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    Quote Originally Posted by JDHeninger
    I had a doctor at one point: Dr.Pepper. I laughed at him everytime I saw him and he acted like I was crazy. Dr. Pepper? He didn't get that?

    So here's the longer anecdote:

    I was married to Wesley Barfuss. (I know, I know). We had two kids. Let me say it before anyone else does: my kids were Barfii.
    Fortunately they are girls and both have since married. (however, I secretly wanted to have a boy and name him Ralph.)
    did I mention I had a dentist named Dr. Love?

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    I've seen a person name their online character "Ecstasy". I mean come on now, is it appropriate to use the name of a date-rape drug in a MMORPG aimed at 13 year olds?

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    I have known two families that had all girls and named them all with boy sounding names with girl spellings. Bobbi, Toni, Joey, Kelly, Leslie, Johnnie, Peri, and Kari.

    The In-School-Suspension (all day detention)teacher in my high school was named Sandy Hill.

    A client of mine had a baby that was born deaf. She named her Echo.

    I worked at a bank and there was a customer with the name of Christopher Christian Christopherson. Sucks to write that out on a check!
    If I'd been a ranch, they would have named me The Bar None~~ Gilda

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    From the corner of my eye Jewelsy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by senrik
    did I mention I had a dentist named Dr. Love?
    Wow sen -- my dentist's name was Dr. Slaughter. He's an oral surgeon on the Monterey Peninsula.
    "Among the blind, the squinter rules." ~ Gerard Didier Erasmus

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    My boss's name is Dick. when I'm out of the office and have to call in to talk to him, I call him by his last name so I don't have to say "I'm looking for Dick."

    In my hometown we have a plastic surgeon named Dr. Chopra. There's also a family of Butts and a family of Piggs. I hope they never intermarry.
    BTW, I read of a study of people with unusual names, which showed that those people tend to think of themselves as more special and unique.
    Try telling that to poor Ima Hogg....
    It's such a fine line between stupid, and clever. -- David St. Hubbins

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    Knew twins named LemonJello and ORangeJello...Im so NOT kidding!
    Coco Magdalena made her debut Sept 2, 2006 7lbs 1oz!!!

    "Daddy warned me about Men and Booze, but didn't say anything about Women and Cocaine" - Tallulah Bankhead

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    Quote Originally Posted by senrik
    saw one I pass by all the time here in seattle, about a block or two from the pike place market...

    Bangmi smoke shop.
    ! Oh my god.... That's hilarious. That's a great one too, Sheela.

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    My mom went to school with a man named Brenda (no, this is not a Johnny Cash song . . . ), and I went to high school with twins named T and K. That's it; T and K. Not even Tee and Kay. T and K.

    My general practitioner used to be a man named Dr. Fixx

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    I went to school with a "Robin Byrd" and also know a lady who named her 2 boys: Dakota and Montana and the 3 girls: SKye, Rhayne, and Meadow.
    LOL...some people's children....??

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    When a friend of mine started dating a girl named Daiquiri, I thought it weird to have named your child after an alcoholic drink. Then they got married and she got his last name of Ralph. For months after the wedding we referred to her as Margarita Hurl.
    I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I intended to be. Douglas Adams
    Life... is like a grapefruit. It's orange and squishy, and has a few pips in it, and some folks have half a one for breakfast. Douglas Adams

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