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post #61 of 86
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Originally Posted by mferr84
sounds like: fur-air-ruh i dont know if that helps

anderson is an okay name, easier to say and spell anyway... cant wait to have it again!
Okay, so I had it right then. So.... ummmmm... can your dad get me a discount on Anderson bats? He must
be related. I mean.... how many Andersons can there be in North America?
post #62 of 86
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Originally Posted by CJandBilly
I got one for you... my sister got married to a man with the last name of Felter. Her co-workers made of her name... she was then known as:

Toni Felter-Bunns and LIKED IT!
My husband once knew a woman whose maiden name was Bent, and her husband's last name was Dick, so she became Marsha Bent-Dick. I kid you not.

If my grandmother were to add all of her last names together she'd be Elaine Finger Dye Marks....but she just goes by Marks, thank goodness!
post #63 of 86
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Originally Posted by Hydroaxe
Okay, so I had it right then. So.... ummmmm... can your dad get me a discount on Anderson bats? He must
be related. I mean.... how many Andersons can there be in North America?
oh, of course,we are the only ones... didnt ya know, our house is right next to the factory, i will just run over there and swipe a few for ya!
post #64 of 86
my maiden name was whiley and at school i used to get wile - e -coyote

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Remember that thread about what we hate about our bodies?? Well, I started, ahem, "blooming" in about 5th or 6th grade. I was always well-endowed (still am, dammit) AND my last name is. . . . . .




WOOTERS

Kinda speaks for itself, don't it??





sorry.....your post made me laugh!


felicia
post #65 of 86
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Hydroaxe
Hey Cheryl, I had no idea your last name was part of your username! To bad you've heard them all. Maybe I could think up some new ones though.
Really? I took the C in Cheryl and Cocco and came up with ccocco and since I love cats, just added that to it. Hence ccoccocats

I'm a Genius! BTW Ryan I would L O V E it if YOU were to come up with some good ones. I think, personally, you have the greatest sense of humor. I so much love it.
post #66 of 86
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by CJandBilly
Go for it... we all know you're just joking
Hey Cassie, I would, but, you never confirmed if your last name was Bunn? Let me know and I'll take it from there.
post #67 of 86
Ye-es, it is.
post #68 of 86
Thread Starter 
Joke #1:
Cassie the "Crumb Bunn"





Joke #2:

Two guys in a diner:
1st guy: Hey Cassie can I have one of your buns, they look pretty good?
2nd guy: Her buns aren't all they're CRACKED up to be!!!!!
post #69 of 86
My grade 3 French teacher's last name was Dick. Madame Dick (we would call her My Dam* Dick)! Oh, and her husband's name was Harry... I kid you not!!
post #70 of 86
My last name is Armitage. Not many people know how to pronounce it.
It's Arm-a-tage. (last part sounds like age)

I don't remember too many jokes about it.. only one from a kid who used to be on my bus stop in the 6th or 7th grade.. he used to call me "Katie ArmNHammer". I used to hate him for it. But I got the best.. *his* name was Tracey Hippensteel. haha I had fun with that!

I think the worst was a kid I used to go to high school with.. His name was........

Marinos Marinos Marinos!!
First, middle AND last. No wonder he was such a jerk!
post #71 of 86
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Originally Posted by ccoccocats
Really? I took the C in Cheryl and Cocco and came up with ccocco and since I love cats, just added that to it. Hence ccoccocats

I'm a Genius! BTW Ryan I would L O V E it if YOU were to come up with some good ones. I think, personally, you have the greatest sense of humor. I so much love it.
Well I would, but then I'd have to give up my last name and I don't want it to come up in internet searches, so I don't want to post it.
post #72 of 86
Well, I won't really go into much detail but my maiden name was Kelly Walls. You can come up with tons of terrible nicknames with a name like that. Believe me, I heard them all!!!
post #73 of 86
Awww, Kelly... don't WALLow in your shame!
post #74 of 86
Thread Starter 
Ryan I think we got confused here. This was your quote.

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Originally Posted by Hydroaxe
Hey Cheryl, I had no idea your last name was part of your username! To bad you've heard them all. Maybe I could think up some new ones though.
And I answered you with this:

Quote:
Originally Posted by ccoccocats

Ryan I would L O V E it if YOU were to come up with some good ones. I think, personally, you have the greatest sense of humor. I so much love it.
Then you answered this:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Hydroaxe
Well I would, but then I'd have to give up my last name and I don't want it to come up in internet searches, so I don't want to post it.
Now I'm posting this:

Why do you have to give up your last name (even though I know it ) to come up with some new jokes about MY last name?
post #75 of 86
My last name is Fitch....

