More You Are Ugly Comebacks for Teenagers


Last updated on February 13th, 2019 at 11:41 am

More You Are Ugly comebacks and quotes for teenagers

List of useful, witty and humorous You Are Ugly comebacks and quotes for teenagers to use with friends, enemies and peers!

“Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall, I Don’t Want to Hear One Word Out of You” – Jean Kerr

“Remember – twenty percent of women have inferiority complexes but seventy percent have illusions” – Elsa Schiaparelli

“Beauty is neither wholly the gift of God nor the gift of the cosmetician” – Helena Rubinstein

“You mean those clothes of yours are intentional?” – Dorothy Parker

“I’m not offended by all the dumb-blonde jokes because I know that I’m not dumb. I also know I’m not blonde” – Dolly Parton

“I feel I’m rather sweet at dinner parties. Let other women be trim and gorgeous” – Jean Kerr

“My experience is that the attractive women get the nice little things, and the unattractive ones the nice big things of this world” – Ellen T. Fowler

“If the Nobel Prize was awarded by a woman, it would go to the inventor of the dimer switch” – Kathy Lette

“It’s almost as stupid to let your clothes betray that you know you are ugly as to have them proclaim that you think you are beautiful” Edith Wharton

“I like fashion to go down into the street, but I can’t accept that it should originate there” – Coco Chanel

“You can be better dressed when you own a lot of stuff” – Helen Gurley Brown

“It’s the old adjective game, and we reserve the prettiest words for ourselves. (I’m casual, you’re messy, she’s a slob!)” – Peg Bracken

“Do you think fashion is basically over?” – Cynthia Heimel

“There is many a lonely heart beating beneath a diamond parure” – Mary Dunn

“I may look sweet but I wear leather underwear” – Spice Girl Emma Bunton

“The softer a man’s head, the louder his socks” – Helen Rowland

“I want to know why, if men rule the world, they don’t stop wearing neckties” – Linda Ellerbee

“Men’s physical beauty has now become as rare as their moral beauty has always been” – Louise Colet

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