The Most Epic Insults From Game of Thrones
All across the Seven Kingdoms, people are getting burned. And not just by dragons. Insults fly across the realm, whether your mother was a whore or you have no honor. No one is safe from a verbal lashing or quick put down. What are the best insults ever thrown down on Game of Thrones or in A Song of Ice and Fire?
Some characters are known for their sharp wit and frequent barbs. Tyrion Lannister is the most prolific insulter in Westeros. He can take it just as well as he can dish it out and is never wanting for a great comeback. Insults must run in the Lannister blood, as Cersei can also be relied upon for an epic burn. However, she usually lacks the wordplay and artistry of Tyrion, choosing instead to hurt her target as deeply as possible.
Many GoT insults focus on the target's birth. Was your mother a whore? Get ready to hear about it for the rest of your life. But nothing is off limits and there's no shortage of classic jabs at another person's looks, pointed statements about one's talents (or lack thereof) on the battlefield, and sarcastic mentions of a man's lack of honor.
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Cersei: You know that you're not half as clever as you think.S2E1, "Valar Dohaeris"
Tyrion: That still makes me twice as clever as you.
Tyrion: I'm not questioning your honor, Lord Janos. I'm denying its existence.S2E2, "The Night Lands"
Cersei: It's all fallen on me...S2E2, "The Night Lands"
Tyrion: As has Jaime repeatedly, according to Stannis Baratheon.
Cersei: “Ah yes, the famously tart-tongued Queen of Thorns."
Olenna: “And the famous tart, Queen Cersei."
Cersei: “As for your veiled threats…"S5E6, “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”
Olenna: “What veil?"
Tit for Tyrion’s Tat
Varys: “Cersei has offered a lordship to the man who brings her your head."S5E2, “The House of Black and White”
Tyrion: “She ought to offer her c—t. Best part of her for the best part of me."
Margaery puts the smackdown on Cersei.
“Can we bring you anything to eat or drink? I wish we had some wine for you, it’s a bit early in the day for us.”
Episode: “The High Sparrow”