There are Ad Hominem insults. There are Lame Comebacks. And then there are these — insults so trite and meaningless that one may as well have called the other person a "Big Stupid Doodoo Head". Young children will resort to using these because they either don't know any better, or have run out of things to say. When an adult uses these, however, it's a good sign that they either don't have any real substance to back up their argument or they are quite childish themselves.
Sometimes Played for Laughs when it induces Felony Misdemeanor. Often involves Buffy Speak.
See also No, You, really the only appropriate comeback to such an insult.
Lenore: You stoopid, stoopid li'l man! Li'l puffy rat-midget cotton-tushed cootie infested freak of nature-poo poo headed monstrosity of the 7th layer of heck-pee pee breathed-dookie eating-pig lov'n-crab like-bow legged-creepy ass-bulbous headed-smaller than a bread box-hollow brained-gopher lick'n-intestine shaped-bacon wrapped-no soap using-squid slurping-botchilism growing-crotch scratching-one balled-accidentally birthed-filth spreading-juice producing-greasy palmed-fart leaking-ball of crap shaped like a li'l man!
Runaways: Molly, the youngest member of the group, talks like this when she's first captured by Geoffrey Wilder (from the past). After he tells her to drop the act, she coldly tells him " Your son took after you, you know. He was a total freakin' failure". And after he shoots one of the others, Molly has some considerably harsher sentiments.
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series: the Pharaoh's best retort to Yugi's insults is something along the lines of "Yeah, well, you're really small. Look at you down there! You're like Smally McSmall. *beat* That's your name."
In Lilo & Stitch, Nani is almost hit by a car as she rushes back home and shouts at the driver, "Watch where you're going, stupidhead!" It comes back to bite her when said "stupidhead" turns out to be the social worker assigned to her. This is later used by Stitch against Gantu—as a sign of Character Development, no less, since such an insult is Lighter and Softer compared to his untranslated alien insults from the start of the movie that the Councilwoman finds so repulsive.
It wasn't just the councilwoman. Apparently the insult was so offensive, that a robot was vomiting nuts and bolts.
In Wrongfully Accused, Ryan Harrison gets into a shouting match with a guard on a prison bus that ultimately ends with a series of these types of insults.
Ryan: How dare you 'how dare me' when I how dare you, you big pee-pee head!
Guard: You're the pee-pee head!
Ryan: Mr. Booger Lips! Ca-ca mouth!
Same with Frank Drebin in The Naked Gun. Leslie Nielsen's dry, dramatic delivery made these sort of insults especially funny, it turns out.
Drebin: Oh, it's alright, I'm sure that we can handle this maturely, just like the responsible adults that we are. Isn't that right, Mr. Poopy-Pants?
Annie in Misery (book as well as film) typically uses insults of this nature. But when she doesn't..
In Kindergarten Cop, a kid named Zach is picked on by the other kids for being a quiet loner, calling him things like poo-poo head, poo-poo face and ca-ca poo-poo.
In Hook, Rufio falls prey to the "running out of things to say" variation when, after a long and creative volleying insult battle with Peter, he loses his composure and resorts to "You man! You stupid, stupid MAN!"
The aliens in Plan 9 from Outer Space try to reason with us Earth people by calling us "Stupid minds! Stupid, stupid!". That'll teach us!
In the first Survivors book, Lucky tries to distract the Fierce Dogs from his friends by insulting them. His two attempts are "Hey, stupid!" and "Mad dogs, sad dogs, stupid crazy bad dogs!" This doesn't work, and they only go after him after he starts insulting their mothers.
In an episode of Happy Endings, Jane and Max are fighting over a sweater which both claim to be theirs. Max maintains they are not going to do one of their dumb competitions-before running away with the sweater. Jane chases and tackles him, shouting "Get back here, you gay!" Max's response is "'You gay'? That's the best you could come up with?"
Will and Grace: when Ellen finds out that Grace once slept with her fiance Rob, she decides she has to sleep with Will to balance it out, despite his protests. When he tells her to stop and look at what she's doing, she flings herself on his bed in despair and declares herself to be a "dumb, stupid idiothead."
Peep Show: Mark, trying to get out of marrying Sophie, resolves to go over to someone and insult them, but can only think of saying "jizz-cock", which he laments is like calling someone a "piss-kidney" as a properly working cock would jizz. He nevertheless does it, and berates himself for not going with "arsehole" after the person he confronts calls him that.
