Unfortunate names (more words needed)

  bumpkin 17:22 11 Jul 2014

People can post "help" but I need five words. Back to the point, I made a doctors appointment today and was told the only doctor available at my chosen time was Dr Shun. Hardly installs confidence. Anyone got any others of a similar nature just for fun.

  bumpkin 17:47 11 Jul 2014

MechKB, looks like others do also but it wont let me type in the box if I do.

  john bunyan 17:56 11 Jul 2014

I used to work in a meat company; The technical director was Hugh Butcher.

In my RM squad there was a David Balls. If he made an error in drill, the DI shouted "You - what's your name?" Back came the reply "Balls, Sergeant" - collapse of squad and instructor in laughter.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 18:20 11 Jul 2014

My last surgeon was a Mr Cutter.

A work colleague called Head named his son Richard.

  bumpkin 18:32 11 Jul 2014

Fruit Bat, Dick for short no doubt:-))

  spuds 18:47 11 Jul 2014

In the hospital trust that I use, there are a number of Mr Chin and Mr Mistry on the specialist teams.

But going back perhaps to the original point, I also have the rejection if I cannot five word a title!.

  BT 18:48 11 Jul 2014

Some years ago the boss of the Refuse Dept in Norwich was Mr Smellie

  flycatcher1 18:52 11 Jul 2014

I once knew a Bastard, when asked whether he pronounced his name B'Arstard he replied that he was a Proper Bastard. Heard that he was a nice chap.

  hastelloy 19:35 11 Jul 2014

Mr Tuff the butcher has now retired.

Dr Nana heads a local GP practice.

  rdave13 19:38 11 Jul 2014

It also works the other way around. Crapper wasn't an unfortunate surname until he invented the W.C.

  csqwared 20:35 11 Jul 2014

Had a Sgt. Pigg at Catterick. Really nice chap as it happens.

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