Growing up in New England it was common practice to insult your best friend. It was expected actually. (Just think of most scenes in Good Will Hunting). You earned street cred by simply having the most creative, personal jab with extra credit for speed of course. It wasn't until I started dating my now husband Andrew, who isn't a native New-Englander, did I learn that not all people find insults as a form of entertainment. After spending time with my friends he explained he just wasn't comfortable partaking in the constant, sometimes cruel banter we enjoyed.
This book is chock-full of barbs targeting everything from intelligence to ego to online dating, you'll always be prepared with an appropriate–or inappropriate–zinger to put people in their place. With the help of this pocket-sized prompter, your never be at a loss for the perfect putdown again.
- Chapters range from "Character" to "Counter-Attacks"
- Over 504 insults and comebacks to choose from
- High-quality softcover; 4 x. 6.75 inches; 112 pages