Tue 12 Sep, 2006 06:20 pm
I was looking for a word today to describe someone that was a combination of endearing but pointed and I settled on "oddball".
"Kuncklehead" is a word that gets used around my house a lot.
As does "numbskull".
These words, to me, are not insulting but they still convey a feeling of spectacular What-A-Maroonity.
Can you think of other endearing insults?
"Weirdo" is used around here a lot... affectionately.
Freak (at least between me and my neice)
I dont know HOW to spell it, but that is how you pronounce it..
I'm with littlek on this one. Freak.
And by the way, littlek, I think you're a freak.
Ha! These are great! Thank you for sharing.
I sometimes call Mr. B "a cake eater" when he's being all ridiculous.
We grew up in the same neighborhood though we didn't know each other. He lived on the street that was the dividing line to determine whether you went to the rich school or to the school I went to. Kids from the neighborhood who went to the rich school were called "cake eaters". Thirty five years later it still bugs the crap out of him.
My ex always called me a m*therf*cking assh*le.
I know she meant it endearingly.
Well, thanks Sweetie . . . i love you too ! ! !
(What? She wasn't talking to me? You sure? OK . . . )
Well..... ahhhh..... actually..... I was talking to you, Set.
Another one, and this is a variation of "freak", is "freakazoid".
I will generally use "freakazoid" at least twice a week, and sometimes more.
I've heard tell that there is a secret society of morons hidden in the bowels of caves in New Mexico that call each other "fart knockers".
But... that is just a rumor.
"Freak" only gets used around here in a Rick James sort of way - as in "she's a very kinky girl, the kind you don't take home to mother".
I won't go into a long explaination as I don't want to ruin the word for littlek and her lovely neice.
say anymore gus, and we will have to kill you...........
You weren't supposed to see that.
we see everything