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A person disses you in a conversation and you want to make a comeback. Only problem is, is that you suck at coming up with comebacks. So how do you improve your comeback performance; how do you get better at throwing a diss right at those who just dissed you?
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Yeah I agree with the above poster. Who cares what that person has said about you? It doesn't change anything.

Life's too short to worry about your comebacks when someone disses you, and there are far, far, far more important things in life. Like the above poster said, if someone disses you then take it on the chin and ignore it, with the knowledge that whatever they think or say has absolutely no significance or effect on who you are as a person.
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take stewie with you
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Just laugh at them. Or say if someone says some dumb thing about you just laugh at how pathetic they are and say the comeback as a mean question that you know will embarrass them, instead of saying you’re a failed abortion say Does your mother wish she could abort children after they are born. Just pick on someone’s weak spot but only go as low as they do. I don’t really say much back so idk.
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