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glasses + dark hair + male = "OI! HARRY POTTER!"
v. tall + thin + male = "OI! PETER CROUCH!"
shouted "Did you jus' fall off a fuckin' cross, son?!" at me the moment I walked in to the pub.
Oi Napoleon Dynamite/Ron Weasley
oh, never mind.
bit niche, but heard it four or five times
(little do the people who shout this know that publicly identifying yourself as someone who thinks that the characters in The Inbetweeners are role models makes you a total failure in life)
Jogger = RUN FOREST, RUN!
Then again, I would never ever heckle strangers on the street, so who knows.
i turned round to look and then ran straight into a very old lady.
i missed the bus.
OI, WHAT'S THE WEATHER LIKE UP THERE?
and slightly tubby aswell.
If you get called a hobbit aswell, I feel ya pain, bruv.
Oi, nice afro!
Sigh, have you actually seen an afro?
Anything over grade 2 = If you see a mullet, pull it!
along with comical attempts to refloat
I was playing football in the park with a bunch of mates, many of whom were very stoned.
My curly hair went all bouffant and one of the guys was ''hehehe, you look like Chewbacca''
The nickname stuck for a long time...some of them still call me ''Chewie''.
OH I AM SO HURT BY YOUR CUTTING REMARK ;_;
Cos she had purple hair, then after a small pause 'I'VE SHAGGED YOUR GRANDAAAAA'
I love car heckling
hadnt brushed my hair
Every day for about a fortnight the builders would shout something *hilarious* at me - JESUS! RUN FOREST RUN! The whole fucking back catalogue.
One day, tired of their non stop insults after one comment like *Where are you going, the barbers is that way!* I snapped and shouted *Enjoy the manual labour bending your back out of shape you FUCKING PEASANTS*
And everyone went silent and they all looked really sad. And I felt ashamed of myself, not least cos my dad does actually suffer from several conditions brought on by his job. Still, it fucking shut them up.
Several miscreant youths pulled up in a car next to my brother once and went *Oi mate, the hairdressers is that way* huhhuhhuhuhhuh. His response *Yeah and so's the job centre. And your mother. Who I just finished fucking. In the arse. Now fuck off and let me get some fried chicken*. That was when I knew he truly was my brother
That reply seems harsh.
I have also received various drive-by ``fnrhagh-getahaircutmatewanker-lkjsdf`` type remarks. They could at least slow down so I could make out exactly what they're saying - most of the time I miss the crux of the jibe and just hear self-satisfied laughter as they drive away.
BUT why should it be permitted as an almost national sport that these geezers can shout remarks based on the perceived characteristics of innocent passers by, who more often than not are by themselves and outnumbered, and who the majority of times just have to suck it up and get on with their day despite the severity or barb of the insult. No wonder people snap sometimes and retort.
I once told a guy who told me to 'cheer up love, it might never happen' that my mum had just died (she hadn't) and to this day I still feel awful about the look on his face. bet he doesn't make that remark too often now.
when this was said to me.
I've cheered up since so I don't get it anymore.
is hardly a pesonal jibe though! patronising yes but bit harsh oeufy!
But Jackie Chan is fucking awesome so I don't care!
"OI MATE, WHAT IS IT THAT MAKES YOU DRESS LIKE A DICK?"
thats like a deep psychologial street heckle. What IS it that makes you dress like a dick?
Stupid 1920 mustache, dungaress with the legs rolled up, flat cap, t shirt that probably had a picture of a frowning Hitler on it sayin WHY I CRY?
Out of nowhere this 15 year old rude boy bowled up to him *BRUV, you look like a CUNT. Sort it* and walked off
This kid should be employed as some sort of 'Bellend Tzar' and let loose on East London
...FROM SOMEONE IN PRISON.
(i was not in prison at the time. reading prison is in the town centre, and this character had managed to open a tiny window and was using his time to shout at people.)
Longish coat + stripy scarf + devilishly handsome man rocking the geeky look (i.e. me) = OI! DOCTOR WHO!
someone once yelled this at me from a moving car with a broad grin on his face
still not sure what to make of it
is obviously more common though
Why am I never heckled, I feel so unremarkable :(
and these ladsladslads walked past me and said "Hey the green WORKS!" at me. That was a difficult day.
Why did you not take it as a compliment? Man, the green WORKS! I hope you still wear it.
construction workers shouting "nice tits/legs/arse!" etc - not really what i was getting at in the OP, though I guess it is heckling!
construction workers shouting: "OI! VICKI POLLARD*!" or something like that: that's what I'm talking about
*obvs I'm sure you've never been compared to vicki pollard... just not sure what I'd heckle you with if I was a construction worker.
but I'm obviously suitably generic looking that I usually tend to just get the bogstandard normally.
Walked all the way from Bristol to Keynsham. In a remote(ish) area, from the other bank, a couple of ne'er do wells kept shouting "batty! batty boy! bbaaaaaatttyyyy" and chuckling to themselves. I ignored them, the nearest crossing point was a good mile away but I couldn't be arsed pointing out what a bunch of utter cockends they were for pretending to be Jamaican and the hypocrisy of calling someone gay by shouting at a lone male from across a river in an effeminate manner.
but the most succinct heckle I ever got was in Darlington, lunchtime, walking from sixth form to the town centre, I just heard the word "BOGGEEEEEEERRRRRRR!" shouted from across the street, then got twatted in the back of the head with a half a Greggs pasty. Decent aim, like.
A car drove past, and the man in the passenger seat rolled down the window and shouted to her "Can I sniff your saddle?". It was rather unexpected but she seemed to take it in her stride.
OI OI BIG TITS!
"Hey you guys!"
I get this a lot, despite being fat, rather than muscular.
I suppose they thought they were great wits altogether.
Prob serves me right for often wearing black jeans, having facial hair and long dark messy hair ...
yes mr shout what you see, what do you want?
I've got blonde hair.
Hence since the age of 18 I've only left the house wearing contact lenses.
OH FUCK, HERE COMES GINGER JESUS.
I'm not even a man.
Also, two strangers who were stood behind me in a queue once got out a pack of marshmallows and pretended to roast them on my hair. That was odd.
theyve pretty much just given up now. they just you "OI YOU. FUCKIN HELL"
someone once rolled down their window and yelled 'ALRIGHT HONKY" at me and/or my boyfriend. I think i missed the part where we live in Detroit.
'Oh mate, you got a nose you could hunt with!'
I laughed. I like big noses.
Tall, thinnish, dark hair, glasses, occasionally with a beard => MANY OF THE ABOVE
Personal favourite: after dying my hair and getting it wrong, some girl shouted "who dyed your hair, mate? It looks shit"
Couldn't really say anything back. I'd got a friend to do it when she was drunk.
and a group of lads in the pub kept shouting OI! MUSLIM! YEAH YOU! BEARD! AAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH MUSLIM!
Some yoot were entering a kebab shop that my friend (who has long hair and a beard) and I (cuddly with glasses) were leaving. They waited for us to cross the road before unleashing, "Hey, Benjamin Franklin!" at us.
We spent two days trying to work out which of us had been heckled and eventually decided that, seeing as Ben Franklin invented glasses, it must be me.
Surely the most obscure heckle ever. I almost wanted to find those boys and congratulate their application of trivia.
as i walked home through a less salubrious part of lisbon a man with no teeth jumped out of the shadows and bellowed at me in portuguese 'i want to break your vagina'
scared the bejesus out of me
I still have no fucking clue what they were on about.
Sadly I was a fat, pasty white kid.
OI WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE FROM?
some yoot once shouted 'who wears the trousers?' at us when steve had longer hair