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Martin Luther Pottymouth


Seriously, had you any idea this guy was so…brazen? Have a look at some of his zingers:

  • “You are such outrageous, shameless blockheads.”
  • “You are a little pious prancer.”
  • “You hellish scum.”
  • “You vulgar boor, blockhead, and lout, you ass to cap all asses, screaming your heehaws.”
  • “You people are more stupid than a block of wood.”
  • “We despise your whorish impudence.”
  • “My soul, like Ezekiel’s, is nauseated at eating your bread covered with human dung.”
  • “You are a crude ass, and an ass you will remain!”
  • “You stink like devilish filth flung into Germany.”
  • “Listen, you ass, you are a particularly crass ass, indeed, you are a filthy sow!”
  • “You sophistic worms, grasshoppers, locusts, frogs and lice.”
  • “Since you are such vulgar blockheads that you think such lewd and stupid gossip will harm me or bring you honor, you are the real Hanswursts – blockheads, boors, and dunderheads.”
  • “You are like mouse-dropping in the pepper.”
  • “You are the true, chief, and final Antichrist.”
  • “You are the prostitute of heretics.”
  • “You are ignorant, stupid, godless blasphemers.”
  • “Snot-nose!”
  • “Perhaps you want me to die of unrelieved boredom while you keep on talking.”
  • “Even if your writings were from an angel from heaven I would take this horrible document, and, after having used it as toilet paper, wipe its nose.”
  • “You are a brothel-keeper and the devil’s daughter in hell.”
  • “Think what you will, so make in your pants, hang it round your neck, then make a jelly of it and eat it like the vulgar sows and asses you are!”

There’s much more where that came from here.

To punish thy self with random insults from Luther, go here. Have fun! (??)



  Felicia wrote @

These are hilarious! ( I must remember some of these.)

  ginneyb wrote @


  Anne Barnhill wrote @

Well, I knew he wasn’t a nice man. But these are too funny! Thanks!

  Laura Carr wrote @

These are as much fun as Shakespeare’s insults! I’ll have to remember these for teaching Renaissance literature next year! 🙂

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