There’s Nothing Like a Good British Insult

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Being American, Twitter user Rob Delaney wanted to explore the differences in the English language. He asked his followers to present him with the best British insults that people use and that made a very funny thread…

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

British insult is the best kind of insult.

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  1. around here we insult people with “You Englishman!”.

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  2. @Effendi
    I would take that to be a compliment.

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  3. How about Throm, short for thrombosis – A slow moving clot.

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  4. “There’s nothing wrong with you that an expensive operation can’t prolong.”

  5. Monty...again March 30, 2022

    “I fart in your general direction. Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries.”

  6. ‘Yir maw punts cooncil’

  7. Alene Fisher April 1, 2022

    I like “COW” for any disliked female and “tips up” for things going wrong.

  8. Annnoyamouse April 2, 2022

    Its crackers to slip a rouser the dropski in Snide.

  9. I think you’ll find it’s not “tips up” but “tits up” as in landing on your back and the appropriate protrusions facing upwards.

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