Have you ever come across a person and asked yourself “Why does this moron exist in this world??”
Well, If you haven’t come across any such living species, here is a small story which will help you to relate with such idiotic creatures.

As temperature at Boston Police takes a sudden rise, sweat starts oozing all over the frowning eyebrows of Miss Elizabeth. She had been a recent victim of cyber-theft in which she lost her $50,000. Miss Elizabeth raging at Officer Peter,

Miss: Officer!! I am shattered! Those scoundrels have looted my $50,000.
I was saving it for my Paris trip. God wont spare those bloody rascals, they will go in hell!!

Officer: Ma’am, please calm down!!

Miss: How can i stay calm, when i am bankrupt. Stop gazing at me and do something!!

Officer: Ma’am, relax for awhile and say me in detail who all pinged you yesterday?

Miss: It was a daily routine officer, i got call from my miss brigenza who is my cook, then i got call from laundry guy, lady from the parlour and my boss just to check my daily work routine.

Officer: Do you doubt anyone of this people?

Miss: No officer, i trust them all. Especially that laundry guy, he is so cute!!

Officer: Are you sure ma’am, did you receive any other calls?

Miss: Wait Officer! I did receive a call from my bank, where-in i they said that I was the winner of a diamond set! They promised me to deliver my diamond set today. Ill wear it on my BffRacheal’s wedding.

Officer: Hold-on ma’am, you just said that you received the call from the bank and they promised you to give diamond set?

Miss: Yes Officer! I am so excited! Illget it today!

Officer: Ma’am would you please elaborate, what was the conversation between you and that bank official?

Miss: The bank official was a guy, his voice was so charming!! I was flattered at the very first moment!! He said that i am the lucky candidate who won the precious diamond set.

Officer:Ohkay!! What did he say next?

Miss: He said that, you are just one step away from it! For official records we just require your debit card details.

Officer: Which all details did he asked for?

Miss: He asked for my Card number, CVV and the Debit card password.

Officer Peter with anxious face, stormed at Miss Elizabeth,

Officer: For Chirst’s Sake, don’t say that you provided him with all your card credentials!!

Miss: I did officer, he was a genuine guy calling from the bank and i did win my diamond set. So i did give him my credentials!

Officer: Ma’am are you insane?? I am shocked that creatures like you exists in this world!!

Well Folks!! Insane creatures do exist in our surrounding.

Just to make sure that you are well equipped with new words, when you meet them, come let’s learn few interesting words in this chapter which is meant for foolish and idiotic people.

dunceMeaning: A person who is slow at learning; a stupid person.

Sara was baffled by arithmetic and they called her a dunce at school.

The irony of dunce lies in the fact that this synonym of dullard is derived from the name of one of the most brilliant thinkers of the Middle Ages, John Duns Scotus.

So ingenious were the theological and metaphysical speculations of this thinker that he was given the name “the Subtle Doctor.” However, in the 16th century, his followers became a conservative element in English universities, and they tended to resist the new learning of humanism.

As result, dunsman and the shortened form duns (later respelled as we have it today), became terms of scorn, meaning first “sophist” or “pedant” and gradually taking on the modern sense “slow-witted person.”

Dullard, Cretin, Chucklehead, Dummkopf are the synonyms of Dunce.

The political arena leaves one no alternative, one must either be a dunceor a rogue.

Like all great men, John was the dunceat school.

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simpletonMeaning: A person who is felt to be deficient in judgment, good sense, or intelligence; a fool.

The instructions were so complicated that Monroe felt like she was a complete simpleton.

This is one of many words — such as moron, dummy, and dimwit — that insult a person’s intelligence. A simpleton is the opposite of a genius. However, the word simple implies more than lack of intelligence; it suggests being innocent or naive too.

So a simpleton could be considered a hillbilly or yokel as well as a dullard or dunce.

Eric’s silly antics at office parties have earned him a reputation as a simpleton.

Being a foolish simpleton, it was not unusual for the elderly man to believe everything he saw on television.


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cuckooMeaning: a silly or slightly crack brained person.

Evelyn, a cuckoo woman who wandered around town carefully gathering up useless trash.

Raj offered a completely cuckoo suggestion for using the defunct strip mall.

Cuckoo is referred to someone who has lost the plot and has no idea what time of day it is. They often talk incessantly about nothing in particular, regardless of whether you are listening to them or not.





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Chapter I:

Let’s Play Dirty


Chapter II:

Let’s Learn about God


Chapter III:

From Uncultured to Cultured People


Chapter IV:

Experiences do Matter


Chapter V:

Lets Learn About Family


Chapter VI:

What If you Want to Kill Someone


Chapter VII:

Lets Learn About Clever and Cheats


Chapter VIII:

Future Prediction and Foretelling


Chapter IX:

Top Class People- Achievers


Chapter X:

What Do You Fear


Chapter XI:

What Money Does


Chapter XII:

Angels In Disguise


Chapter XIII:

The Official Guide for Condemn


Chapter XIV:

No Human Being is Same


Chapter XV:

Degree of Flattering


Chapter XVI:

Class of Secrecy


Chapter XVII:

Lets Learn Foolish People


Chapter XVIII:

Whatsapp Words


Chapter XIX:

Are You A Braveheart?


Chapter XX:

Bon Appetite


Chapter XXI:



Chapter XXII:

Learn About Bad Tempered People


Chapter XXIII:

The Maniac Episode


Chapter XXIV:

People Are the Craziest Animals!

Chapter XXV:

Magic Of Sounds!

Chapter XXVI:

When Boredom Induces Sleep!

Chapter XXVII:

Smart People

Chapter XXVIII:


Chapter XXIX:

Praising People