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Whether it be the Bard or Hemingway, insults have peppered literature for centuries.  The are the comic relief in a heavy tragedy or a deep philosophical read.  For the next few blogs, I am going to explore the literary quips from the classics to Shakespeare.  I may even delve into some salvos from independent authors.

In my research on the topic, i found so many political incorrect ways of telling someone off. These characters aren’t event trying to be nice and that’s the fun of it. So once more into the fray.

To liven up a dull conversation:

Timequake by [Vonnegut, Kurt]“If your brains were dynamite there wouldn’t be enough to blow your hat off.” – Timequake, Kurt Vonnegut

For telling someone to get lost, but nicely:

Product Details“I desire that we be better strangers.” – As You Like It, William Shakespeare

Bridget Jones Diary By Helen Fielding

4b4f9661-7751-44b7-a06d-d3bc2cb2d300-620x375For dispelling any illusions:

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