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A judge in New Zealand ruled that parents can't name their kid Talula Does The Hula.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080724/ap_on_re_au_an/new_zealand_bizarre_names


This makes me wonder what would be the very worst name you could give a kid to guarantee he or she gets beat up three times a day. You can play at home. How about...


Yormoms Uskank


Awanna Feelya


Punchme Hardasyucan


Inailed Yursister


Whatsituyu Ayhole

 
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Jul 24, 2008
How does one turn off E-mail updates, if one inadvertently checked the "notify me" box during a post?
 
 
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Jul 24, 2008
Here's a couple of name suggestions guaranteed to get your kids daily "swirleys" and/or "wedgies":

1. Newt Gingrich

2. Mitt Romney
 
 
Jul 24, 2008
I always want to beat up people named "Duke".

I know a Thai girl whose actual name is Melon !$%*!$%*!$%*!$%* Her sister is !$%*!$%* !$%*!$%*!$%*!$%*

Japan High court keep ruling out parents for naming their babies "The Devil" in Japanese. Apparently there are many ways to name a baby the devil, using puns and homophone. So even with the regulation of only 2200 Kanji allowed to be used as name, creative parents just never give up.
 
 
Jul 24, 2008
Ah, the urban myths continue.

When will we get to Ronly Bonly?
 
 
Jul 24, 2008
When I lived in Mississippi, I met two girls with names pronounced leh-mon-gel-oh and O-runge-gel-oh.

Yes, they were spelled lemon jello and orange jello.
 
 
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Jul 24, 2008
Then one could go for the truth-in-advertising names.

Condombrokebut Hetoldmehehadavasectomy Nowtheresapaternitysuitpending, Jr.
 
 
Jul 24, 2008
True story: In the small town in Louisiana where my mother grew up, back in the Depression days, an expectant father, whose last name was "Pig", was eagerly awaiting the birth of his new child. But he didn't go to the hospital, he waited in the local bar. The news came that his wife had delivered twin girls. Immediately some wit bet him $5 (a small fortune in that time and place) that he wouldn't name his girls "Ima" and "Ura". Sadly, he won the bet. I suppose one girl spent her school years getting beat up and made fun of, while the other spent all her time in detention for disrespecting her teachers.
 
 
Jul 24, 2008
My uncle like sto tell this as true from when he taught high school near Trenton, NJ, but it may just be urban legend:

A girl came back to school after having a daughter, and he asked what she had named her. She said, "I didn't get a chance to name her, they already did it! It was on her little bracelet in the hospital!" The name: Female (she was pronouncing it fee-mahl-ay) =[
 
 
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Jul 24, 2008
Mike Hunt
Hugh Jass
Ima Hoor
Ihadbuttseckswithurmotherandithinkshelikeditbuthermouthwasfull Jones.
 
 
Jul 24, 2008
Then there's the urban legend of the girl named Chlamydia....

The momma thought it sounded pretty.
 
 
Jul 24, 2008
My brother went to a private Catholic high school in Pittsburgh and had a teacher named Al Coholic.
 
 
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Jul 24, 2008
Reminds me of this SNL skit, graduation at a school for students with unfortunate names.

http://www.hulu.com/watch/20331/saturday-night-live-commencement-open#s-p8-st-i0
 
 
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Jul 24, 2008
i'll be the first of many with this stupid joke, but anyway -

George W. Bush
 
 
 
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