Insults at Dinner
From Hook
00:00 - 02:13
2m 13s

Rufio uses adjectives to insult Peter Pan at the dinner table in front of the other Lost Boys. After some time, Peter Pan stands up for himself and replies with his own, creative insults. This is an excellent example of how powerful adjectives can be in language.


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