Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Sparky83, Jun 4, 2012.
I don't get it?
Steak and Kidney Pie?
Gary and Phil's dad is a good one also: -
Neville Neville - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Not having a go, but calling Captain Tentative? If that is the best old Danny could come up with, he needs more listeners!
There were others. I am remembering a phone in from about 10 years ago!!
Here's one for you:
Mr Tiny KOX
I heard it on Radio 4 one evening, and couldn't believe waht they had said, but google was my friend. Did post it a while ago in another thread, but always worth another outing!
Walking out of work today, I saw a Jenny Taylor on one of the doors I walk past every day, twice a day. Brilliant
I worked with a guy who's surname was (well, probably still is) Treblecock. He pronounced it "Tre-Bill-Coh", but we all knew.......
A mod circumventing the swearfilter?! Disgusting
Shame the infraction button doesn't work on you
^^^ says the Mod who posted the C word uncensored
Hey, the filter didn't pick mine up, I didn't circumvent it
Who would admit to being called Drew Peacock?
Real words can't be in the swear filter
The trouble with other names like that is that it is very easy to substitute part of the name with a synonym.
A student with the surname Badcock once worked in our lab. There was a certain amount or pee-taking, but I swore not to take part ... but then I quite innocently called him Baddick to his face.
A very nice bloke in work is called Albert Hall
Not too crazy, but once lived next door to a lady called Chris Cross.
Also when I worked in currys as a student we once had a customer called Fox Mulder.
Don't want to be a spoilsport here
But Jenny Taylor doesn't really work.
She would need to be Jenny Taylia or similar - To sound like genitalia
Made me and the mrs laugh!
If you can find a "Talyia", I'll ask her to consider deed poll changes...
Hmmm - misses the whole point of having a naturally funny or strange name - which Jenny Taylor isn't.
Anyway - Didn't mean to rain on your parade but let's move on
Ah, yes, my mistake on "Jenny Taylor". Forgive me for my indiscretion there
Had a work colleague with the initials RC (arsey) does that count?
I sometimes talk to a Turkish guy his name is Uf**k.
shes in fallin skies
One of my mums friends is called Jean Poole.
Check out the contact details on this link: -
Quaker Studies MRes - University of Birmingham
Isn't that whole thing a spoof though?
Surely "It is comprised of the following modules" confirm that it is? - either that or it's run by illiterates.
This was not taken by me, but was seen in the womens Volleyball.
See also: http://www.london2012.com/athlete/takeshita-yoshie-1018927/
Separate names with a comma.