“I can’t believe you just said that. I am so glad they ended the call before they heard you.”
“What? It was a perfectly valid question.”
“I don’t care, it’s downright rude! And kind of disgusting.”
“But now you’re thinking about it, aren’t you?”
“…yes, damn you. Next time you wonder something like ‘How do conjoined twins decide whose hand wipes their shared ass when they poop?’, keep it to yourself!”
“Aww, but I had so many other questions about them…” – Josh
What people don’t know about the Insulter Pin is that there are several levels.
A plain, mirrored fan means that the wearer is frequently unintentionally insulting and doesn’t always understand when they give offense, or why it is offensive.
A mirrored fan with a black trim means that the wearer will, on occasion, be deliberately insulting. Often in retaliation for an emotional injury. This is rarely done with forethought, and if there is any, there is generally a warning involved.
A mirrored fan with black-and-yellow striped trim means that the wearer is frequently deliberately insulting, but no-one can tell when they mean it or not.
Shayde has graduated through all three.
They’re working on the codification of the fourth level.