Hacked By Shade

Zen proverb quote and more great clever small business writing tips at http://NanetteLevin.com

Hacked By Shade

Hacked By Shade

 

GreetZ : Prosox & Sxtz

Hacked By Shade <3

Nanette Levin

Writer, author, marketer, public speaker and small business advocate with more than 25 years of experience. Check out some of our affordable introductory deals designed to make it fun and easy for new clients to test results with small projects.

More Posts - Website

11 Responses to Hacked By Shade
  1. Nancy Jambor
    April 26, 2016 | 3:33 pm

    Interesting post Nanette! Words are powerful and I have found that it’s best to think before I speak. Using profanity for shock value or to hurt others is never appropriate in my world. Certainly profanity has no place in professional communication.
    Nancy Jambor recently posted..Loving KindnessMy Profile

  2. Vickie Martin
    April 26, 2016 | 3:44 pm

    I love the list of clever comebacks! Funny, with all the Shakespeare stuff going on – I saw a list of put downs that were great! Nancy is correct, words are powerful. I’m not easily offended either, and there are some blogs I follow where the profanity sprinkled in makes sense (they tend to be hippy-dippy bloggers), but when it is used for shock value – it just doesn’t work.
    Vickie Martin recently posted..MARCH READING – A MIXED BAGMy Profile

  3. Amy Putkonen
    April 26, 2016 | 8:28 pm

    Cute. I like #8. It’s fun when someone has the wit to reply back without missing a beat!

    Yes, there are more clever ways to dress up English than to swear. I find stand-up comedy to be the worst. However, there is a cute little song from Lily Allen that I just love. It’s a swear word, but she sings it so cutely that it is funny.
    Amy Putkonen recently posted..V is for VegetablesMy Profile

  4. Nanette Levin
    April 26, 2016 | 10:30 pm

    Oh yes, Amy. There are so many Churchill banters recorded that show his quick-on-his-feet wit. Agreed, stand up comedy has gotten a bit out of hand but there are some (Steve Martin come to mind) who are hilarious without vulgarity or profanity.
    Nanette Levin recently posted..Horse humor – add jokes for us all to enjoyMy Profile

    • Amy Putkonen
      May 7, 2016 | 1:46 pm

      I never realized that Steve Martin did not swear in his comedy sets. That is pretty cool!
      Amy Putkonen recently posted..Being NaturalMy Profile

  5. Deborah Weber
    April 27, 2016 | 2:19 pm

    I’ve always been a fan of clever. You’ve gathered some good insults/comebacks, and I tend to lean towards those gems by Shakespeare and Wilde. I’ve recently been reading a blog that offers a daily insult culled from a Shakespeare generator, along with a daily surrealistic compliment culled from a generator. A double dose of fun.
    Deborah Weber recently posted..Manifesto: W is for…My Profile

  6. Elda
    May 4, 2016 | 1:39 am

    Maybe it’s due to a lack of sense of humor on my part but I don’t find insults or sarcasm clever and I usually unsubscribe from newsletters that use profanity. I send them love knowing that I just happen to not be their ‘perfect’ customer, and that’s okay.
    Elda recently posted..But He/She Is So Stubborn!My Profile

    • Nanette Levin
      May 4, 2016 | 1:49 am

      Certainly wasn’t trying to offend anyone here, Elda – quite the opposite. I do think there’s a place for clever comebacks. Agreed, you need to embrace what feels right. That’s kind of you to leave with love.
      Nanette Levin recently posted..Horse humor – add jokes for us all to enjoyMy Profile

Leave a Reply

Wanting to leave an <em>phasis on your comment?

CommentLuv badge