Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Crazysop, Feb 16, 2005.
What is the worst possible name you could give to a child?
How about Mr and Mrs Killin who named their daughter Mercy, or Mr and Mrs Bush who named their two daughters Rose and Ivy.
Watch the simpsons and you'll get all Barts ones as well ;-)
I know if you say this quick it sound like something else:
bleeped out sorry:biggrin:
Sorry for the rude one on this
Mod intervention sorry Ian.... ott
Was watching Meet the Parents last night on DVD, cant get much worse than Gaylord M Focker!!
How very true....
How about Mr and Mrs Curtin who called their daughter Annette
apple. strange but true!
I think Homicidal Benny Boy is quite bad, Ben, what were your Mum and Dad thinking?
And anything rhyming is just cruel.
Lambert the Sec (Well it was nearly that!)
Boris.. my friend is dead set on calling her first child that!
(you get my drift )
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ....er no!
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I know a child called Dean Lane who goes to a school round here, which v funny to those who live in the Newton Heath/Failsworth area of Manchester, and I used to know a horn player called Sarah Driver whose mother was called Laurie. I kid you not!! :biggrin:
More recently I heard of a local school with a child called Ryan Ryan. Poor lad keeps getting into trouble because teachers don't believe he is called the same name twice and they think he's taking the mickey :tongue:
I think Pam Smith is a bobbins name too. Fancy being saddled with that
one of the teachers at my school had his heart set on calling his baby blob if it was a boy or blobette if it was a girl!
now..... what did Alice in "Vicar of Dibley" call her child......
Defo had tellybubbies in it..............
Any of the "virtue" names.
Grace will turn out to have all the poise of a stampeding hippo, Hope will become a depressive, Charity will be a miser and Chastity/Honour will almost certainly be cheap.
I once met someone called Gaylord.
Separate names with a comma.