Gone are the days when formality and manners were mandatory. Today, a person's communication skills and charisma are highly dependent in his sense of humor. It may sound crazy, but jokes and insults are effective ways to gain control of social situations, but they must be used with responsibility.
With this being said, there has to be a reason why you want to learn insults, but remember that your reason should never be to make someone else feel miserable - at least not for a very long time.
People use insults and jokes all the time. There are even social events arranged specifically so that people can throw insults at each other for entertainment. You may not necessarily be aiming to participate in such events, but insults can still be used to shut someone down. They can also lighten up dull and boring situations - if used properly.
You'll have access to every type of insult: insults for arrogant people, insults for stupid people, ugly people, and more and much more.
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Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
This book served its purpose as a bit of a refresher on common insult material.
What do you think your next listen will be?
A book on joke development theory.
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
The narration was ok they did a decent job.
Did Insults! Insults! The Best 400 Insults/Jokes on the Planet inspire you to do anything?
I think a good next step would be to look into insult/joke development theory more than just examples.
Any additional comments?
I think younger people especially teens would like this as they may not have heard these insults before.
What was most disappointing about The Moma Factory’s story?
This book is full of lame, weak and cliched insults.
don't waste your time with it.
This book gave me a full case of weaponry for all the people who suck in my life