9 thoughts on “Brilliant British Insults”

  1. My friend is very fond of both “jabroni” and “peon”. I’ve never known anyone else use either word so much in everyday language, he’d totally know who he is if he read this.

  2. We had chef living down the lane in Greenwich who mastered the art of replacing insult words with nouns.
    He would keep using food names instead. The spicier tje food, the stronger the insult.

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