Generates insults in a variety of styles. Have them pop up at regular intervals, copy them to the clipboard (as text) so that you can use them in other applications.
Sep 4, 2012 13:16:32 Rating
16 ( -2 -12.5% ) Size 1126 kb Licence Freeware Status Major Update Languages English OS Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista Homepage autoinsult.com Author Jon Berry
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Description: AutoInsult is a silly little Windows program that has been generating insults for people since 1997
AutoInsult has the following key features
Generate insults in Arabian, Shakespearean, Modern and Mediterranean styles.
Choose from random insults, or construct your own by selecting words & phrases from the drop-down lists.
Currently supports two languages - English and American English.
Provides a "forward" and "back" button so you never miss an insult you've generated.
Copies the insult to the clipboard for easy pasting.
Allows you to "pop-up" insults at regular intervals to provide a bit of light relief whilst you work
Look up any word or phrase in an on-line dictionary (requires an internet connection).
It's FREE - there are no registration costs, time limits or nags.
AutoInsult will amuse most people, but may offend others. It is not, however, obscene or vulgar. Short tags: generate, random, insults, Arabian, Modern, Meditteranean, Shakespeare, freeware, humour, humor, funny Change Info: Updated to work with Windows 7
Improved the User Interface
Dictionary lookup is now user-definable and includes a number of online dictionaries to choose from
Can now select the language file in the Options menu. On initial startup it takes a 'best guess'. Find last version of AutoInsult
Free Download AutoInsult 3.7.0 from autoinsult.com
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