The Insultinator
The Insultinator

 

 WHAT IS THIS THING?

Hey! The Insultinator is a spiral-bound insult generator for the whole family! This tabletop calendar is great for home, work, on the moon, and with 54,872 harmless combinations it guarantees to provide loads of laughs!
(Check out our rewards for our super-secret NSFW XXX1/2 version...)

HOW DO I USE IT?

You might be asking yourself, "when and where do I use this thing?!" Great question, you Scabby Knuckle Pirate! Beyond being a handy calendar, there are endless opportunities to turn to your snarky new friend, The Insultinator. Here are just a few examples:

WHO IS IT FOR?

The Insultinator is perfect for you, your Mom, your best friend, AND makes for the perfect gift for anyone, anytime. Since the calendar never expires, think about stocking up for emergencies: no more forgetting Timmy's Birthday! No more not having a present for Aunt Betty's retirement party! Never again will you be caught without a gift for that neighbor who actually remembered to water your plants! Who will you give one to?

THE REWARDS

Developing, prototyping, and production all take lots of time and lots of money. We need your help to get over the initial production humpity-bump so we can gain momentum and bring more zany creations to life.

Backing this project means getting a copy (or five!) of The Insultinator delivered directly to you!

 

THE ORIGIN STORY

Hi! I'm Kay Kropp. Creator of The Insultinator. I'm a Painter, an Artist, a Creator, and all-around Professional lover of goofy stuff. I started ReallyReallyReallyNeatStuff.com as a way to bring my ideas to life. My first two products were inspired by the work I do for movies and television.

The Insultinator was inspired by the funniest guy I know, my Dad. He's always coming up with silly names for things. When I told him about this Kickstarter he was so proud. He even called me his "Little Entremanure." Thanks, Mom and Dad, for all of your support.

My Dad, the Original Insultinator.


My Dad, the Original Insultinator.

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