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Moose423956
30th October 2009, 13:12
Such a great name. Though I might change it to Jonny Diamond.

What would YOU like to be called?

DimPrawn
30th October 2009, 13:13
Lord Prawn of Penhill and Pinehurst.

conned tractor
30th October 2009, 13:16
Had a supplier called Richard Steel once.

We all called him Dick - but not to his face, although I'm sure he had probably heard it before.

EternalOptimist
30th October 2009, 13:21
I would be Mr Toblerone.

Save £££s on those little triangular name plates



:rolleyes:

Moose423956
30th October 2009, 13:22
I don't think I was asking about silly names, but as we're on that subject there was someone at a client site once called Dick Monster. And of course, in the address book his surname appeared first. Oh how we laughed!

wurzel
30th October 2009, 13:23
Project manager at a client co a few years ago was called Sharon Cockhead.

Clippy
30th October 2009, 14:10
Such a great name. Though I might change it to Jonny Diamond.

What would YOU like to be called?

Nah, Johnny Utah (http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0146738/) is a better sounding name.

hyperD
30th October 2009, 14:17
A large corporation I once worked in, a certain respective engineer, (in the days when you had your name plate with those moveable black with white plastic letterings) was called Dougal Dick. Unfortunately, times were hard and you only had so many letters to play with. Even more unfortunate was his middle name was Richard.

So, like the poor innocent elderly man he was, his nameplate said: "DR Dick".

How we laughed...

... until we saw a man whose last name was Zebedee, and manage to upload the said Magic Roundabout character photo on the company's address book.

Moose423956
30th October 2009, 14:18
Nah, Johnny Utah (http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0146738/) is a better sounding name.

That's a made up name. Like Spartacus....