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Moose423956
3rd July 2008, 10:50
One of the parents at my youngest daughter's school has a son Matthew. Nice name, biblical origins and all that.

Unfortunately, the dad can't say "Matthew". It comes out as "Maffew".

:rollin:

Why do people give kids names they can't pronounce? Will it be shortened to "Maff" instead of "Matt"?

PS: sorry for the boring nature of this thread, I'm just trying to fill up a slow day...

Solent
3rd July 2008, 10:56
I worked with an American consultant called Dick Bustin - Poor bloke (Sounds like a bad medical condition) :laugh:laugh:laugh What were his parents thinking of

larry
3rd July 2008, 11:01
Nothing compared to people in the 'inner city' where I live.

Names like Shedika. Imagine my surprise when I heard: Oi, Shed!

MTV base is heavily watched, hence all the hip-hop inspired names..

I'm outta here, homie........

Diver
3rd July 2008, 11:05
Most of the chavs round here call there kids Little f###er, Bar####d, c##t and other charming names. usually in the middle of the local supermarket and across great distances.

HairyArsedBloke
3rd July 2008, 11:10
Has "Maffew" returned the microwave yet: link (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETL8YbX5upg) SFW

Moscow Mule
3rd July 2008, 11:10
Most of the chavs round here call there kids Little f###er, Bar####d, c##t and other charming names. usually in the middle of the local supermarket and across great distances.

Wales, building a swearier chavesty.

snaw
3rd July 2008, 11:12
One of the parents at my youngest daughter's school has a son Matthew. Nice name, biblical origins and all that.

Unfortunately, the dad can't say "Matthew". It comes out as "Maffew".

:rollin:

Why do people give kids names they can't pronounce? Will it be shortened to "Maff" instead of "Matt"?

PS: sorry for the boring nature of this thread, I'm just trying to fill up a slow day...

Sorry, are we saying he's got an accent that makes the name come out sounding as maffew - or he actually spelled it maffew. One is pretty sad and the other is just an accent, big deal. I know plenty of people darn sarf, who ain't chavs, who speak with exactly that same sort of pronunciation and accent. Feck knows what you'd think of me in my broad scots ...

Personally I prefer awight guv one over the plummy SE posh one any day of the week. :yay::music:

ace00
3rd July 2008, 11:12
I worked with an American consultant called Dick Bustin - Poor bloke (Sounds like a bad medical condition) :laugh:laugh:laugh What were his parents thinking of

Used to work with a Wayne Kerr - I kid you not. I hope his folks were locked up for that.

TheBigYinJames
3rd July 2008, 11:17
Used to work with a Wayne Kerr - I kid you not. I hope his folks were locked up for that.

I went to uni with a Korean guy called Wan Kin Kok. His brother Lee Kin Kok was just as unfortunate.

Moscow Mule
3rd July 2008, 11:19
Drew Peacock. http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article95505.ece

Moose423956
3rd July 2008, 11:46
I worked with an American consultant called Dick Bustin - Poor bloke (Sounds like a bad medical condition) :laugh:laugh:laugh What were his parents thinking of

There's a chap in the email directory here called Dick Monster. Unfortunately, it lists the surname first. :rollin:

Moose423956
3rd July 2008, 11:47
Sorry, are we saying he's got an accent that makes the name come out sounding as maffew - or he actually spelled it maffew. One is pretty sad and the other is just an accent, big deal. I know plenty of people darn sarf, who ain't chavs, who speak with exactly that same sort of pronunciation and accent. flip knows what you'd think of me in my broad scots ...

Personally I prefer awight guv one over the plummy SE posh one any day of the week. :yay::music:

Pardon? Can you repeat that? I didn't quite catch it.

TheBigYinJames
3rd July 2008, 11:47
There's a chap in the email directory here called Dick Monster. Unfortunately, it lists the surname first. :rollin:

I worked somewhere with a Bob Sherunkle.

I phoned him up one day to see if he was real.

Chantho
3rd July 2008, 12:10
Drew Peacock. http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article95505.ece

I did some work for the NHS a few years back, at that hospital they had a consultant surgeon called Drew Peacock (OK, he did insist on being called Andrew and denied having a brother called Chris)

Bagpuss
3rd July 2008, 12:10
There's a newsreader on London Tonight called Christopher Peacock, never shorterned to Chris for some reason.

although, back in his younger days...

http://www.btinternet.com/~rob.frowen/presenters_p/chrispeacockctc91.jpg

Moose423956
3rd July 2008, 12:13
My dad's surname was Keybollocks. His first name was Don.

tay
3rd July 2008, 12:18
NZ'ers have a REALLY annoying habit of mispelling the names of their kids to appear cool and unique... actually it just comes across as stupid... and that they cant spell.

Cassaday, Eilizabeth, Johnn and Liisa being some examples :tantrum: :tantrum:

Bagpuss
3rd July 2008, 12:19
Anyone know any kids called Loreal?

