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    Quote Originally Posted by Rab
    Cookie is Dagwood's daughter's name in the comic strip Blondie lol.
    Hey, I don't have a daughter named Cookie.
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    I knew a Richard Richardson in college. Everyone called him Big Dick.

    I also teach a girl named Jazz. I actually like that name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkieparrot
    Theres a girl I know called Desiree (Dez-ir-ray) Also another girl is Olie (conveniant that she is a goalie is soccer Olie the Goalie)
    Sweet. I know a Desiree too.

    My 6th grade teacher's first name was Skip. Poor poor old man.

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    I remember one now. Last year, when I was a student "buddy" for the lower grade kids, one of my friends had a girl called Princessanne, or Princess for short. She was anything BUT a princess. I had a girl called Deja.

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    Some of these are too funny!
    My Western Civ teacher in high school had 2 girls and 2 boys. She named them Constance, Stan, Tin and Opal. Con-Stan-Tin-Opal...Constantinople. She was REAL ecentric if you didn't guess it already...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhora
    I had a substitute teacher back in school named Harry Dicky.

    Now, if your name was Harry Dicky and you were a substitute teacher, wouldn't you just have everyone call you Mr. Dicky? I mean, even that would probably have gotten a few chuckles, but was it really necessary to tell a bunch of 13 year olds that your name was Harry Dicky?

    That poor man.
    I had a urologist named Dilip Doctor... his wife (a gynecologist) was also practicing in the same office. They were doctors Doctor and Doctor. I kid you not, he diagnosed my hernia.

    In a hospital i worked for in NYC, there was a doc named Violante Currie.
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    When I was in kindergarten there was a boy named John Butt, and his dad's name was, you guessed it, Harry.
    Sadly he moved away before first grade.
    Log off. That cookie sh*t makes me nervous. --Tony Soprano

    So I said to him, "Look, buddy, your car was upside down when we got here. And as for your Grandma, she shouldn't have mouthed off like that!" --Homer Simpson

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    Hmm...I don't have any *truly* fantastical names to add here.

    However, one of my best friends' middle name is 'Springdawn'. She hates it, and would only let the public-at-large call her by her first name, which - equally unfortunate, in her opinion - is 'Gala' (pronounced 'Gay-la'). I think both are very pretty names, though. Perhaps not together - that's just a wee bit much, IMO. But the guys do take notice when she introduces herself using either one of those names. (Helps as well that she's a striking six-foot-one brunette. :eyeroll)

    I've got another friend originally named Pankaj. Not an unusual name, by any stretch - except that over time it somehow evolved into 'Punkage'. He legally changed his name two years ago, and now can boast of arguably THE coolest name in Canada.

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    My daughter's first name is Anya. We didn't think it was that unusual, but apparently it is in Kentucky. Everyone looks at us like we dropped down from the moon when we tell them what her name is.
    "Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter."- Yoda

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    My neighbour's sister is visiting from New Zealand and she brought her new toyboy husband-Philip Philip.We also have a client at our salon called Ron Mcdonald(as in Ronald Mcdonald)hee hee.Poor guy.
    FANTASIZE!!!!!! It's better than the real thing.

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