Need help with group names!?
I have two groups of kids, one from a town called Salem, one from Valley Heights. They are rivals. I can't come up with any good bad names for them to call each other, so if you could help, I'd appreciate it a lot!
(Salem is often associated with being poor and full of crime, while Valley Heights is considered the rich and snobby town.)
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
Main Entry: snob [snob] Show IPA/snɒb/ Show Spelled
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: person who looks down on others
Synonyms: braggart, highbrow, name-dropper, parvenu, pretender, smarty pants, stiff neck, upstart
noun: A self-righteously moralistic person who behaves as if superior to others.
Main Entry: dirty [dur-tee] Show IPA/ˈdɜrti/ Show Spelled
Part of Speech: adjective
Definition: soiled, unclean
Synonyms: bedraggled, begrimed, black, contaminated, cruddy, crummy, defiled, disarrayed, dishabille, disheveled, dreggy, dungy, dusty, filthy, foul, fouled, greasy, grimy, grubby, grungy, icky, lousy, messy, mucky, muddy, mung, murky, nasty, pigpen, polluted, raunchy, scummy, scuzzy, slatternly, slimy, sloppy, slovenly, smudged, smutty, sooty, spattered, spotted, squalid, stained, straggly, sullied, undusted, unhygienic, unkempt, unlaundered, unsanitary, unsightly, unswept, untidy, unwashed, yucky
- 9 years ago
Wait, which Salem is this-Oregon's capital, or the one famous for witch hunts?
If it's Massachusetts Salem, you could always have a reference to the witch hunts in it. Something about them being the Wicked Kids or something.
With Valley heights, you could always call them the Kids from the Valley... for some reason, 'valley' always seems to be associated with wealth in works of fiction.