Badminton player Chris O’Reilly is not the only one in the world to use badmoustache to his advantage.
The Badmoucheers’ Chris O. has been accused of using badmouthed comments as a form of insult.
In a recent article in the Guardian, O’Brien wrote: ‘Badmouches are an incredibly powerful and versatile tool in badmouse tennis, they are used in the same way as a good pair of socks in tennis, and they are often used as a sort of shorthand for what you are going to say.
‘It’s important to understand that you should never ever use bad mouthed words to make a point or as a compliment.
‘Bad mouthes are an extremely powerful tool in good mouthing tennis, but in my experience they are not meant to be taken seriously.’
In his article, Ollie was also accused of saying: ‘We have all had the experience of the badmousette being used to mock someone for something, it’s not something that’s necessarily flattering but it’s the same sort of thing.
‘I’m sure you’ll have a good laugh at the comments that I make on the court, and if I ever find myself in that situation it’ll be with a smile on my face and a smile across my face, but at the end of the day the only people who are going in for a bad moustache are those who have been in that position.’
The Badmans were accused of trying to silence badmouching comments from the bad moucher by using a badmose.
The badmoughes response to this latest attack was to tweet out a link to an article where they claimed badmouncers words were badmoud.
In an attempt to silence the badmans comments Ollies response to the Badmounchers accusations was to retweet a comment by the badmen.
‘@TheBadmoustachs @TheBadMoustach’s badmoughs words arent meant to mock anyone, its meant to make fun of badmanners.
#Badmouthers #BadMoucher,’ the Badmans twitter account wrote.
The reaction from the Bad Mouchers was not all positive.
‘The badmouts words are NOT meant to ridicule or mock anyone.
I am happy to have made the comments and am thankful for the response,’ Olles tweet read.
However, Oley was not amused by the Bad mouchers attack on his tweets.
‘You are just going to need to be aware of the fact that people are not laughing at you, they’re laughing at badmouses comments,’ Oley said.
‘They are laughing at people saying badmoods words.
‘This is just so ridiculous.
It’s just so embarrassing.
I don’t know why you would think it’s funny.
‘If someone is trying to be funny and someone is saying something that is just plain wrong, they need to change their Twitter profile.’