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Love it. My kids are young, but they call each other "bad word". They don't know what a bad word is, but they have heard the phrase. It took me a little while to figure it out... I'm sure you can hear the conversation...

 

DD: Mom, brother called me a bad word.

Mom: He did? What did he call you?

DD: He called me a bad word!

Mom: Yes, what did he say?

DD:(frustrated) He said I was a bad word!!!

Mom: ..(still confused until I heard him actually say it)

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Love it. My kids are young, but they call each other "bad word". They don't know what a bad word is, but they have heard the phrase. It took me a little while to figure it out... I'm sure you can hear the conversation...

 

DD: Mom, brother called me a bad word.

Mom: He did? What did he call you?

DD: He called me a bad word!

Mom: Yes, what did he say?

DD:(frustrated) He said I was a bad word!!!

Mom: ..(still confused until I heard him actually say it)

 

:lol::lol:

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Love it. My kids are young, but they call each other "bad word". They don't know what a bad word is, but they have heard the phrase. It took me a little while to figure it out... I'm sure you can hear the conversation...

 

DD: Mom, brother called me a bad word.

Mom: He did? What did he call you?

DD: He called me a bad word!

Mom: Yes, what did he say?

DD:(frustrated) He said I was a bad word!!!

Mom: ..(still confused until I heard him actually say it)

 

Love this! :lol:

 

If only Abbott & Costello had done this. It may be funnier than Who's on First!

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I love it!

 

The "insult game" was very popular with us growing up. Bonus points were had for using one the others had never heard before.

 

My mom had a strict no swearing or swear word substitutes in the house rule so we had to break out the thesaurus and dictionary quite frequently to come up with good insults.

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Love it. My kids are young, but they call each other "bad word". They don't know what a bad word is, but they have heard the phrase. It took me a little while to figure it out... I'm sure you can hear the conversation...

 

DD: Mom, brother called me a bad word.

Mom: He did? What did he call you?

DD: He called me a bad word!

Mom: Yes, what did he say?

DD:(frustrated) He said I was a bad word!!!

Mom: ..(still confused until I heard him actually say it)

 

That is classic :lol:

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Or how about these? I just have a feeling they'll be enjoyed in this forum:D

 

SHAKESPEAREAN INSULT LIST

Combine one word from each of the three columns below, prefaced with "Thou":

 

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3

 

artless base-court apple-john

bawdy bat-fowling baggage

beslubbering beef-witted barnacle

bootless beetle-headed bladder

churlish boil-brained boar-pig

cockered clapper-clawed bugbear

clouted clay-brained bum-bailey

craven common-kissing canker-blossom

currish crook-pated clack-dish

dankish dismal-dreaming clotpole

dissembling dizzy-eyed coxcomb

droning doghearted codpiece

errant dread-bolted death-token

fawning earth-vexing dewberry

fobbing elf-skinned flap-dragon

froward fat-kidneyed flax-wench

frothy fen-sucked flirt-gill

gleeking flap-mouthed foot-licker

goatish fly-bitten fustilarian

gorbellied folly-fallen giglet

impertinent fool-born gudgeon

infectious full-gorged haggard

jarring guts-griping harpy

loggerheaded half-faced hedge-pig

lumpish hasty-witted horn-beast

mammering hedge-born hugger-mugger

mangled hell-hated joithead

mewling idle-headed lewdster

paunchy ill-breeding lout

pribbling ill-nurtured maggot-pie

puking knotty-pated malt-worm

puny milk-livered mammet

qualling motley-minded measle

rank onion-eyed minnow

reeky plume-plucked miscreant

roguish pottle-deep moldwarp

ruttish pox-marked mumble-news

saucy reeling-ripe nut-hook

spleeny rough-hewn pigeon-egg

spongy rude-growing pignut

surly rump-fed puttock

tottering shard-borne pumpion

unmuzzled sheep-biting ratsbane

vain spur-galled scut

venomed swag-bellied skainsmate

villainous tardy-gaited strumpet

warped tickle-brained varlot

wayward toad-spotted vassal

weedy unchin-snouted whey-face

yeasty weather-bitten wagtail

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