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Link Posted: 1/13/2021 4:25:49 PM EST
Ran across a army doc at Bragg years ago. MAJ DelDo.


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Easy Flowing Essence and Youme Sohigh are two I know.
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Checked an ID that had "World Peace" as a first and middle name.  Thought it was a Mclovin ID at first, but it was a legit ID.
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Phil McCracken

I was a juvenile probation officer in Baton Rouge, I heard all kinds of off the wall names.  One kid was named Claudaray.  His dad was Claude and his mom was Claudette.  They had 10 kids all named some derivation of Claude.
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Marvelous Love
Dick Hertz
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Nyke Supreme
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I worked with an Indian guy (IT, not casino.....who ironically worked in IT) whose last name was Dikshit. The company made [email protected] his email address.

It didn't take long for the company to realize they made a big mistake. For some strange reason they asked his permission to change it but he blew a gasket. They let him keep it.
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Anita Dick.   Jarquavious. Don't remember his last name. Doesn't really need one AFAIC.
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Father's legal first name was Reefer. His son's name was Reefer Jr. and daughter was named Sativa.

They turned out like you would expect
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I worked with a William W. Williams and a Kristine Krapp.

There was a dentist in San Diego named Dr. Pulley and my mother's lawyer at one time was Peter Beter.
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Originally Posted By Bubbatheredneck:
Ran across a army doc at Bragg years ago. MAJ DelDo.


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That reminds me of another one.

A co-worker dated an active duty officer who was getting ready to deploy to Iraq.

I never found out the guy's first name, but if you referred to him by rank and last name you got:  Major Wood.

(Probably not that unusual, but still awkward).
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I raced 1/24 slot cars with a guy named Ken Dahl in the 80's.
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Takeshita.  Yes, it is spelled "Take shit a".  Also met a woman once who was named David.  She was an older lady, and said it was a family name.
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Originally Posted By wienerman1961:
Anita Dick.   Jarquavious. Don't remember his last name. Doesn't really need one AFAIC.
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I never met her, but I used to hear about a lady named Anita Dick as well.
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My mom, dad, siblings, and my wife all have middle names that rhyme with our last name. All except me. I feel kinda left out.
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Neighbor named Dick Weed.

Guy across the hall in college named Dickie Ball.

High school classmates Candy Caine and Sandy Claus.

UL committee member named Mr. Stillhard.
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No last names, but first names...

Gunner
General
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My coworker attended a meet and greet at her kids daycare.  At this event everyone had nametags..

First little girl she encountered.  ShuhTheed, (spelled SHITHEAD)
The second Oranshello (Spelled OrangeJello)
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Oh.. and lets not forget the Chinese fighter pilot that hit our spy plane...

Wong Wai
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Nancy Greathead.
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Marijuana Pepsi-Cola Jackson

Smart gal, look her up...
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My folks told me of a car dealership in Metairie, LA called Dick Bone Ford. Always got a chuckle outta that one.

Checked it today and sure enough...a legit dealership dynasty Dick Bohn Ford..LOL
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Originally Posted By hawk79:
My coworker attended a meet and greet at her kids daycare.  At this event everyone had nametags..

First little girl she encountered.  ShuhTheed, (spelled SHITHEAD)
The second Oranshello (Spelled OrangeJello)
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And there it is.
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In South Africa I met a happy birthday and fighter cop. These were first names.
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Originally Posted By ManyFacets:


better than richard seaman i suppose

the object ones always get me. like chandelier or mercedes.
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In the 1890's, Emil Jellinek bought controlling stock of the Daimler corporation, and pushed Daimler to pursue a more powerful engine for racing sports.  In 1900, the Daimler corporation release a then vry powerful 35 hp, 4 cylinder engine vehicle.  That car was named after Emil's daughter Mercedes Jellinek.
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Springfield Illinois man changed name to Bubba Bubba Bubba.......
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I went to school with Harold Wang, worked with a guy named Pussaye, and lived next door to Kermit.
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There was an old guy who used to visit my favorite bar in the 1990's.  His name was actually Edgar Allen Poe.

He's buried in the cemetery near that same bar. The bar is out of business, but it's my understanding that they can't keep a headstone on his grave because it keeps getting stolen.
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Had a customer one time Klassy Bush

Had another one named Tashawana Johnson.

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I don’t recall off the top of my head regarding the actual spelling, but when his name was pronounced it sounded like “So Fat Pantsoon Torn”

There was the Taj Ma Hall, a Johnny Bravo, Benjamin Gay and of course Richard Skinner. They were all encountered on traffic stops.
Link Posted: 1/13/2021 4:41:42 PM EST
Just all the Filipino nurses I keep running into name Conception.
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I went to high school with a girl named Christal Clear.   Worked with a guy named George Swallows.
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Harry Grothe
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Puerto Rican chick named Pebbles.

Not even going to get into black names.
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Bich-Nga Nguyen

I was terrified the first time I tried to pronounce it.

Edit to add - it's pronounced very different than what I thought
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Dick Shooter. Was a "streamline consultant" some 30 years ago.  Glorified hatchet man..
Jizzy Goo, contact at a food processing client we had.
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Richard Soars. He hated being called "Dick".
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I know a woman with a first name of Taylor, who married a guy whose last name is Taylor.

She is now Taylor Taylor
Link Posted: 1/13/2021 4:51:20 PM EST
Oh,hell....I just remembered.When I was a kid the County truant officer was "Mary Will Ketchum".
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"Burn" My first name
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Maj. Dick Pounder

We went to Moron AB @ Christmas time he intro'd himself and said his name was Richard but since its the holidays you can call me "Dick"
I looked around to see if I was the only one thinking this was hilarious. Only 1 other person I saw got it.
Link Posted: 1/13/2021 4:53:56 PM EST
A good one one that I remember from school was a girl named Misty Rainy Fogg. Supposedly her parents were hippies as well.
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Best buddy`s nephew named their kid Gotham Strait.  Nephew amd wife love batman  and george strait.
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Both females: Placenta and Female....pronounced like tamale.
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I saw that one on Miami Vice.
Link Posted: 1/13/2021 4:58:33 PM EST
My granddads name was Dick Johnson, as a warrant officer, he let Chesty dance with my grandmother at the Marine Corp ball after they came home from Korea.
Link Posted: 1/13/2021 4:58:46 PM EST
I know of two brothers Aamad and amaad... not sure wtf the parents were thinking
Link Posted: 1/13/2021 4:59:18 PM EST
Friend of my wife named their girl Abcde. Ab ce de.

Kamala is weird too. Sounds like some type of an Indian burrito or maybe a wrapped turd.
Link Posted: 1/13/2021 4:59:22 PM EST
Phuoc Diep
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