Sheldon of The Big Bang Theory resorts to these kinds of insults when he doesn't have time to think of a good comeback, and will actually apologize for his "language" to whoever is there with him.
"Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to do work which promises significant results. As opposed to what you do, which... does not. Yeah, you heard me!"
If you poke around some Christian bookstores and church thrift shops, you can find T-shirts that proudly declare your sincere, deeply-held conviction that "Satan is a poo-poo head!" Also available on bumper stickers!
Monkey Island's Insult Swordfighting always give you the option to wittingly insult your opponent with "you're ugly!" and "you're stupid!". These insults automatically fail, with the only rebuttal being "is that the best you can come up with?".
And then there's Gyubrush's often used insult "You big old bed-wetting doody head."
Asura characters in Guild Wars 2 have been known to charge in to battle yelling "You're dumb! You'll die and you'll leave a dumb corpse!"
In Way of the Samurai 4, if you fight Kotobuki at the start of the game, and then confront him again in the evening after meeting with Akagi (who leads Kotobuki's enemies, the nationalist Disciples of Prajna faction), you can choose to call him and his lackeys "stupidheads".
The Inexplicable Adventures of Bob!. When Rocko gets rejected for a teaching job at an etiquette school, Molly says, "Aw, they're just a gaggle of poop-headed elitists! You're neat!"
In Everyday Heroes, when Greta Goode actually loses a video game (*gasp!*), she unleashes her fury on the victor ... which, at age 7, amounts to "You big stinkybutt!"
Elan in The Order of the Stick is prone to using insults like these. He's slightly better since he received expert training in the Bardic art of You Fight Like a Cow (hey, even lame puns are an improvement), though his insults outside of combat are as lame as ever.
In the episode "Homer Goes to College", after an accident with a proton accelerator while at college, Homer was assigned some outside tutoring by the Dean. Homer decides to get revenge by prank calling the Dean:
(telephone rings, Dean picks up)
Homer:(in poorly-disguised voice) Hello, Dean? You're a stupid-head!
Dean:(looks out window, sees Homer at phone booth) Homer, is that you?
Homer: AAH! (flees)
From the episode "Blame it on Lisa":
Dance Instructor: Now we are working on our most powerful dance: La Penetrada! It makes sex look like a church! Marge: I don't think my daughter should be hearing this. Dance Instructor: You cannot protect her forever! You stupid lady!
The episode "Bots and the Bees" gives us this exchange between Bender and his son Ben:
Ben: Bend it, daddy! Bend it like it called you poo-poo face! Bender: It called me what?!
"The Birdbot of Ice-catraz":
Fry: Fine, I've got a toast. To Captain Bender, he's the best... at being a big jerk who's stupid and his big ugly face is as dumb as a butt!
In a The Real Ghostbusters Halloween Special, a monster named Boogaloo is terrorizing the city. Peter tries to get its attention. "Hey, Boogaloo! You're ugly and your mother dresses you funny!". For the record, Boogaloo is about a hundred feet tall, covered in multiple faces and tentacles, and not wearing any clothing at all. Nevertheless, it works.
Bubbles: (straining with all her reserve) I'm... not... gonna... cry... you... big... DOO-DOO BRAIN!!
In an episode of Recess, there's a scene where two first graders are arguing. One of them calls the other a loser, causing him to call the other a "Loser-more".
On Celebrity Deathmatch, in the fight between Simon Cowell and Ryan Seacrest, Seacrest can only come up with lame insults like "doodoo head" and "double doodoo head" in response to Cowell's epic burns.
Mabel Pines of Gravity Falls tends to use insults like these, such as "butt-faces" or "poop heads".
In The Venture Bros., Molotov Cocktease, in a fantasy sequence of Hank's, calls Dr. Venture exactly this phrase, citing it as the reason he won't let Hank and Molotov be together.
In the "Omelette Du Fromage" episode of Dexter's Laboratory, Dee Dee greets Dexter at breakfast with a cheerful "Morning, poophead!"
On Earthworm Jim, Jim comes into possession of a book that Evil the Cat needs to destroy the universe. After multiple failed attempts to get the book, Evil disguises himself as a small child (and not a cat) who's bored and is looking for a book to read. Jim is moved to tears by his story.
Jim: Poor suffering tyke. Your piteous tale has touched my heart! My mind reels back to my own sad childhood! The horrible dank burrows! The constant hunger for decaying vegetation! And the crows! The terrible, tragic crows!!