17 Vintage Insults to Add to Your Vocabulary Right Now

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17 Vintage Insults to Add to Your Vocabulary Right Now

17 Vintage Insults to Add to Your Vocabulary Right Now

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Calling someone a jerk is quite the modern thing to do, but while it’s effective, it’s not very original. These vintage insults will make a fine addition to your own personal arsenal of insults that you can delve out when appropriate.

scattergood: a thrifty person, a spendthrift

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muck-worm: a miser

gundygut: greedy person, voracious eater

looby: oaf, a large, clumsy person

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ninnyhammer: a simpleton

fopdoodle: a stupid person

humgruffin: a terrible person

mulligrubs: grumpy, grumbler

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blatherskite: one who brags, or prattles on about nonsense

smellsmock: one whose eyes wander, a lecher

toadeater: a suck up

mollycoddle: a wimp

popinjay: a vain, conceited person

chawbacon: hick, bumpkin

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sneckdraw: a Scottish term for someone trying to sneak their way in

slubberdegullion: a filthy, slobbering person

tatterdemalion: one who wears tattered clothing

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