Comparison to a dog:
Let’s just say you stuck a conversation with a bitch who calls you a dog for some reason, the best reply would be:
“If I were a dog and you were a flower, I’d lift up my leg and give you a shower.”
Sometimes your friends just can’t shut up about their boyfriends. And that guy happens to despise you and the feeling seems to be mutual.
“I called your boyfriend gay and he hit me with his purse.”
Too -irritating -to -ignore -voice:
Some people have the voice pitch that seems to touch the sky and when combined with their constantly yapping mouths, it’s just impossible to forget that they’re not in the same room.
“I’m busy can I ignore you another time?”
And then they open their mouth…
There are a few people who might be a good company. Or so you think. A snide comment is always ready to greet you in the face when they talk to you. There’s only one response that seems natural at the time. It starts with ‘f’ and ends with ‘u’. But let’s be more creative here.
“Roses are red, Violets are blue, I have five fingers, the middle one’s for you.”
Oh, and another one:
“My middle finger gets a boner every time I see you.”
You might have a friend who is very serious about their future. Maybe too serious. Also, there might be a time when you were subjected to their ‘motivational talk’.
“Have you been shopping lately? They’re selling lives there. You should go get one.”
Some have a habit of just complaining about everyone around them. They’re highly qualified Sherlock Holmes to find your faults.
“If you have a problem with me, write it on a piece of paper, fold it, and shove it up your ass.”
Comeback for a silly comeback:-
We have all seen the fights where opponents just say mean things to each other. When eventually they run out of things to say something, both of them seem to struggle to come up with anything. Finally someone comes up with a silly senseless retort.
“I could eat a bowl of alphabet soup and shit out a smarter statement than that.”
But say it at your own risk. Cause they might ask
“oh yeah? Like what?”