Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Amanda Hugginkiss

The gym teacher at my elementary school is named Mike Mikes. I have a distant relative who named her daughter (or son maybe, I don't even know) Sirius. I knew a guy once who named his dog Deeohgee (think about it).
But this takes the cake for worst name ever.

7 comments:

sadielady said...

that's hilarious.

i have an uncle named jimmy who has a son named jimmy. we've always called them big jimmy and little jimmy. even though little jimmy is now a 6 foot 4 inch lanky greasy haired scary gothic drummer slash harley mechanic. yep, i'm from the south.

Ginzer said...

Gotta love it when google informs you that the name you picked out for your son is a bad idea.

penxv said...

In high school there was required "sophomore service" amongst the inner city schools in Cleveland.

The best names that were reported were...

Nosmo King (no smoking)

and the twins Orangello and Lemonjello (orange jello and lemon jello)

poor kids.

Anonymous said...

men's college basketball teams consistently have the best names i've ever heard - commander king (n. arizona), baskerville holmes (memphis), god shamgod (providence), sirvaliant brown (george washington) and the mapp brothers - scientific mapp (florida a&m) and majestic mapp (virginia)

Dangerous Mind said...

In college, a few of my friends took a road trip to Blacksburg, VA to meet some friends at Virginia Tech, and on the way there they stopped at a Wal-Mart. At the customer service desk, there was a woman named "Shithead". When they (obviously) stopped to stare at the nametag, the girl copped a 'tude with them and announced, "It's pronounced 'Shi-theed'."

Nye! said...

Here's a story about a player whose bio is no longer available, but it's a pretty solid name, and the title is a great pun: Mandic brings size, experience to Charlotte roster.

Anonymous said...

last year, UC's first basketball game was against the valparaiso crusaders. that was also jihad muhammad's first game at UC. the t.v. announcers kept saying ridiculous things like "jihad's tearing into the crusaders!" and "muhammad's really blowing up tonight." did they not stop to think about context?