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June 13, 2018



1. Cheeky monkey - mischievous person


Usually said as a mild, playful rebuke.


"You ate all the cookies, you cheeky monkey!"


2. Slowpoke – someone who moves or does things in a particularly slow or sluggish manner


"Hurry up, slowpoke!"


3. Chatterbox - an extremely talkative person


4. Copycat - a person, esp a child, who imitates or copies another


5. Scrooge - a mean or miserly person ( after a character in Dickens' story "A Christmas Carol"(1843))


6. Grumpy  - having or showing a bad temper


Also  you can say  -  Mr.Grumpy or Miss Grumpy


7. Silly  - a word used for misbehaving children


 "Don't be a silly"


8. Lazybones - a lazy person


9. Crybaby - a person, esp a child, given to frequent crying or complaint


10. Daydreamer - someone who indulges in idle or absentminded daydreaming


11. Sleepy head - a sleepy person


A playful name for one who is tired


 "Get up, sleepy head, or else we'll be late!"


12. Meanie  (meany)  - mean or grouchy person 


"Come on! Don’t be such a meany"


13. Wet blanket – a person who discourages enjoyment or enthusiasm 


 "Don't be such a wet blanket-it will be fun!"


This expression alludes to smothering a fire with a wet blanket. [Early 1800s]


Source: https://www.thefreedictionary.com/




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