William Benedix, in "The Life of Riley" used this on many shows.
Seems like something that Groucho Marx would say
to Groucho Marx:
check this out... you're totally right!
Actually, Daffy Duck said it first I believe.
It can be, to mean disgusting or repugnant (a revolting development) or actual revolt (revolting party members). Revolting is the present participle of the verb to revolt, and may be a verb, noun, or adjective.
Daffy Duck although it was originally said on The Life of Riley, a radio series from the 1940s
I threw up in a revolting way. The peasants are revolting!
What a revolting plan Mr. Hitler had.The peasants are revolting!
Because of his affair, it was pure irony when he said that daisy does loves him and that he loves her to.
That is the correct spelling of "revolting" (rebelling, or disgusting).
Revolting Rhymes was created in 1982.
The peasants are revolting!
Revolting Cocks was created in 1985.