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Hubris (leading to nemesis) 21:49 - May 9 with 887 viewsWarwickHunt


excessive pride or self-confidence.

synonyms: arrogance, conceit, conceitedness, haughtiness, pride, vanity, self-importance, self-conceit, pomposity, superciliousness, feeling of superiority;

(in Greek tragedy) excessive pride towards or defiance of the gods, leading to nemesis.

Alternative spelling : Huwbris...


Hubris (leading to nemesis). on 21:52 - May 9 with 829 viewsBanosswan

Supercilious is my favourite word.

The synonyms section is missing bignosecwntfwcktwart though.
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Ever since my son was... never conceived, because I've never had consensual sex without money involved... I've always kind of looked at you as... a thing, that I could live next to... in accordance with state laws.
Poll: How do you like your steak?


Hubris (leading to nemesis) on 21:52 - May 9 with 822 viewsJonathans_coat

“The superior man understands what is right, the inferior man understands what will sell”


Hubris (leading to nemesis) on 22:06 - May 9 with 739 viewstwintownjack

The Hubermensch (German for "Beyond-Man", "Superman", "Overman", "Superhuman", "Hyperman", "Hyperhuman"; German pronunciation: [ˈˀyːbɐmɛnʃ]) is a concept in the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche.

Premier League and you fecked it up Hubermoron

We know were you live..........Song for Sunday

At least we non plastics can meet up and get tickets next season............share the pain

Hubris (leading to nemesis) on 22:12 - May 9 with 724 viewsWarwickHunt

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. George Santayana

Perhaps the penny had finally’s been coming for the last three fûcking years.

Hubris (leading to nemesis) on 22:18 - May 9 with 693 viewstwintownjack

Those whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad during the transfer window. Anonymous ancient proverb, wrongly attributed to Euripides. The version here is quoted as a "heathen proverb" in Daniel, a Model for Young Men (1854) by William Anderson Scott.

Alltwen, Saundersfoot, Marmbella, you cannot hide from us, not with that nose
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