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dahawk 04-24-2014 05:42 PM

Can a divorce firm have a better name?
 
This is better than Dewey Cheatum and Howe:

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solentlife 04-24-2014 05:45 PM

Now that has to be the cake AND icing !!

Nigel

pizzano 04-24-2014 07:40 PM

..............:Q

Don Sims 04-25-2014 12:08 AM

:D :D :D

FlyWheel 04-25-2014 01:37 AM

I don't know...I could think of a few that would be better... :Q

crxmanpat 04-25-2014 02:53 PM

Dewey, Cheatem & Howe has always been a favorite. :)

solentlife 04-25-2014 04:09 PM

When my ex wife and I were choosing names for the kids .. we spent a lot of time making sure the Initials didn't create a joke or offence .. that the names were sensible and the kids would not pay a price in the school playground !

So many times I hear names given to kids that I wonder if the parents ever consider the life the kid will have with it ! There is nothing more cruel in this than another kids jokes !

Nigel

chrisudy 04-25-2014 09:16 PM

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Originally Posted by solentlife (Post 946535)
When my ex wife and I were choosing names for the kids .. we spent a lot of time making sure the Initials didn't create a joke or offence .. that the names were sensible and the kids would not pay a price in the school playground !

So many times I hear names given to kids that I wonder if the parents ever consider the life the kid will have with it ! There is nothing more cruel in this than another kids jokes !

Nigel

Ha! We had the same issues... With the last kid, I told the owners of the company I work for (Frank and Paul) that the child would *not* be named after them. When they asked why, I told them to think of the initials... FU and PU... :-)

Abuelo 04-26-2014 05:02 PM

My grandmother went to school with a girl whose last name was Onion. Changed it to the Irish O'Nion.

Veronica Drew will never own anything with her initials.

Came across a J. R. Hopkins once. First name was Jack; you can guess what the R stood for. Wife may or may not have been nicknamed Bunny.

Worked with a guy whose last name was Bear. He and his wife had a string of kids and liked simple, oldtimey names, like John, Susan, etc. They held off on naming a son Paul.

In the same department we had a Navajo who kept telling Mr. Bear 'shush'. For years everyone thought he was telling him to be quiet until one day he explained that 'shush' is Navajo for 'bear'.

solentlife 04-26-2014 05:08 PM

My Step Brothers initials are L.S.D. ............. OK in the year he was named - it was not so commonly known.

Nigel

kyleservicetech 04-27-2014 01:24 AM

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Originally Posted by chrisudy (Post 946540)
Ha! We had the same issues... With the last kid, I told the owners of the company I work for (Frank and Paul) that the child would *not* be named after them. When they asked why, I told them to think of the initials... FU and PU... :-)

Many years ago, I worked with a guy whose name was Richard Head. :eek:


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