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    I kid you not went to school with a Dick Burns and Steve Kladourous (he was greek)
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    My doctor that performs my colonoscopy every 5 years name is Dr. Brian Pugh he was destined to be a gastroenterologist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holyground View Post
    One of my friends growing up was named Mike Hunt.


    From Porky's not Fast Times at Ridgemont High.... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by trdking View Post
    My name is Randy Dickey I told my Mom I was naming my son Harry. She had a cow but it was never in the cards anyway. His name is Troy
    Should have named him after Nixon who everyone knew as Tricky Dicky.
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    After getting out of the U.S. Army in 1978, I worked for Sears Termite Pest Control for a short time. While searching for a home in the Maryville, Tennessee area that I was scheduled to inspect for Termites and other Pests, I drove by a mailbox that had the name of "Cough Ehrenzerer" or something like that. I even backed up and looked at the name again. It is hard to say for a fact that it was someone's name or just a joke but I often thought it might be a name of some new Cough Suppressant.
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    I went blank...but what about the name that wasin politics recently that was in trouble for porn or something that had the name that fit. I'm drawing a blank...I'll be back when I remember.

    added...Anthony Weiner....

    Funny how the name fits in to his ? Hobbies?
    Last edited by Nitric; Nov 26, 2018 at 08:40 PM.
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    Lookit Tha Size O' Those Hog-Mollies!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    Funny. Thanks guys. I needed that. It's STILL raining here and I'm very thankful it's not snow.

    Anyway, on an aside, I got a kick out of a placemat I had a long time ago at a now long closed restaurant in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Some of the place names in that county are, well, different, for instance:

    Puseyville, Intercourse, Mount Hope, Mount Joy, Leacock, Lampeter, Peach Bottom, and if there are any more, never mind. Now please realize these are small places.
    As an infant while dad and grandpa worked on the highway, I lived in West Middlesex and Intercourse....(Aaaah the Amish)...on a side note I once worked for a man named Dick Clapp....

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    I'm still laughing. Years ago I had someone give me their name and I almost choked on the phone it was so off, I don't know if I remember it now, but I'll think on it.
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    Sorry Honey, I can’t. I’ve got plans with my metal detector.

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    My moms dad, Gramps, passed away 5 years ago.
    His name was Napoleon Bonaparte Triplett.
    His best friend growing up in the hills of Kentucky was a boy named Peckerneck.
    He swore on his life it wasn’t a nickname.
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    Sorry Honey, I can’t. I’ve got plans with my metal detector.

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    Not dumb names, but here is a dumb story.....
    My wife’s sister had a kid, named her Emily.....ok
    3 months later, my wife’s brother and his wife had a girl themselves.
    Even though they had met baby Emily, she obviously didn’t make much of an impression on them.
    When they told us that their bundle of joy’s name was Emily, we were like huh?
    Dummies had no clue what sisters kid name was.
    So for the past 9 years the Emily’s are now known as Emily 1 and Emily 2.
    Or as I call them, a Thing 1 and Thing 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    I'm still laughing. Years ago I had someone give me their name and I almost choked on the phone it was so off, I don't know if I remember it now, but I'll think on it.
    So I have been fortunate enough to circle the globe. 9 times. At least. I have set foot on every continent (except antarctica which doesn't count) and have found myself in almost every British Colonized or former colonized country in the world. As most of you know Randy in any British Colonized Country means er... horny? SO anyway being a Randy Dickey has brought mixed expressions Similar to what Smokey has described above. I can't tell you how many gasps, chokes, excuse me's etc.. I have heard. My favorite over the phone "your name sir? Randy Dickey excuse me? Randy Dickey Hickey? no, Dickey Could you please spell that?" Oh the hysteria
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    My favorite reply to my daughters when they ask something is "Whatever". On that note, I guess it is a good thing my last name is not Crap or Dam and that me and the ex did not have a son because I would have probably named him "Who Givesa Crap" or "Who Givesa Dam".

    By the way, who in the right mind would name their' kid "Moon Zappa"??!! Did Frank have a Ray Gun that the Ray could reach the Moon or did she go around Mooning everybody before she was named? Or how about Dweezil Zappa"? I mean, did the poor kid Dweezil all over the place before being given that name??!! And don't even get me started on their' middle names. Of course, I am not even sure Dweezil has a middle name but Moon Unit, come on now.
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    Grew up with a Tom Sawyer in my school. I was actually envious that he had that name as I was a big Tom Sawyer fan.
    As a young teen I was skateboarding and a police officer stopped us. He asked for all our names. This was before we had id's. I told him my name was Bob Smith... of course it wasn't! He was another kid I went to school with. Many years later I worked with a different Bob Smith... so I had to tell the guy about it. Went to school with a kid named Goff... father was named Jack.
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    reminded me of P.I. 65 Whats ur name boy? gable sir clark
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    I knew a guy named Harry Mann...I think his parents named All their 7-8 kids like that on purpose. I can't remember all of their names except there was a sister named Sharon A. Mann.

    Every kid had some reference to a Man. On some, there was No Middle Name, just an initial.

    Kace
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