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A long time ago, I wrote a post in which I listed 50 funny WiFi names in Hindi and English. Most of our readers loved it, and many of them asked me to keep such posts coming as these are some good fun ideas, and these make everyone laugh too. And, we know laughing is good for health. 🙂

Therefore, I am writing another such post, and this time I am going to share funny email addresses, and clever Usernames. I have collected the best and the funniest ones and jotted them down to make a good funny post for our readers. I hope you would love it.

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Note: All the email addresses and usernames are fictitious and are just for suggestions and fun. If there are any resemblances to someone’s email address or username, they are just co-incidents.

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Best Funny Email Addresses

Many companies offer email addresses to their employees taking their names’ initials or sometimes just a few characters of the first or last name which is a general standard nowadays. Even when I was working with a company, they kept my email as [email protected] which was good, and easy to remember too. But, at times things don’t work out well especially for those with some different kinds of names. That way, they end up making funny email addresses which I am going to show you.

A few of them are below:

  1. Name: Douglas Garfield
    Company’s site: Example.com
    Email address generated: [email protected]
  2. Name: Slani Utsovakia
    Email Address Generated: [email protected]
  1. Name: Kumar Gayam
    Email Address Generated: [email protected]
  1. Name: Anush Talwar
    Email Address Generated: [email protected]
  1. Name: Bill Tchang
    Email Address Generated: [email protected]
  1. Name: Ajeynka Erkr
    Email Address Generated: [email protected]
  2. Name: Anish Nath
    email Address Generated: [email protected]
  3. Name: Ish Harris Adcock
    Email Address Generated: [email protected]
  1. Name: Vishal Agrawal
    Email Address Generated: [email protected]
  2. Name: Sadie Hitzfeldt
    Email Address Generated: [email protected]

So, such things may happen, and your email address may look funny. So, if you are someone whose initials may form something funny of such a kind, make sure to ask your company to use the full name instead of making the email address so that your email address won’t embarrass you ever. Or you can ask for some creative email address ideas for making your email address if that is possible.

Some Random funny,  clever Email Addresses

I hope you have enjoyed these funny and clever email addresses. Now, let’s have a look at the list of funny and clever Usernames. 🙂

Clever usernames for Online Gaming sites

If you are a hardcode gamer, and you are a member of many gaming sites. You must look so rocking gamer in front of others, and that is what you can show with your funky, clever, badass username.

  • You_loser
  • Chemo_therapy
  • Dumb_man
  • Winner_me
  • Thesilentbang
  • Lastsamurai
  • Lonesamurai
  • Catwoman_on_hunt
  • Iamtooprettytodie
  • Ninetees
  • Phantom_lady
  • Bang_man
  • Iwillbangyou
  • Ruthless_gamer
  • Ruthless_winner
  • No_tolerance
  • Iam_bombshell
  • Death_race
  • Afterurturn
  • Unbeaten

Funny, Sexy, and Clever Usernames for Dating Sites

When you are on a dating or Hookup site, you should look like a cool guy, and that you can do with your very creative username or display name. Also, it would depend on what do you want from a dating site. If you are just wanting a casual hookup, you should choose some flirty and sexy username but if you are the one who is looking for a soulmate there, you must choose something cute and loving which would portray your image in front of others.

  1. Say_myname
  2. Like_a_hulk
  3. Take_me_home
  4. Iamtoosexyto_handle
  5. Whats_in_thename
  6. Imcreepy
  7. Safesex
  8. Sexygirl69
  9. Loyalboy69
  10. Justforyou
  11. Feelslikelove
  12. Smartypants
  13. Iexist
  14. Ireallydo_exist
  15. RazzleDazzle
  16. LonelyNLooking
  17. Single_readyto_mingle
  18. Can_Cook_Kebabs
  19. Free_10_Days_Trial
  20. Moms_Love_Me
  21. YourHero
  22. YesYesOhGodYes
  23. LipCrusher
  24. JerksGetTheGirl
  25. BeMyBae2Night

Don’t use these if you are not sure, these are for fun. You must use the usernames on the dating sites that reflect your character because that is important as other people consider usernames while choosing someone to date.

