Rare Insults That Are Just Too Good

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By: Kate Row | Published: Sep 01, 2022

The internet is a place for funny videos, interesting conversations, and learning new knowledge. However, it is also a place of insults and roasting.

While cyberbullying is no joke, we appreciate when people can poke fun at each other without crossing the line. The best insults are creative insults. Here are some of the funniest roasts that we’ve seen on the internet.

The Math Equation

Bad haircuts make up a ton of content on the internet and if you post evidence of your own hairdresser disaster online, you’re basically giving the internet permission to poke some fun at you.

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We’re not sure if this cut was intentional but referring to it as a math equation does make us laugh. Based on this poor guy’s face we are going to guess he’s not all that happy with the y=x+4 angle of his hairline.

No Brain

This commentary from BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) is hysterical to an onlooker but might not be as funny to the colleagues it’s referring to.

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600 millions years without a brain is impressive! Whoever made this commentary sure has a sense of humor. Hopefully his colleagues thought it was funny and it didn’t cause any office place discomfort.

Scooby Doo Cosplayer

High fashion is awfully confusing to many of us who aren’t familiar with the world of fashion. I know I don’t always understand the looks on the runway and I feel confused and impressed at the same time.

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This commenter perfectly encapsulates this somewhat ridiculous look. All the colors do give it a bit of a Scooby Doo vibe. We can see a little inspiration from Scooby, Velma, Daphne, Shaggy, and Fred in this outfit. The model is rocking it regardless!

Clinton and the Queen

We don’t think this is an insult as much as it is just an observation. John Venn does bear a resemblance to both Bill Clinton and the Queen.

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The longer you look at it, the more you can see the similarities between all of these people. I’m not sure if we would have noticed the resemblance but now that someone’s mentioned it we definitely see it. It’s something in the eyes and the hair!

Lowercase John Mulaney

One of the common insults we see across the internet is calling someone the “off brand” version or the “Walmart” version of someone else. Basically, it’s a way of saying they are a worse version of another person.

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Calling someone a lowercase version of someone else is even more creative. Obviously, this commenter is a fan of SNL and its comedians so he calls Drew a lowercase version of Mulaney. Genius!

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Idiot Sandwich

Gordon Ramsay is known for his unique insults as well as his cooking skills. One of his more famous lines is from one of his cooking shows in which he held 2 pieces of bread on either side of a chef’s head and called her an idiot sandwich.

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His adorable son bears great resemblance to his dad and has some of the same facial expressions. It looks like he would have no problem following in his dad’s footsteps and calling people “idiot sandwiches” when he’s old enough to know what that is!

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The Expired Almond

We all see people and things we don’t want to see online. It’s the nature of the internet. When Andrew Tate recently got banned from some social media platforms, people had a lot to say because he has built a reputation as quite a controversial character.

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Controversial characters are always going to generate conversation online. Calling someone an expired almond is a pretty creative way to insult someone. I don’t know if I even know what an expired almont looks like.

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Roasts from your Daughter

Kids are probably the best roasters in the game because they are ruthlessly honest. They have no problem saying exactly what they think and we just kind of have to take it. It can be brutal!

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This is a great example of someone’s kid being their harshest critic. We love that she said this right to his face and we love that he posted it for us all to enjoy.

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Human Version of Mark Zuckerberg

A common joke across the internet is that Mark Zuckerberg is a robot. We’re not sure if it’s his unusual mannerisms or the fact that he’s a billionaire, but people love to speculate that he is not a real person.

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This guy does kind of look like the Facebook billionaire. They could be brothers or maybe cousins. If Mark really is a robot, this is a very accurate description.

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Who are These People?

The best people to roast on the internet are people that are being mean to others. This commenter responded to a rude comment made by someone else in a clever way.

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Rather than commenting on the other person’s appearance (which is usually the first thing people go after online) he makes a joke about the person’s name being like a spell that caused his furniture to float. Very funny.

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School Projector

Bad tattoos will always be funny without a doubt. If you get tattoos on your face, be prepared for the internet to have something to say about it.

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These tattoos are pretty bad and we have to laugh at the thought of them being projected onto his forehead. If your teacher ever walked in front of their projector while teaching, you’ll get why this is too accurate.

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Pringles or Lawmaker?

Jack Black has one of those faces that just makes you laugh. As a comedian, we think he’d probably appreciate these two very different comparisons.

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What do you think? Does Jack Black look more like a Wild West Lawmaker or a Pringles can? Honestly, we can see where both comments came from.

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Water Bottle

Ed made a splash on the TLC show 90 Day Fiance and quickly became the subject of tons of internet commentary for his neck.

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You know when a water bottle falls on the cap and kind of crunches together? You be the judge of if Ed bears any resemblance.

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Roast Me

This man asked the internet to roast him so we commend his bravery for giving the internet complete free reign to comment on whatever they want about him.

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We’re not sure how people come up with these observations but we can’t ignore the creativity. We wonder if he really does have an expensive grill that he only used one time.

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