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Jabberwock  Identity Verified
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English to Polish
Jan 29, 2005

I have used the new advanced search and not found any mention of it in the forums, so here it goes:

Maybe someone writes a plugin that adds it to the mailed payment requests? It perfectly describes some of the clients...

Your ruttish urchin-snouted fustilarian

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Will Matter  Identity Verified
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Thou goatish ill-breeding miscreant Jan 29, 2005

That's what I got, very, very funny! I'll use this if any varlets, ne'er do wells, cutpurses or brigands come my way.

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Kathinka van de Griendt  Identity Verified
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Thou beslubbering dizzy-eyed giglet! Jan 30, 2005

That sounds like me at my PC first thing in the morning! Thanks for a good giggle!!!

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Harry Bornemann  Identity Verified
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And it is JavaScript :-) Jan 30, 2005

To achieve the OIP (Optimal Insult Performance) you may choose from the source code:

artless, bawdy, beslubbering, bootless, churlish, clouted, cockered, craven, currish, dankish, dissembling, droning, errant, fawning, fobbing, frothy, froward, gleeking, goatish, gorbellied, impertinent, infectious, jarring, loggerheaded, lumpish, mammering, mangled, mewling, paunchy, pribbling, puking, puny, qualling, rank, reeky, roguish, ruttish, saucy, spleeny, spongy, surly, tottering, unmuzzled, vain, venomed, villainous, warped, wayward, weedy, yeasty

base-court, bat-fowling, beef-witted, beetle-headed, boil-brained, clapper-clawed, clay-brained, common-kissing, crook-pated, dismal-dreaming, dizzy-eyed, doghearted, dread-bolted, earth-vexing, elf-skinned, fat-kidneyed, fen-sucked, flap-mouthed, fly-bitten, folly-fallen, fool-born, full-gorged, guts-griping, half-faced, hasty-witted, hedge-born, hell-hated, idle-headed, ill-breeding, ill-nurtured, knotty-pated, milk-livered, motley-minded, onion-eyed, plume-plucked, pottle-deep, pox-marked, reeling-ripe, rough-hewn, rude-growing, rump-fed, shard-borne, sheep-biting, spur-galled, swag-bellied, tardy-gaited, tickle-brained, toad-spotted, urchin-snouted, weather-bitten

apple-john, baggage, barnacle, bladder, boar-pig, bugbear, bum-bailey, canker-blossom, clack-dish, clotpole, codpiece, coxcomb, death-token, dewberry, flap-dragon, flax-wench, flirt-gill, foot-licker, fustilarian, giglet, gudgeon, haggard, harpy, hedge-pig, horn-beast, hugger-mugger, joithead, lewdster, lout, maggot-pie, malt-worm, mammet, measle, minnow, miscreant, moldwarp, mumble-news, nut-hook, pigeon-egg, pignut, pumpion, puttock, ratsbane, scut, skainsmate, strumpet, varlet, vassal, wagtail, whey-face

Insult = "Thou " + phrase1 + phrase2 + phrase3 + "!"

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Dinny  Identity Verified
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How convenient! Jan 30, 2005

I just had this URGE to get insulted!!

(I hope nobody will EVER require that I do a software localization for that site!)

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Parrot  Identity Verified
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Pigeon-egg !!! Jan 31, 2005


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Harry Bornemann  Identity Verified
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Furry Log Feb 1, 2005

I think this Dilbert strip should be mentioned here..

[Edited at 2005-02-01 07:30]

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this is another funny one for insults Feb 2, 2005
it also leaves the person's name up on the web until someone else punches in a different name, so i think in a google search under the person's name for whatever amount of time this site will appear. funny stuff.

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