Funny and Cool English and Hindi usernames for Instagram

  • Muffinhead
  • mister
  • BornConfused
  • e4envy
  • MaiHuHero
  • ViralWitch
  • MaiHuDon
  • Iamkaalia
  • MugamboKhushHua
  • MyTower
  • EnoughIsEnough
  • BootyliciousBabe
  • NintendoNinja
  • ResidentEvil
  • Condomman

You may go for these usernames for your Instagram account if you liked them. If your account is more on a professional account, don’t go funny names rather go for professional ones. These usernames are for fun. 🙂

Also Read => How to Choose Professional Email Address for Business

Wrapping up

These are some cool, funny, sexy, and clever email addresses and usernames that you can use as per the need. Moreover, I won’t advise you use the creepy ones as those are just for fun, and not to be used.

Now, I would like you guys to share some funny email addresses and clever usernames in the comments. We need more such fun email addresses and username ideas from you.

Hope you like this write-up. 🙂

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Funny nicknames?

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In addition to funny names, we've called our cats some pretty hilarious
nicknames as well:

Spuds McLard Bucket
The Flip Floppity, Klip Kloppity, Karoke Kitty
Sparkywinkle
Sparkton J. Khat
Pussy Willow
Nogginator
Sparklett
(it's hard to remember them all) - Does anyone else have strange nicknames
for their cat?

[email protected]

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In article <[email protected]>,

For some reason, several months back, whenver calling Desiree I would
call her "Desiree Doodles". I have no idea why. Lately it's just been
Doodles and even, God help me, Doodlooski. When tickling her stomach
(which she loves), I even tell her she's Doodle-icious. Kill me. Please.
Kill me.

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In article <[email protected]>, [email protected](StaceyWR)
writes:

>Does anyone else have strange nicknames for their cat?

Suki's nickname is PookPookPookie
and
Willow's nicknames are Cutie Muffinhead, Fluffy Butt, and Smellow

looking forward to hearing about more!

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Hmmmm... lemme see... there's Mollywogger, Muffin, Mollymuffin, Schnecky
Becky, Schneckuss oh and a 100 variations on Schneck. :)

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Our cats names are:

Callie Kazoo Monkeyfeather (this is one little kitten)
Little Orange Pooh Bear Wilbur Rat Pup Toe ..(that's the other kitten)

Does this qualify?

-andrea-

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Oh, I completely forgot about Serena (my Maine Coon +):

Reeny
Bushy-Tushy (You have to see her hindquarters to get it :) )

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> >>Does anyone else have strange nicknames for their cat?
>

Hektor's nicknames are pun'kin stuff, punk, sweet boy, goofy goof, and sweetie.

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Our cat Mickey became Mickey Doodle and his poor name has been reduced down
to Doodles as well. However, to make myself feel better I try to alternate
it with Mickey and Mickey Doodle. How in the world do these things come about?

Aimee
and Mickey Doodle (black) and Alex (F-tortoise shell)

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In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] (StaceyWR) writes:

Ozzie is regulary called:

Ozzipus
Izzie Ozzie Goodie
Deadweight
Notquitemouser (so far, he's found 3 mice, and lost 3 mice. :-)
Damcat :-)
Pu-u-u-u-u-usiwilo (pronounced "Puhhhhhhhhhhhhsywillow")

Some previous catnames: (not quite fun and original, but they're catnames)

Terra (wasn't named by me)
Tigger (It was like an insane tiger, as are most cats)
Maximus-CBCS (Named after the BBS software... the CBCS, in our case, stands
for Cat-Based Complaint Sounder)
Tom (how unoriginal can you get? :-)
Ozzie (adopted name was Izzy, so we just changed it)

Of course, there were some intermediate cats that we cared for...

Trouble (he brings fleas and an appitite, stays outside when he does come
over. Owned by neighbors, but we occasionally give him a bite)
Spot (I just happened to be watching a STTNG episode with Data's cat when
this nervous little kitty came over.)

