People Share Their All-Time Favorite Curse-Free Swear Words
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Who doesn't love some good old fashion nastiness?

I don't mean like evil, mean-spirited craziness, I mean some nice tongue lashings.

Don't you love cursing someone out without having to use one off-colored word?

Redditor Saibotnl1 wanted to get a list together of all the saucy and sassy words that can be naughty and used in mixed company.They asked:

"What's an insult without any swear words?"

I love me some shade. I love throwing it and hearing it. Tell me more...


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“'I bet your parents change the subject when their friends ask about you.'”



"'You aren't the dumbest person in the world, but you better hope they don't die.'"


"This is the most brutal one."


"Guess this means I gotta protect you at all costs."


Get it?

"One I use in retail occasionally... I can explain this to you but I can't understand it for you."


"As a fellow retail manager, I feel that in my bones. I manage a large gun store, so I deal with a lot of idiots (frightening, I know)."

"There are times when people try to argue with me about things that involve federal law, and get mad at me when I won’t commit willful violations of said federal law that could cost the store its license to lawfully do business. I usually will end things with, 'I’m sorry you feel that way, because it means that we can no longer do business. I hope you find the answers you’re looking for elsewhere.'"



"You are the human equivalent of a participation trophy."


"A participation trophy is a trophy given to someone in a contest who didn't actually win anything but would have been butthurt if they came away empty-handed."


Lucky Fools

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"I envy those who've never met you."


I am LIVING for all of these!

Need a bag?

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“'You have a great face for radio.'”


"And you have a great voice for silence."



"You've got two brain cells, and they're both fighting for third place. Somewhere out there is a tree, tirelessly producing oxygen so you can breathe. I think you owe it an apology. Apparently the second one is a line from House MD. Giving credit where it's due."


"I've always liked 'Intellectually unfortunate.'"


So Good

"'I don't care what the others say, I think you're great.'"


"'I don't know why so many people don't like you.'"


"I actually saw someone say this to another person at work. It doesn't help that most people at our work really don't like the guy."


Look Away

"'I wouldn't want to be your mirror.'"


"'I still wouldn't bother to look at you.'"


Oh my...

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"'You’re like the end pieces of a loaf of bread. Everyone touches you, but nobody wants you.'"


My Lord. Y'all people are scandalous.

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