|Mar 16, 2015, 07:56 AM|
Funny Names People Give their Kids
Some people ruthlessly name their kids. I don't know why.
Now if you last name is Doff, why in the world name him Jack ?
Everywhere Jack Doff goes, people will get belly laughs at him. At ceremonies, it will cause great disturbance to call him to the podium. Jack Doff, please step up to the microphone. HA HA HA HA ahhh HA HA HA. He might go nuts.
The staff at the mental hospital has offered give him a name change and to have a secretary handle the it for him so he doesn't have to endure the insult while handling it himself. Actually I do not see any use in the name change because the situation could be worse if people find out he used to be Jack Doff not any more. No, not any more.
|Mar 16, 2015, 09:10 AM|
When my gal was doing collections, she got a guy on the phone with the last name of Weird. I can just see it: "What's your name?" "It's Weird." "OK but what IS it?"
Working retail I saw all kindsa funny (or not) names. On one woman's charge card, it showed her first name as Gonorrhea. Not kidding!
|Mar 16, 2015, 05:38 PM|
United States, NJ, Browns Mills
Joined May 2005
My wife worked in an urban school system. One girl, whose family liked Japanese food, named their girl Hiroshima, because it sounded nice...
Another girl had a name native to her home country: Manoor, pronounced "Manure"...
|Mar 16, 2015, 05:51 PM|
Some of these names are real killers.
Easton West (and of course Weston East)
Cheri Pitts, Harry Pitts
Chip Stone (sculptor)
Chris P. Bacon
Chuck U. Farley
Claire Annette Reed
Corey O. Graff
Count Dunn, Count Orff
Coyne Flatt (real person)
Crystal Ball (real person)
Crystal Claire Waters
Crystal Glass, Crystal Metheney, Crystal Snow
D. Kay, DDS
Dan D. Lyons, Dan Deline
Here are a bunch of them. Be careful parents.
|Mar 16, 2015, 09:00 PM|
I worked with a guy who went to McGill University. He said there was a Chinese gal he would see in the cafeteria, and people would walk up to her, words would exchange and they'd do a spit take if they were drinking something. Curious, he went up to her one day and said "hi, name's John, what's yours?" She said something in Chinese and then said it means "swallow." Phhbbtt!
|Mar 17, 2015, 02:40 AM|
I had a friend whose last name was High, lived on Grass St. here. So when he phoned for a delivery and told them where he was, " I'm high on grass" usually meant an instant hangup
|Mar 17, 2015, 01:50 PM|
But hey, maybe it's possible. My parents knew somebody named Theodore Bear..
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