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'It's not only that the other reindeer laugh and call me names. They also make disparaging remarks about my body image.'
"My stockbroker, my real estate broker and my power broker … all losers!"
"It's one thing for the National Commission to comment on the quality of teaching in our schools. It's another thing entirely for you to stand up and call Mr. Costello a yo-yo."
Tags:kid, kids, child, children, childhood, misbehave, misbehaving, time out, time-out, principal, principals, principals office, school, schools, primary school, elementary school, elementary schools, primary schools, name calling, education, educator, educators, teacher, teachers, headteacher, headteachers, headmaster, headmasters
"Marcy, you hurt Tommy's self esteem when you say there's a monster under your bed."
Tags:kid, kids, child, children, parent, parents, parenting, parenthood, mom, moms, mum, mums, mother, mothers, motherhood, family, families, sister, sisters, brother, brothers, sibling, siblings, sibling rivalry, insult, insults, insulting, monster, monsters, monster under the bed, name calling, hurtful, annoying, rude
"He called you a name but at least it wasn't a barnyard epithet."
"Dick, Dick, Dick, Dick - What am I going to do with you, Bob?"
'I prefer the term 'whistleblower' to tattletale.'
"Excuse me, do you have a minute for someone other than yourself you selfish bastard?"
Tags:activist, activists, solicitor, solicitors, solicitation, aggressive, pushy, hostile, assertive, name calling, bully, bullying, forceful, rude, selfish, selfishness, abrasive, bad marketing, bad strategy, forcing ideas onto others, information, information packet, spreading the word, guilt, guilts, guilting, guilt-inducing, insult, insults, insulting, intimidate, intimidates, intimidating, intimidation, canvasser, canvassers, canvassing, activist, activists, activism
Calling a spade a spade.
'This 'reclaiming' of pejorative terms has gone too far.'
One of those smart little cameras
Tags:technology, technologies, easy-to-use, simple, camera, cameras, photography, photograph, photographs, picture, pictures, rude, name calling, old technology, photographer, photographers, daguerreotype, daguerreotypes, digital, film, film camera, flash photography, dark room, calotype, calotypes, art, memory, memories
"Kids at school call us 'eight eyes'."
Tags:play on words, word play, word-play, redux, remix, invert, inverted, subvert, subverted, four eyes, glasses, spec, specs, kid, kids, mom, moms, mum, mums, mother, motherhood, mothers, parent, parents, parenting, bullying, child, bullies, bullied, tease, teasing, name calling, name-calling, mean, nasty, schadenfreude, two heads, two headed, missing the obvious, invert, inverted, classic
Jimmy says you're a poopyhead. Do you have a rebuttal?
"I said, 'Go East'; you went west...again! Why can't you listen? Don't be such a schlep! You big schmoe!"
"Who you callin' Big Ears, Long Nose!"
Tags:elephant, elephants, insult, insults, insulting, name-calling, name caller, name callers, rude name, rude names, self-esteem, self esteem, self-esteems, self esteems, self confidence, self-confidence, big nose, big ears, sensitive point, bully, bullies, bullying, sensitivity, ears, name calling
'Mommy, a boy in my class called you a name. What's a 'powerchick'?'
'I do not permit bullying or name calling in class. I will reprimand any student that calls your child a dummy.'
'Bottle nose! Bottle nose!'
'Let's hear you call me that in front of my brother!'
'What's the matter, wuss? Can't lift an object any more than just 20 times your own weight?'
"Well, I'm sorry, Wendell, I just assumed you knew you were a frill."
Tags:frill, unnecessary, unneeded, redundant, redundancy, unemployed, unemployment, fired, let go, laid off, extra, embellishment, employer, employers, employee, employees, manager, managers, business, businessmen, businessman, management, hierarchy, hiring manager, word play, name calling, rude, useless, unhelpful, office, offices
Coming Soon - Trump: The Video Game...Featuring War of the Insults.
Echo Point: No political name-calling.
"Let the name calling begin..."
"Now that I'm an old man I want people to stop calling me 'the old man.'"