Short People Jokes/Insults

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John

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Dec 22, 1993, 10:50:35 PM12/22/93
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Anybody with any jokes or insults about short people please send them this way.
Thanks in advance.
John

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Dec 23, 1993, 1:24:12 PM12/23/93
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In article <931222.82235...@delphi.com>, John <ILLUM...@delphi.com> writes:
>Anybody with any jokes or insults about short people please send them this way.

Short people (I'm 6'6" so most people qualify as short in my book ;^) like
to ask me (usually in elevators), "How tall are you?" or "Do you play
basketball?"

The first 14,687 times I said nothing except, "6'6", no".

Then I started getting annoyed and switched my reply to, "6'6", how short
are you?" and "No, are you a jockey?"

-- Mike
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Dec 23, 1993, 10:31:11 AM12/23/93
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In article <931222.82235...@delphi.com>,
John <ILLUM...@delphi.com> wrote:

I have a girlfriend who is only 3 feet tall. I'm just nuts over her!

The Mick


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John Johnston

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Dec 23, 1993, 7:58:48 PM12/23/93
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"How short was he?"

"He was so short that he could sit on a dime and swing his legs."

Kevin W. McAuley

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Dec 27, 1993, 3:01:07 AM12/27/93
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Dwayne S. Bible

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Dec 27, 1993, 2:38:57 PM12/27/93
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It is politically incorrect to say "SHORT" any more..

You now say"VERTICALLY CHALLENGED".......


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Robert Rachlin

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Dec 27, 1993, 4:55:32 PM12/27/93
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In <2fndkh$d...@usenet.INS.CWRU.Edu> ds...@po.CWRU.Edu (Dwayne S. Bible) writes:


>It is politically incorrect to say "SHORT" any more..

>You now say"VERTICALLY CHALLENGED".......

So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?
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Nick Bensema

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Dec 27, 1993, 5:59:20 PM12/27/93
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In article <2fnlkk$2...@panix2.panix.com>,

Robert Rachlin <rac...@panix.com> wrote:
>In <2fndkh$d...@usenet.INS.CWRU.Edu> ds...@po.CWRU.Edu (Dwayne S. Bible) writes:
>
>>You now say"VERTICALLY CHALLENGED".......
>
>So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?

"Horizontally GIFTED". Horizontally challenged people are skinny.

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Thanhy Mather

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Dec 27, 1993, 6:49:58 PM12/27/93
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What about "Ugly" - "Cosmetically imbalance"?

Rob Lewis

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Dec 27, 1993, 7:39:00 PM12/27/93
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-> >It is politically incorrect to say "SHORT" any more..
->
-> >You now say"VERTICALLY CHALLENGED".......
->
-> So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?
-> --

Gravitationally-challenged?

James Mork

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Dec 28, 1993, 7:38:22 PM12/28/93
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In article <1993Dec27.2...@titan.tsd.arlut.utexas.edu>,

Someone who was ugly, is now an example of the diversity of light reflection.

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Krezel

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Dec 29, 1993, 11:42:55 AM12/29/93
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FAT ----Gravitionally challenged


In rec.humor, mo...@shell.portal.com (James Mork) writes:
>In article <1993Dec27.2...@titan.tsd.arlut.utexas.edu>,
>Thanhy Mather <tma...@tsd.arlut.utexas.edu> wrote:
>>In article <2fnlkk$2...@panix2.panix.com> rac...@panix.com (Robert Rachlin) wr
>ites:
>>>In <2fndkh$d...@usenet.INS.CWRU.Edu> ds...@po.CWRU.Edu (Dwayne S. Bible) writes

OB>>It is politically incorrect to say "SHORT" any more..


>>>>You now say"VERTICALLY CHALLENGED".......
>>>So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?

