An unusual name

  WhiteTruckMan 22:58 07 Jun 2007
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Poor kid. I'm sure there's a lesson to be learned somewhere though. Possibly.

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  Kate B 23:01 07 Jun 2007

Oh no!!! That's really awful!!!

  brundle 23:07 07 Jun 2007

Someone got there first click here

  Brumas 23:08 07 Jun 2007

It makes 'A boy named Sue' sound positively normal !!

  Forum Editor 23:09 07 Jun 2007

"we don't want to change his name, it's on his birth certificate and other documents" speaks volumes about the parents' ability to think straight.

  Koochy 23:10 07 Jun 2007

At times i wonder if it is a mistake or if the parents are just mental - I used to work with a guy called Randolf Dick and Randolf got shortened to Randy.

Koochy

  Simsy 23:10 07 Jun 2007

ARS

which isn't quite as bad, I don't think!

Regards,

Simsy

  wallbash 23:18 07 Jun 2007

My surname is 'DEAR' !!

So when we had my first daughter , I told my very excited Mother , that if it had been a boy , Wayne was going to be our first choice. As all ( grand) Mothers, replied with out thinking , that would have been nice!!!!

I have never let her forget that.

  Si_l 23:20 07 Jun 2007

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A bit of PR for the popular playstation game...

  Brumas 23:27 07 Jun 2007

Whilst working on the counter at a Crown Post Office (long time ago) I had to replace an expired child allowance book. I cannot remember the first name of the lady but her surname was Berry and her husband, named on the front, was
Mr Holly Berry - I kid you not - I retained the frontpage as no-one believes me!

  GANDALF <|:-)> 00:41 08 Jun 2007

I would get Social Services to remove the child from the totally witless parents.

G

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