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Unfortunate names
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http://www.worldwideinterweb.com/item/57...story.html

I knew a guy named Dick Sweatlick. He named his son Dick too, so anytime someone called his home he'd answer the phone "Big Dick here." hah
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I often drive by a church here whose former pastor was Reverend Horny.
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#3
There is a Jim Swallows Realty company here.
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#4
When I worked for Travelers our HR lady was named Denise Cockburn. Pronounced Co-burn. But you know their kids were busted on endlessly. I couldn't marry a dude with that last name.
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#5
There was a girl in junior high named Cher. I haven't met anyone with that name since.

I kinda like 'Cher', it's better than my first name. But, I wouldn't want it if it came with her last name. Beaver.

Cher Beaver. I truly felt bad for her.
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#6
In high school, we had a German exchange student named Andreas Krapp(pronounced crop).
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#7
I went to HS with an Asian gal named Anna Ma.
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#8
Saw someone in the Baltimore phone book by the name of Frank N. Stein.
Hey..speaking of names, hear all the hoopla about Facebook being all hot and bothered about people using fake names? Started with Drag Queens wanting to use their stage names. WTF..there is a good one here named Darienne Lake. Hey, that could be a real name.

I think I will go change my name to Queen Bee. See how long before I go to FB jail.
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#9
I worked with a guy named Nunzio Gupolouni. hah We called him Nunz.
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#10
I used to work with a guy named Grover Bonenberger.

He looked the part.
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#11
I used to date a chick named Lovey Motel
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#12
We had a customer named Ms. BigMoutain once. She wasn't native American either. She looked like she came off the boat from Ireland.
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(10-03-2014, 06:11 PM)sally Wrote: We had a customer named Ms. BigMoutain once. She wasn't native American either. She looked like she came off the boat from Ireland.
Speaking of Native Americans, I know a T'hono chul dude called Three, Three, Three. It's his first, middle and last name complete with commas legally.
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#14
I have a friend and his real name is pooo bear, for his first and middle name. Growing up and once he got to elementary school I think his parents realized what they did when he got teased horribly. So they told him he could pick any name he wanted to be called at school and he chose billy. So when I met him some people called him by his real name and some called him billy. He just didn't look like a billy and I couldn't call him that.

Also when I use to work in the property management field prior to my accident, there was a strong ethnic group that lives across the street and in the immediate area of Microsoft. Some of the names of them, You just have to ask what they want to be called because there is just no way I could ask for a mr. Damit or a mr. Manmeet there was one more that I remember easily and it was ashfuck, mr. Ashfuck. Lmao sorry they still make me giggle.
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#15
I imagine it would be awkward to introduce yourself as Pooo Bear. Like on a job interview for example. "Hi I'm Pooo Bear, nice to meet you. I think I have a lot to offer your company".
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(10-27-2014, 11:46 AM)sally Wrote: I imagine it would be awkward to introduce yourself as Pooo Bear. Like on a job interview for example. "Hi I'm Pooo Bear, nice to meet you. I think I have a lot to offer your company".

Unless it's for a honey company.
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#17
Poo bear is my daughter's family nick name, but we are forbidden to use it in public.
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#18
Lots of people call there kids poohs or the pooh bear. My daughter is the pooh bear because she smells and acts like a pooh bear. I've been calling her that since she was born. Her name is Jayne though and she is a Jayne 100%.
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Jayne - Jade. I think that's close enough to call for the Twilight Zone theme song. They are doppelgangers.
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#20
I thought about the name Jade too, but my mom's middle name is Jane so I went with that. I just put the Y in for the hell of it, I think it looks better.
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