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  1. ssj4sadie

    ssj4sadie Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Had a conversation with a few friends about it being ****ing retarded to take a normally spelled name and change letters to sound the same yet be "unique". Turns out one dude did that with his 3 kids...
     
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    03Sssnake TK-421 Established Member Beer Money Bros.

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    First week on a job years ago I was introduced to a guy. Mr. Richard Sweat. "Call me Dick" he said. I shit you not.

    Harry Colon used to play linebacker for the Lions. I thought that was amusing.
     
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    Snake Pliskin Teen Idol Established Member

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    Knew a lady whose first and middle names were Queen Elizabeth.
    Couple named a newborn Lemonjelo
     
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    Troponin Well-Known Member Established Member

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    HA! That's another good one.
     
  7. Deceptive

    Deceptive Brad's Spirit Donkey Premium Member Established Member

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    My father worked for the state doing low income housing weatherization many years ago. They were working in a house in which a woman was preggo. The women were discussing names and the mother to be came up with "Toowalla", forgive my spelling I am unsure if it is right but you get the picture.


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    IllCobra Active Member Established Member

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    If you want a good American name think of verbs: Mark, Bob, Dustin, Chuck, Bill, Will, Buck, Chase, Ward, Drew, Cain, Skip, Jack, Lance, Nick, Pat, Rob, Chip, etc. etc.
     
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    My father worked with a dude named "Ben Dover" in the early 90s.

    There is some unfortunate individual in Sturbridge MA with the name "Gay Mahn"

    Too add to the long list of "Richards" in this thread, I spoke with a guy named "Richard Dick" at a biotech conference in 2010. Yes, he told me to call him "Dick."

    Last year I received an email with a resume from a technical staffing company- the interviewee was named "Runhe Diarheya." Turns out the last name is pronounced "duh-yar-ha" and it was not a joke.
     
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    Seen a new born named lucifer. Was in a cps case and the judge ordered them to change his name.


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    There's an older lady that frequents my business her name is Iona Bierwagen. ("I own a beer wagon") The only other one I can think of is I once had a guy working for me his name was Clifford Olson, same name as a famous serial killer here in BC, Canada.
     
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    There was/is a fellow of the white race who actually named his son *Hitler. True story. It was funny, the father had a courf date, unrelated to his boy bein named hitler, dad showed up, for court in a full nazi germany uniform. Lmao

    "Not so funny MEOW, is it?"
     
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    Had my eldest sister been a boy, he would have been named Laplace Einstein after my fathers two favorite physicists.
     
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    You done messed up A A Ron!
     
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    I had a customer at the carwash with the name La-a (Ladasha, confirmed to be spelled La-a on ID).

    In middle school, I had a Shithead in my English class (pronounced Sha-thee-ad)...yeah, it was hilarious to a bunch of prepubescent kids.
     
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    A Hispanic guy here at work has "Adolph H" on his hard hat.
     
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    Dr. Gonzo We're in Bat Country Established Member

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    Dick Trickle the NASCAR driver
     
  20. Junior00

    Junior00 You're Wrong Premium Member Established Member

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    Please, had twins in class named Oranjello & Yellanjello. Apparently they were named after the parents two favorite colors of...Jello. Bet you'll never guess what culture they were a part of.
     

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