You clearly have no idea what people are saying behind your back. You don’t seem to grasp what people are saying to your face.
In fact, you seem to be far more pleased with yourself than the facts or the opinions of others would justify.
Maybe you just don’t understand what the word repugnant means. The word repugnant is not positive.
Nor is the word maximum-repugnacious.
Maximum-repugnacious is a made-up word. People are coining new derogatory phrases to describe you–that’s bad.
The breadth of the English language doesn’t contain enough pejorative terms to adequately describe your horribleness.
Let’s look at the definition of the word repugnant:
distasteful, objectionable, or offensive:
a repugnant smell.
making opposition; averse.
opposed or contrary, as in nature or character.
When your name crops up in the same sentence as words like: repugnant, distasteful, objectional, offensive, malodorous, repulsive, vomit-inducing, or shit-for-brains, it isn’t positive.
Regardless of how many times you’ve been referred to as shit-for-brains, you never seem to take it as an insult.
Why do you think people don’t describe Albert Einstein as that shit-for-brains patent clerk who eventually did something sciency?
It would take a shit-for-brains person to say something like that about Albert Einstein. Do you remember the time you said that about Albert Einstein?
I guess my point is: your critics are voluminous and well deserved.
You’re probably readings this right now, chuckling to yourself, and thinking: I wonder who this is about.