>>What about "Ugly" - "Cosmetically imbalance"?
> Someone who was ugly, is now an example of the diversity of light reflection


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Dec 29, 1993, 5:00:59 PM12/29/93
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>>>What about "Ugly" - "Cosmetically imbalance"?
>> Someone who was ugly, is now an example of the diversity of light reflection

"Visually unpleasant"

"Appearance deprived"

"Asthetically challenged"

"Differently featured"

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Lee Roll

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Dec 29, 1993, 6:51:54 PM12/29/93
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In article <2fsumr$b...@scoop.eco.twg.com> mi...@vishnu.eco.twg.com (This space intentionally left blank) writes:

>>>>What about "Ugly" - "Cosmetically imbalance"?
>>> Someone who was ugly, is now an example of the diversity of light reflection
>

I vote for "Cosmetically challenged".

- Lee

Alan Silverstein

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Dec 29, 1993, 2:42:25 PM12/29/93
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> FAT ----Gravitionally challenged

Me, I'm vaginally challenged. Of course saying so merely demonstrates
that I'm PC-challenged, but proud of it.

bres...@cnsvax.uwec.edu

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Dec 30, 1993, 3:41:36 AM12/30/93
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In article <2fndkh$d...@usenet.INS.CWRU.Edu>,
ds...@po.CWRU.Edu (Dwayne S. Bible) writes:
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> It is politically incorrect to say "SHORT" any more..

How about "sawed-off"?

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Halcyon Woodward

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Dec 30, 1993, 2:08:56 AM12/30/93
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>In <2fndkh$d...@usenet.INS.CWRU.Edu> ds...@po.CWRU.Edu (Dwayne

> S. Bible) writes:
>
>
>>It is politically incorrect to say "SHORT" any more..
>
>>You now say"VERTICALLY CHALLENGED".......
>
>So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?
>--

Nope, that's "Horizontally Gifted". "Horizontally challenged" are those
with anorexia nervosa.

Halcyon Woodward
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sl...@cc.usu.edu

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Dec 30, 1993, 12:39:50 PM12/30/93
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Just out of morbid curiosity, has anyone got the lyrics to "SHORT PEOPLE?"

I would love a copy.

Thanks,
Nomad
Cover me! I'm going to insult hundreds of people!

Cover me! I'm going to get flamed because people will think that I don't
know that there are more than "hundreds of" short people in the world! Lighten
up folks. It is permissable to have more than one joke in these postings!

Robert S. Posey 575-6627 msgid 3EVT

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Dec 30, 1993, 2:10:21 PM12/30/93
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Come on all you really ugly people out there what do you like to be called.

Sandy Vrooman

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Dec 30, 1993, 3:41:37 PM12/30/93
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In article <2fnlkk$2...@panix2.panix.com> rac...@panix.com (Robert Rachlin) writes:
>In <2fndkh$d...@usenet.INS.CWRU.Edu> ds...@po.CWRU.Edu (Dwayne S. Bible) writes:
>
>
>>It is politically incorrect to say "SHORT" any more..
>
>>You now say"VERTICALLY CHALLENGED".......
>
>So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?
>--
There is also gravitationally challanged.

Sandy Vrooman

Keith Justified And Ancient Cochran

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Jan 1, 1994, 12:01:10 PM1/1/94
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In article <2fnlkk$2...@panix2.panix.com>,
Robert Rachlin <rac...@panix.com> wrote:
>So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?

Calorically empowered.
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Nirva tOOmish

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Jan 3, 1994, 11:20:48 AM1/3/94
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In article <1994Jan1.1...@mnemosyne.cs.du.edu>,

Keith "Justified And Ancient" Cochran <kcoc...@nyx10.cs.du.edu> wrote:
>In article <2fnlkk$2...@panix2.panix.com>,
>Robert Rachlin <rac...@panix.com> wrote:
>>So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?
>
>Calorically empowered.

