Monday’s Jokes, Quotes, Quizzlers and Teases!


Old Fashioned Insults We Should Bring Back. Part 2

  1. Grumbletonian
    A discontented person; one who is always railing at the times.
  2. Heathen Philosopher
    One whose buttocks may be seen through his pocket-hole; this saying arose from the old
    philosophers, many of whom despised the vanity of dress to such a point as often to fall into the opposite extreme.
  3. Milksop
    A piece of bread soaked in milk; a soft, effeminate, girlish man; one who is devoid of manliness.
  4. Minikin
    A little man or woman.
  5. Mollycoddle
    An effeminate man, one who malingers amongst the women.
  6. Nigmenog
    A very silly fellow.
  7. Nincompoop
    A fool.
  8. Ninnyhammer
    A simpleton.
  9. Poltroon
    An utter coward.
  10. Rascal
    A rogue or villain.
  11. Rattlecap
    An unsteady, volatile person.
  12. Ruffian
    A brutal fellow; a pugilistic bully.
  13. Rumbumptious
    Pompous, haughty.
  14. Sauce-Box
    A bold or forward person.
  15. Scalawag/Scallywag
    A rascal.
  16. Seek-Sorrow
    One who contrives to give himself vexation; a self-tormentor; a hypochondriac.
  17. Scamp
    A worthless fellow; a rascal.
  18. Scoundrel
    A man void of every principle of honor.
  19. Shabbaroon
    An ill-dressed shabby fellow; also, a mean-spirited person.
  20. Skinflint
    A miser; a covetous wretch, one who, if possible would take the skin off a flint.
  21. Slug-A-Bed
    Parasite; one that cannot rise in the morning.
  22. Sneaksby
    A mean-spirited fellow; a sneaking, cowardly man.
  23. Spoony
    Foolish, half-witted, nonsensical; it is usual to call a very prating shallow fellow, a β€œrank spoon.”
  24. Stingbum
    A stingy or ungenerous person.
  25. Unlicked Cub
    A loutish youth who has never been taught manners; from the tradition that a bear’s
    cub, when brought into the world, has no shape or symmetry until its mother licks it
    into form with her tongue; ill-trained, uncouth, and rude.
  26. White-Livered
    Cowardly, malicious.
  27. Word Grubbers
    Verbal critics; and also, persons who use hard words in common discourse.
  28. Wrinkler
    A person prone to lying.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it! Have a GREAT MONDAY people, stay safe, and whatever you do, don’t forget to laff it up! Peace, I am outta here! Eucman! 😁

q u o t e s o f t h e d a y

“Labor Day is over, so, get out your fall clothes, and then just put them
away because it’s 100 degrees outside.” -Jimmy Fallon

“Here’s a fun statistic. They did a study. The germiest place at the airport,
the place with the highest levels of virus bacteria, are those plastic security
tubs at the TSA. Which is kind of surprising. I mean, who would have ever
guessed that the tubs where a million sweaty travelers throw their shoes
every day would be full of germs?” -Jimmy Kimmel

“Florida police are searching for a person who accidentally donated a duffel
bag to a thrift shop that contained almost five pounds of marijuana. ‘This
smells like weed,’ said customers about EVERY THRIFT STORE ITEM EVER.” -Seth Meyers

Guaranteed to Roll Your Eyes
Nancy was Catholic, but her fiance, Chris, was not. Since my friends were planning
to be married in the Catholic Church, Chris made sure to listen carefully throughout
their prenuptial sessions. At one meeting the priest turned to Chris and told him,
“Since you are not Catholic, we shall have the ceremony without Eucharist.”
Later that day, Chris was noticeably upset, so Nancy asked what was wrong. “I don’t understand,”
he said. “How can we have the ceremony without me?” 😳

Friday’s’ Movie Trivia of the day! What movie is this quote from??? “
“How do I know this is your horse?”
“Can’t you see this horse loves me?”
“I had a girl do that to me. It didn’t make her my wife.

Answer: Silverado!
Two brothers ride out, picking up a couple of companions along the way. They make their way to the western town of Silverado, to say goodbye to their sister, before heading further west. Once they get there, they find themselves embroiled in the battle between the honest townsfolk and farmers, and the corrupt Sheriff, who’s acting in the interests of a local rancher. This dialogue occurs when Paden makes his way into town after being robbed of just about everything. He recognizes his horse and gear, and ‘reclaims’ it from the man who’d taken it. It is after this that he joins the brothers on their ride to Silverado. Kevin Kline, Scott Glenn, Kevin Costner, Danny Glover, John Cleese and Brian Dennehy starred under Lawrence Kasdan’s direction.

Monday’s Movie Trivia of the day! What movie is this quote from???
“Now you look at me. Do you think I’m evil?”
“No, no, you are kind and good.”
“And a gypsy. Maybe Frollo’s wrong about both of us.”

Friday’s Quizzler is….​
In this teaser you are required to find a word relating to mathematics hiding in
consecutive letters within each sentence. Have fun!


“They knew that they had done the wrong thing.”

Answer: ADD located in: “…hAD Done…”

  1. The governor gave the budget a cut everywhere possible.
  2. It is rumoured that Capri men often marry Naples women.
  3. He drove his new Mustang entirely too recklessly.
  4. Groucho and Harpo were two of the Marx brothers.

Answer: 1. ACUTE (A CUT Everywhere)

  1. PRIME (CaPRI MEn)
  2. TANGENT (MusTANG ENTirely)
  3. POWER (HarPO WERe)

Monday’s Quizzler is…….
What do all the words in this list have in common?


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