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British Insults (Slang)

TheYankInLondonTheYankInLondon Registered User Posts: 3,487 Senior Member
edited April 2012 in High School Life
I think that British Slang insults are far more "pleasing to the ear" than American insults... Here are some British terms for "idiot"

Plonker, Muppet, Numpty, Clot and Pillock.

Of course there are always room for the more offensive terms of:
Wanker, Prat, Oik, Tosser and Twat.

Do you agree are these insults more "pleasing to the ear" than stadard American words like Geek, Dork and Nerd?
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