, patronisibng voice you can manage. Preferably whilst she's already nagging you for something.

Guaranteed to get you a good kicking off the mrs

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23/02/2005 at 15:05
It's never a bad time to use the word flid
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23/02/2005 at 15:06
Bent
23/02/2005 at 15:08
Gumby

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23/02/2005 at 15:09
XJRBOOT wrote
Gumby


What's that mean?


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23/02/2005 at 15:10
Tazzie wrote
What's that mean?


It's a Monty Python character - "my brain hurts!"
23/02/2005 at 15:10
whitebird wrote
It's never a bad time to use the word flid


The bestest word in the whole wide world.

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23/02/2005 at 15:11
I favour 'you smell of wee'



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23/02/2005 at 15:12
Child 1: You a bummer tied to a tree?
Child 2: No
Child 1 <running away, pointing>: BUMMER ON THE LOOSE, BUMMER ON THE LOOSE

No offence to bummers intended.
23/02/2005 at 15:15
Feeler - if someone would accidently brush up against you you'd say "Euurgh, you're a feeler, you Gaylord"
23/02/2005 at 15:15
pingu wrote
Child 1: You a bummer tied to a tree?
Child 2: No
Child 1 <running away, pointing>: BUMMER ON THE LOOSE, BUMMER ON THE LOOSE

No offence to bummers intended.


It were 'Are you a benny tied to a tree?' when I were a lad.

It's a classic.


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23/02/2005 at 15:23
Jimmy Hill - stroking chin...

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23/02/2005 at 15:36
Arthur B. Funky wrote
Bent



I haven't heard that one since the early eightie's!!!!excellant
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