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Compliment :: 'mouse

Seven donkeys and a concubine cannot compare with the tarnished sheen left in your path of combustion. [Courtesy of The Surrealist Compliment Generator]

    TAGS:  compliments, surreal, surrealist compliment generator

“Well that play had more laughs than the Marquis de Sade.”

    TAGS:  compliments, Marquis de Sade

Much Worse :: Keith

When he accidently bumped into the Devil on the train, Henry apologized profusely, going as far as to compliment the Devil on his fresh smelling breath; the Devil accepted Henry’s apology and compliments, but assured him that “back home, my breath is much worse.”

    TAGS:  Henry, apology, devil, compliments, breath, fresh

As the handsome gay man at the uptown gay bar continued to compliment her, Bunni realized that God gives you exactly what you want in the least useful form possible.

    TAGS:  god, compliments, gay, useless gifts

A blue collar man will appreciate you telling him he's as sexy as a new hammer, but don't try to embellish the compliment by saying something silly, like claw hammer, or heaven forbid, ball peen.

    TAGS:  ball peen, compliments, hammers, Keith's Guides to Everything


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