TimberWolf
3rd July 2008, 12:21
My dad's surname was Keybollocks. His first name was Don.

It's lucky you weren't called Richard then?

dang65
3rd July 2008, 12:24
Most of the chavs round here call their kids Little c##t and other charming names.
At least they don't call them something really offensive, like c#.net

Incognito
3rd July 2008, 12:27
Lindsay Lohans called her sprog Harlow. Bet they've never been there!!

Bagpuss
3rd July 2008, 12:28
an.net

Sausage Surprise
3rd July 2008, 12:31
Head gaffer of EDS some years back was Dick Brown....

Moose423956
3rd July 2008, 12:32
It's lucky you weren't called Richard then?

How do you know my name?

Moose423956
3rd July 2008, 12:33
Lindsay Lohans called her sprog Harlow. Bet they've never been there!!

Wasn't it Charlie Drake who used to say "Harlow my darlin'"?

Diver
3rd July 2008, 12:33
Head gaffer of EDS some years back was Dick Brown....

He didn't get where he was by.....................................

Cliphead
3rd July 2008, 12:33
I knew a guy years ago called Bowden Payne

Bear
3rd July 2008, 12:33
Direct Line used to have a customer called Urec Unt

Moose423956
3rd July 2008, 12:34
I knew a guy years ago called Bowden Payne

Huh?

Sausage Surprise
3rd July 2008, 12:34
Direct Line used to have a customer called Urec Unt

Brother of Warwick?

Diver
3rd July 2008, 12:34
Huh?

It'll come Moose

Moose423956
3rd July 2008, 12:39
It'll come Moose

Where have I heard that before? Oh yeah...

I still don't get it.

TheBigYinJames
3rd July 2008, 12:40
Where have I heard that before? Oh yeah...
I still don't get it.

Bowed in Pain?

Diver
3rd July 2008, 12:40
Where have I heard that before? Oh yeah...

I still don't get it.

Clue ----> Bowed in

Bear
3rd July 2008, 12:40
It'll come Moose

And when it does you'll laugh so much you'll be doubled over in agony!

Cliphead
3rd July 2008, 12:42
And when it does you'll laugh so much you'll be doubled over in agony!

As a joke name very poor but unfortunately for the guy that is his real name.

Moose423956
3rd July 2008, 12:42
Clue ----> Bowed in

Oh yeah! Almost raised a chuckle that did. It didn't help that I couldn't work out how to pronounce Bowden.

TheBigYinJames
3rd July 2008, 12:49
The simplicity of Mike Hunt is best. As in "have you seen Mike Hunt today?"

Bagpuss
3rd July 2008, 12:51
I've worked with a Mike Hunt

KevinS
3rd July 2008, 12:53
I've worked with a Mike Hunt

I have a client called Mike Hunt.. He uses his middle name.. :laugh

Bagpuss
3rd July 2008, 12:55
Other memorable ones

Denise Tremble
Roger Moore
Heather Pether
James K Tirk

EternalOptimist
3rd July 2008, 12:56
Nearly knew a guy called Chris Packet once

Moose423956
3rd July 2008, 13:03
I have a client called Mike Hunt.. He uses his middle name.. :laugh

I used to play cricket with a Mike Hunt. Always used to raise a checkle when the scorer shouted out "Bowler's name please!".

Moose423956
3rd July 2008, 13:04
Other memorable ones

Denise Tremble
Roger Moore
Heather Pether
James K Tirk

Victoria Cross
Ronald MacDonald
Takimodo Artichoke

(one of those isn't true)

BoredBloke
3rd July 2008, 13:05
At GSK there was a guy called Tom Bollock. If you google his name you'll find that there are loads of Bollocks out there. There was also a Fanny Gravy

Bagpuss
3rd July 2008, 13:06
Don't IT guys put bogus names on GADs for a laugh?

EternalOptimist
3rd July 2008, 13:18
At GSK there was a guy called Tom Bollock. If you google his name you'll find that there are loads of Bollocks out there. There was also a Fanny Gravy


Good one Tony
I doubt if anyone can lick that







:rolleyes:

cailin maith
3rd July 2008, 13:18
At GSK there was a guy called Tom Bollock. If you google his name you'll find that there are loads of Bollocks out there. There was also a Fanny Gravy

:eek God love her!

TheBigYinJames
3rd July 2008, 13:19
I have a client called Mike Hunt.. He uses his middle name.. :laugh

Smellyk ?

NotAllThere
3rd July 2008, 14:04
Worked with a Theresa Green and a Lawrence Tipping, who preferred to be called Lorrie. He was oblivious to the sign outside saying "No Lorry Tipping".

And I currently work with a Mr Fux.

I was once on a course and the instructor introduced himself thus.

"My name is Bond. James Bond. That's my problem, now let's discuss yours".

darmstadt
3rd July 2008, 16:11
The bloke from Charge changed his name by deed poll to Stu P. Didiot and I once had a female friend who's daughters name was Methadone.