This famous saying was used to shut down someone who was annoying or not important. In the 1990s, it became a sign of attitude and defiance, often paired with a sassy hand motion.
It was a mocking way to show that you didn't believe what someone said or to make fun of them for saying something silly or far-fetched.
This insult was often used to make fun of someone who tried to copy a certain style, trend, or group. It meant that the person wasn't being themselves and was just trying to fit in or be liked.
People who were seen as not cool, socially awkward, or disliked were called this insult.
"Loser" was a common term in the 1990s because it was simple and hurtful. It was used to put someone down and imply that they were not good enough or had failed.
This insult was used to describe someone who claimed to be something they weren't, especially in subcultures like skaters, punks, or goths.
This term was meant for people who were seen as awkward in social situations, uncool, or nerdy. It meant that the person lacked social skills or was too focused on school.
This insult was used to make fun of someone who was thought to be stupid or shallow. It meant that the person was more interested in small things and tended to forget things or be scattered.
This playful insult took the words "butt" and "munch" and put them together to make a funny but slightly insulting word. It was often used by friends to joke around or make fun of each other.
"Tool" was a common insult in the 1990s. It was used to describe someone who was thought to be easy to manipulate, gullible, or weak in critical thinking skills.