Shakespearean Insult
Someone says an insult to someone else with class, almost like it's from a Shakspeare play.
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(permanent link) added: 2012-08-16 02:03:19 sponsor: EpicEbi (last reply: 2012-08-17 21:33:10)

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So you're a really smart person: good grades, lots of knowledge and what-not. But then you have someone who is bugging you, maybe even bullying you.

There's only one way to show how annoyed you are...

You give them the Shakespearean Insult, where a character uses complicated and sophisticated words to insult someone, to put plainly. It's meant to show themselves as being highly intelligent because they speak like Spock, and still have room to trash-talk.
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