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Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by HulkonViagra, May 17, 2017 at 11:24 PM.
Correct. Not a single other profession is as important as those who read lines other people wrote.
This guy gets it.
" You think people liked the name Blanche the first time they heard it ? "
If i was a celeb I'd name my kid atari
You and @Jack Reacheround are correct...I am ashamed and apologize for my blasphemy. Please forgive me, for I am only normal and do not know how to act
Just don't give him Jaguar as a middle name...yuck
Atari 2600 Johnson has a nice ring to it, tho.
So @Agent Mulder's Hair is black?
I don't know. My generic go-to last name is always Johnson, for some reason.
I think I know why
Maybe because it was considered the 2nd most common surname.
1. Smith 1.006
2. Johnson 0.810
3. Williams 0.699
4. Jones 0.621
5. Brown 0.621
My friend's last name is Gaylord. I wonder if that kind of shit can traumatize you.
So not only is he gay, but he is also their lord...awesome if you were gay, terrible if you were straight
celebrities are fuckin weird and egotistical is all i can think of.
Works for me
I kind of like odd names but its probably better if its acquired as a nickname. Definitely Moon Unit is better off as a nickname. My dads side of the family is filled with odd nicknames where thats how theyre known now, the original name never used. Id be hard pressed to remember the legal names of most of my aunts.
I'm fine with odd nicknames or names for that matter...but some of them are way too much
They definitely fall into the realm of pure silliness and guaranteed future heckling at times. I for one would never want to be known as Blanket, Apple or Dasani. North West though is actually kind of amusing though Im sure the goof Kanye thought he was Einstein for going ahead with it.
I think Michael Jackson naming one of his kids Blanket kinda take the cake for me. It's practically child abuse... Oh wait.
Friend of my mine is named DonWayne.
Could be worse.