Overweight and unhappy as a young child, he discovered he could disarm hurtful taunters
with his quick wit.
Every Python fan's favourite episodes are in there - yes, you can happily quote along as King Arthur does (verbal) battle with the French Taunters
or an anonymous peasant expounds his theories on African swallows carrying coconuts.
Online anonymity has a positive side beyond the perceived protection it offers to online hecklers, taunters
After scoring 20 goals during the 2005-06 season, Jerome was a fans' hero but the City supporters still hold a grudge after he chose to move to Blues to further his career, and the fact the money allowed Cardiff to sign Michael Chopra, Stephen McPhail and Glenn Loovens, who all performed well for City, is lost on the terrace taunters
were Asian men who frequently called them "dirty white trash", she said.
As the Netherlanders missed the penalty that sealed their defeat, Mr Yacht leapt to his feet and delivered a 15-second barrage of bellowing, arm-flailing, vein-bulging Continental venom, very much in the direction of his orange-shirted taunters
Widely reviled by the right as chief of the cop taunters
, he was also, oddly, something of an all-American--a star athlete, a scrappy street kid, a person of conscience, ingenuity, and charisma--the kind of person we are taught as schoolchildren to revere.
138) The Washington Post, which had been relentlessly critical of FDR on constitutional matters, entitled its editorial on Tipaldo "An Unfortunate Decision," and its Supreme Court correspondent wrote regretfully: "Hereafter whenever New Dealers are taunted with trying to break down the rights of the States to manage their own affairs, the taunters
will have this decision tossed in their faces.
H was not the victim of this story, rather, her taunters
Cotterill got one over on the terrace taunters
when he slotted home the penalty to seal his former club's win - and would surely secure a place in Swansea folklore if he grabbed a winner this time.