Here’s a balm for Monday blues – the hilarity of the Martin Luther Insult Generator!
A few personal favorites:
- “I was frightened and thought I was dreaming, it was such a thunderclap, such a great horrid fart did you let go here! You certainly pressed with great might to let out such a thunderous fart – it is a wonder that it did not tear your hole and belly apart!” From Against the Roman Papacy, an Institution of the Devil, pg. 344 of Luther’s Works, Vol. 41
- “You should not write a book before you have heard an old sow fart; and then you should open your jaws with awe, saying, ‘Thank you, lovely nightingale, that is just the text for me!'” From Against Hanswurst, pg. 250 of Luther’s Works, Vol. 41
- “Perhaps you want me to die of unrelieved boredom while you keep on talking.” From The Bondage of the Will, pg. 244 of Luther’s Works, Vol. 33
Check out the Martin Luther Insult Generator here.