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#1 Posted on 7.10.03 2208.50
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For making you go through life with this name. (coldwellbankerpbr.com)

I'm sorry, I just can't stop laughing.

-Jag
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#2 Posted on 7.10.03 2243.22
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And the poor thing has to live in Kitchener, too...

edit: And how you found this is beyond me, Jag. I don't even want to know what you were searching for...

(edited by Bullitt on 7.10.03 2144)
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#3 Posted on 7.10.03 2304.46
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Thank the Penny-Arcade Forums for this one. They have too many trolls/idiots/flamers over there for my tastes, but I occasionally pickup gems like this one from them.

-Jag
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#4 Posted on 7.10.03 2349.48
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Welll, on the subject of really pathetic and just plain wrong names...

My brother used to work for a man named (I kid you not) Harry Dick.

And my brother's best friend's father's name was Dick Munsch.

Now just try living with either of those killers.
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#5 Posted on 8.10.03 0025.32
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I used to work with a Mike Hunt - he preferred to be called Mick :-)
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#6 Posted on 8.10.03 0117.58
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Courteney Cox was once on Letterman, and Dave asked her father's name. "Richard," she answered. Dave picked up on it and started to chuckle, and then the studio audience started to slowly catch on as well. Courteney, however, didn't pick up on it.
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#7 Posted on 8.10.03 0122.22
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I also went to highschool with a Mike Hunt (he perfered Michael) and a Phuc Ngo...
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#8 Posted on 8.10.03 0135.58
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    Originally posted by Big Bad
    Courteney Cox was once on Letterman, and Dave asked her father's name. "Richard," she answered. Dave picked up on it and started to chuckle, and then the studio audience started to slowly catch on as well. Courteney, however, didn't pick up on it.


Some people are stupid. Some people are really stupid. There's a whole level of uber-stu[id for people who don't get Dick Cox. That said, my dad worked for a German guy named Jack Meihof. (My-hof)
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#9 Posted on 8.10.03 0200.03
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    Originally posted by gugs
    Some people are stupid. Some people are really stupid. There's a whole level of uber-stu[id for people who don't get Dick Cox. That said, my dad worked for a German guy named Jack Meihof. (My-hof)


There used to be a British childrens show called, I think "Captain Pugwash" In it were characters called Master Bates, Seaman Stains and Roger the Cabin Boy. It was around for a few years before the censors worked it out and banned it!
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#10 Posted on 8.10.03 0655.02
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One fellow I work with knew a guy named Peter Drippin. And I always have to chuckle when I deal with one company rep named Dick Pinkelman.
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#11 Posted on 8.10.03 0719.15
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One of my best friend's last names is Dover. I am begging him to name his first born son Ben.
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#12 Posted on 8.10.03 0737.54
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At a research seminar I went to, the presentor in his acknowledgements had a grad student name Kok Long. I have a friend whos boss was named Candice Barr (though that isn't as dirty as some of these other ones).
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#13 Posted on 8.10.03 1106.28
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I have a friend whose Vietamese name is Phuc Du Long. When he got to the States and enrolled in school, the first thing the counselor did was give him an American name. Also, a secretary where I work said that she used to work for a stock broker who had a client named Beaker Seaman.
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#14 Posted on 8.10.03 1134.55
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Wow; compared to all these people, my slightly-funny last name is nothing.
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#15 Posted on 8.10.03 1226.55
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I know a guy named Rob Seimon. (See-mon)

And I watched NASCAR one time, and was thrilled by Dick Trickle.

But Jag won this time. I haven't laughed that hard as a result of the Weinerboard in a while.
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#16 Posted on 8.10.03 1234.44
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I only ask that you not laugh at my former NH representative, Dick Swett. Hey, Bill Clinton made him the Ambassador to Denmark!
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#17 Posted on 8.10.03 1438.07
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Politics seems to be the only place where you can find a lot of people named 'Dick' nowadays (Cheney, Gephardt, and the immortal Dick Armey).


    There used to be a British childrens show called, I think "Captain Pugwash" In it were characters called Master Bates,


I was watching a golf tournament a few years back that was being commentated on by the great English broadcaster Peter Alliss. The group was Pat Bates and (I think) Robert Allenby, and both men hit nice long drives. Alliss then goes "And a pair of excellent drives for Master Allenby and Master..." and then he cut himself off as he realized that he was about to say. There was a long silence afterwards, which meant either Alliss was being reamed out or the other announcers were laughing so hard they couldn't continue.
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#18 Posted on 8.10.03 1455.27
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May I add in a guy I met once named Peter Puffer?

(spelled exactly like that)

Steph

P.S. If my first name was Gaye, I believe I would change it outright.
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#19 Posted on 8.10.03 1502.14
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I must admit to having a Grandfather named Harold Nipple. I am sure my mother had a very hard childhood....
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#20 Posted on 8.10.03 1538.43
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A buddy of mine who was in the Navy served alongside a woman whose rank and last name... Seaman Guzzler.

Man. That ain't right.
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