I always thought it was "gravitationally challenged".
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Alan Wilson

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Dec 26, 1993, 8:44:14 AM12/26/93
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Just you bend down here where I can get at you, and say that again. :-)

Dan Anderson

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Jan 5, 1994, 5:04:24 PM1/5/94
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>>So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?
>FAT ----Gravitionally challenged

FAT == Circumferentially challenged

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Pete Rossi

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Jan 5, 1994, 6:58:51 PM1/5/94
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rac...@panix.com (Robert Rachlin) writes:

>>It is politically incorrect to say "SHORT" any more..

>>You now say"VERTICALLY CHALLENGED".......

>So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?

No, no, NO! It's "gravitationally challenged"! (Someone probably already
pointed this out, but my newsreader won't let me back up or move forward,
so I'm just posting this anyway--we'll see how many already mentioned it).

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Dan Anderson

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>>So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?
>FAT ----Gravitionally challenged

FAT == Circumferentially ENHANCED.


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Handleton

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Jan 7, 1994, 1:14:36 PM1/7/94
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I prefer FAT be replaced with Horizontally Gifted. Much better for one's
self-esteem, doncha know.

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Jan 7, 1994, 3:14:02 PM1/7/94
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In article <2gk8qc...@oasys.dt.navy.mil> Handleton,

han...@oasys.dt.navy.mil writes:
>I prefer FAT be replaced with Horizontally Gifted. Much better for one's
>self-esteem, doncha know.

Me, I prefer FAT to be replaced with the HPFS. But that's just me.

Ben Bourner

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Jan 7, 1994, 3:31:32 PM1/7/94
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I'm not fat - it's just the way light BENDS around me.

Mark Branom

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Jan 8, 1994, 3:36:21 AM1/8/94
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In article <CJ6J5...@csc.ti.com>,

Naw, FAT = Latitudinally Over-present

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John

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Jan 9, 1994, 10:27:29 AM1/9/94
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we like to be called Sally Jesse Raphael!

Michael S. Hartman

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Jan 10, 1994, 10:40:28 AM1/10/94
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Since when did Short People refer to fat people? I'm short, but a far cry from fat.
I'm actually underweight :(.


Michael Hartman
har...@eng.auburn.edu

John Pak

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Jan 11, 1994, 9:58:43 PM1/11/94
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You're so short, you pose for trophies.

JP

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In article <2glra5$n...@nntp2.Stanford.EDU> ma...@leland.Stanford.EDU (Mark Branom) writes:
>From: ma...@leland.Stanford.EDU (Mark Branom)
>Subject: Re: Short People Jokes/Insults
>Date: 8 Jan 1994 08:36:21 GMT

>In article <CJ6J5...@csc.ti.com>,
>Dan Anderson <da...@wotangate.sc.ti.com> wrote:
>>>>So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?
>>>FAT ----Gravitionally challenged
>>
>>FAT == Circumferentially ENHANCED.
>>
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>Naw, FAT = Latitudinally Over-present

How about "Lipid Friendly"

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Adrienne Brown

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Jan 16, 1994, 10:59:54 PM1/16/94
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Wolf tagger (RGTY...@CHEMISTRY.watstar.uwaterloo.ca) wrote:
: >>>>So what's "FAT"? "Horizontally challenged"?
: >>>FAT ----Gravitionally challenged
: >>FAT == Circumferentially ENHANCED.
: >Naw, FAT = Latitudinally Over-present
: How about "Lipid Friendly"

I like "metabolically challenged," myself...

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Sorry, but that is the PC phrase for "dead"...

"Fat" would be "Caloricaly enhanced".


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On Wednesday, December 22, 1993 at 10:50:35 PM UTC-5, John wrote:
> Anybody with any jokes or insults about short people please send them this way.
> Thanks in advance.
> John

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On Friday, March 10, 2017, at 9:19:41 AM UTC-7, marvin...@gmail.com wrote:
> On Wednesday, December 22, 1993, at 10:50:35 PM UTC-5, John wrote:
> > Anybody with any jokes or insults about short people please send them this way.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > John
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