You can imagine all the stuff that was sung about me lol

My mums maiden name has to be the worse though,

Fuggle
post #76 of 86
My last name is Dyche. I've been called so many names, when people try to pronounce it. There has only been maybe about 5 people in my life that has pronounced it the right way and was I surprised! The worst was when I was in school and the teachers and principle would announce my name.

The 'I' is pronounced like the 'I' in Ice and the 'E' is silent.

It's pronounced D-ī-ch
post #77 of 86
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Originally Posted by OllyExtra05
My husband once knew a woman whose maiden name was Bent, and her husband's last name was Dick, so she became Marsha Bent-Dick. I kid you not.
Holy moly!
post #78 of 86
I heard some good ones growing up pertaining to a couple of other children. When I was in high school there were 3 girls (2 older twins, one a few years younger) that went to my school who's last name was Raabe, pronounced like rabie. Couple that with the fact that these girls were all a little wild...some people found the name just too fitting for their behavior.

My mom was a teacher for quite a few years and once had a little girl in her class with the last name Raper. She always felt very sorry for her.

Mom also had a teacher friend who had twin boys in her class whose first names were Orangejello and Lemonjello. I kid you not. SOOOOOOO mean on the part of the parents.

When I was about 9, I was in Children's Musical Theatre in town and there was a boy there whose name was Ashley Hull...except he always wanted to go by Ash. Imagine the hysterics as everyone called out "AshHull, AshHull!"
post #79 of 86
Well mine was Booher, So I got called BOO-HER, BOOKER, BOGGER and then it didn't help 1st name was Lois, So I got called Low ass- No ass because mostly I didn't have one at all and as an adult I am 4'11' so I was pretty darn low to the ground back then
post #80 of 86
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Originally Posted by katspixiedust
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Mom also had a teacher friend who had twin boys in her class whose first names were Orangejello and Lemonjello. I kid you not. SOOOOOOO mean on the part of the parents....
I've heard this one before. Presumably they're supposd to be pronounced Oh-RON-gelo and Li-MON-gelo.

Not much you can do with "Riley" ! However my "real" first name is Cecilia. The only problem I ever had was this girl in my freshman HS class who would start singing the Simon & Garfunkel song every time she saw me. I swear I wanted to strangle her !

Fortunately I've got a pretty good eye/ear as to how names are pronounced and have on more than one occasion surprised someone when I pronounced their name correctly. I will admit that "Dyche" threw me though! I probably would've ventured either "Ditch" or "Dikey" as the pronounciation.

Cindy
post #81 of 86
Quote:
Originally Posted by katspixiedust
Mom also had a teacher friend who had twin boys in her class whose first names were Orangejello and Lemonjello. I kid you not. SOOOOOOO mean on the part of the parents.

Were they originally from Savannah? Katherine, my mom taught kids with the same names! She also had a friend who taught a kid whose name was pronounced "Shatheed" but it was spelled "Sh*thead". How cruel can a parent be??
post #82 of 86
I used to be called Butter
hence butera
post #83 of 86
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Originally Posted by ugaimes

Were they originally from Savannah? Katherine, my mom taught kids with the same names! She also had a friend who taught a kid whose name was pronounced "Shatheed" but it was spelled "Sh*thead". How cruel can a parent be??
As a nurse, my mom has heard some real winners as far as baby names. Last year, a woman came in and gave birth to a baby girl. She named her daughter "Ash * holy" but spelled it As*hole. My mom, the other nurses and even the woman's doctor tried telling her about the spelling etc, and she wouldn't change it! There was also a girl born named Marajuana Pepsi Jackson (named after her parents two favorite things). She had her name legally changed the minute she turned 18. I think she just goes by Mary Jackson now.


I have met a family through teaching who named their son Wrage pronounced Rage, and named his younger sister who will enter kindergarten this fall Wriot pronounced riot.

I just don't understand why any parent would give their kids a name that opens them to ridicule
post #84 of 86
wow are these people mental?

Here in germany you arent allowed to name your kids like that, not even after fruit or veggies unless you can prove that its a common name in the country youre from!
post #85 of 86
Quote:
Originally Posted by ugaimes

Were they originally from Savannah? Katherine, my mom taught kids with the same names! She also had a friend who taught a kid whose name was pronounced "Shatheed" but it was spelled "Sh*thead". How cruel can a parent be??
Wow now that's odd!

And that seconds part...... how could anyone DO that?! Some people!
post #86 of 86
Had a friend whose mother worked for the county Health Department, you know, with all the women's health posters on the wall. . . She overheard one of the moms-to-be remarking "Sif-FILE-us, now that's a pretty name for a girl!"


Mom had been reading an info poster on Syphilis. Yes, that's a lovely name for a child!
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