Insults & Comebacks

Insults & Comebacks

The 'Lines For All Occasions' series provides a superb collection of these much needed phrases for all manner of breakup, rejection, excuse, lie, come-on, or insult situations - ranging from the diplomatic to the downright bridge burning.

The giant book of insults

comprising 2000 insults for all occasions and 2000 more insults

The giant book of insults

Quips, caustic remarks, put-downs, and comebacks are aimed at such targets as chatterboxes, egotists, entertainers, fair-weather friends, husbands, liars, show-offs, and tightwads

Rude Insults Every Man Should Know

Effronteries, Comebacks, Offensive Lines For All Occasions (Perfect Gag Gift For Adults)

Rude Insults Every Man Should Know

Guess what an elevator can do that you guys can't? Raise a family. You need to know a few insults. Sometimes, the best response is a quick retort that should leave your listener speechless. You should be able to say, "Your Mama is so bald, you can read her mind" and end the conversation right there. This book is packed with lots of insults that are suitable for different occasions. Advantages of knowing more insults: Weighs heavier than a punch Might be useful as a president Helps in discovering true friends Great exercise for the mouth The smart people will probably click "Buy Now" and start reading. There, did I insult you? Hope I didn't. Jason S. Jones.

Relentless Pursuit

God's Love of Outsiders Including the Outsider in All of Us

Relentless Pursuit

Bestselling Author Reveals God's Heart for Outsiders Everyone feels like an outsider sometimes. Acclaimed bestselling author Ken Gire lets readers know that they are not alone. He brings them directly into the action of Scripture, telling the stories of foreigners, lepers, prostitutes, and other "outcasts" who found acceptance with God. Alongside the Bible stories, he blends contemporary examples and spiritual insights to paint a picture of a God who relentlessly pursues each of us. Discussion questions are included for individual or small group use.

Pickups and Come-Ons

Lines for All Occasions

Pickups and Come-Ons

The 'Lines For All Occasions' series provides a superb collection of these much needed phrases for all manner of breakup, rejection, excuse, lie, come-on, or insult situations - ranging from the diplomatic to the downright bridge burning.

Yo' Mama Is So...

892 Insults, Comebacks, Putdowns, and Wisecracks About Yo' Whole Family!

Yo' Mama Is So...

It's everyone's favorite form of insult comedy (as seen on MTV!)—hundreds of crushingly funny one-liners about "yo' mama"—and all yo' other relatives—sure to shut people’s mouths or make them howl with laughter. Yo' mama is so fat, when her beeper goes off, people think she’s backing up. Yo' mama is so old that when she was young, rainbows were black and white. Yo' mama is so fat, she eats Wheat Thicks. Yo' mama is so dumb that when she saw a sign that said, "Airport Left," she turned around and went home. Yo' mama's so short you can see her feet on her driver’s license. So dumb, so fat, so ugly, and so old have never been SO FUNNY, thanks to this exhaustive and inventive assortment of laugh-out-loud one-line jokes sure to cause a sensation. Hundreds of quotable and easy-to-remember quips have been gathered here by a comedy master, and the result is a relentless collection of wholesome, all-in-good-fun nastiness for every occasion. Divided into handy categories (in case you happen to need a boatload of fat jokes, skinny jokes, or whatever) Yo' Mama Is So... is an essential addition to the humor shelf of any self-respecting smart aleck. Hey...what did you call my mama??!!

The Ultimate Insult Generator

Over 68 Million Fantastically Funny Insults

The Ultimate Insult Generator

This fabulously fun flipbook allows you to generate 60 million brilliantly beastly insults for all occasions. Wacky, zany, and sometimes plain silly, this book will ensure you'll always have the last word, not to mention the last laugh!Hilarious heckles for silencing sassy siblings Teasing taunts to make best friends snigger Madcap comebacks to confuse mum and dad Playful put-downs for frenemies and enemies

The Snark Handbook: Insult Edition

Comebacks, Taunts, and Effronteries

The Snark Handbook: Insult Edition

The bestselling book on the art of the insult is back and it’s more blasphemous than ever. Author and snark connoisseur Lawrence Dorfman does his absolute worst, dishing out hundreds of clever insults for all situations and occasions. From careful instructions on how and when to throw a verbal punch to an expertly curated collection of the best insults in history, this uproarious little book has everything you need to become the ultimate slanderer. Every page is packed with delightfully mean one-liners for swiftly scorning your foes: “You’re not yourself today. I noticed the improvement immediately.” “You started at the bottom, and it’s been downhill ever since.” “His men would follow him anywhere but it was only out of morbid curiosity.” “Perhaps your whole purpose in life is simply to serve as a warning to others.” “You fill a much-needed gap.” Complete with charming black and white drawings that complement the book’s verbal spars, The Snark Handbook: Insult Edition proves that the pen truly is mightier than the sword, and will ensure you’re never again without the perfect quip or comeback.

A Slap in the Face

Why Insults Hurt - and Why They Shouldn't

A Slap in the Face

Insults are part of the fabric of daily life. But why do we insult each other? Why do insults cause us such pain? Can we do anything to prevent or lessen this pain? Most importantly, how can we overcome our inclination to insult others? In A Slap in the Face, William Irvine undertakes a wide-ranging investigation of insults, their history, the role they play in social relationships, and the science behind them. He examines not just memorable zingers, such as Elizabeth Bowen's description of Aldous Huxley as "The stupid person's idea of a clever person," but subtle insults as well, such as when someone insults us by reporting the insulting things others have said about us: "I never read bad reviews about myself," wrote entertainer Oscar Levant, "because my best friends invariably tell me about them." Irvine also considers the role insults play in our society: they can be used to cement relations, as when a woman playfully teases her husband, or to enforce a social hierarchy, as when a boss publicly berates an employee. He goes on to investigate the many ways society has tried to deal with insults-by adopting codes of politeness, for example, and outlawing hate speech-but concludes that the best way to deal with insults is to immunize ourselves against them: We need to transform ourselves in the manner recommended by Stoic philosophers. We should, more precisely, become insult pacifists, trying hard not to insult others and laughing off their attempts to insult us. A rousing follow-up to A Guide to the Good Life, A Slap in the Face will interest anyone who's ever delivered an insult or felt the sting of one--in other words, everyone.