That's all folks!

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In article <[email protected]>, [email protected](Harvey Bernstein)
writes:

For some reason, several months back, whenver calling Desiree I would
call her "Desiree Doodles". I have no idea why. Lately it's just been
Doodles and even, God help me, Doodlooski. When tickling her stomach
(which she loves), I even tell her she's Doodle-icious. Kill me. Please.
Kill me.

-----------------------------------------------------------------

I always though I was a bit weird for doing this type thing with my cats'
names. With mine, I do stuff like add "dee" to the ends of their names
(e.g. "Fermi-dee") or add w* to them (e.g. Fermi-wirmi, Dixie-wixi,
Zima-wima). Pretty dorky, huh? I'm sure the cats think its a little
goofy.

I also name behaviors, like the "Fermi Flop" that they all do when I come
home from work every day. The walk up to the door and just flop over and
look up at me. Then I give each one a really good belly rub. Old family
cat Belvedere used to "Mrack" which meant she would get up suddenly and
streak down the hall and meow, but when her feet hit the ground the meow
got cut off abruptly and it sounded like "mrack". She used to do this a
lot.

Christie Shackelford, Fermi-dee, Dixie-wixi, Zima-wima-dee and Mr.
Einstein.
Me too, just shoot me now...

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In article <[email protected]>, [email protected]

Well, for the 2 of them-
pisshead
fuzzface
fuzzbutt

Roxy-roxer soxer, hairy toes, little pink nose
Dusty-dust buster, butder,
dutder...............................................

Janet
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Roxy DL S+W G+Y 6 X L+ W+ C+ T S+ V++ P- B+ PA PL-
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My brother-in-law calls his cat Shelly, a tortoiseshell,
"Shellington Wellington." I call her Poobah.
My parents cat Nutmeg has been
called Nutty, Nuthead, Mutneg, and
The Walking Sofa Cushion.
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> > >>Does anyone else have strange nicknames for their cat?

Okay, I confess:
I call *all* of my pets "Pooka-Luka". I told my daughter "Pooka-Luka"
means "playful spirit", but I sorta made it up...
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In <[email protected]> [email protected] (Christie) writes:


>I also name behaviors, like the "Fermi Flop" that they all do when I come
>home from work every day. The walk up to the door and just flop over and
>look up at me. Then I give each one a really good belly rub. Old family

>lot.

My Elvis (aka the Luuuuuv Kitty, or Moo) does the same thing. We call it
"flumping", he's managed to teach it to Bogart (aka Demon cat from the
nether pits of hell, Meep ('cause that's the only sound he could
make when we got him), Booger, or the boginator). It's kind of funny
to see 2 cats come into a room, sidle up to where you are sitting,
and then collapse as if they have been shot.


Gotta love 'em.


>Christie Shackelford, Fermi-dee, Dixie-wixi, Zima-wima-dee and Mr.
>Einstein.
>Me too, just shoot me now...

Alison.
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Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

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>> >>Does anyone else have strange nicknames for their cat?

Twilight is "blubber-wimp" (13+ pounds and timid). He's also my
"BIG baby".

Moontigger is "butterball" (as in a rotund turkey).

Shadow is "hyper kitty". We also think she'd make a good StarFleet
security officer (she's twitchy enough).

Kalynnda, owned by three furballs who don't care WHAT I call them,
except late for dinner.

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In article <[email protected]>
[email protected](Christie) writes:

> In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] (Harvey Bernstein)
> writes:
>
> For some reason, several months back, whenver calling Desiree I would
> call her "Desiree Doodles". I have no idea why. Lately it's just been
> Doodles and even, God help me, Doodlooski. When tickling her stomach
> (which she loves), I even tell her she's Doodle-icious. Kill me. Please.
> Kill me.
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> I always though I was a bit weird for doing this type thing with my cats'
> names. With mine, I do stuff like add "dee" to the ends of their names
> (e.g. "Fermi-dee") or add w* to them (e.g. Fermi-wirmi, Dixie-wixi,
> Zima-wima). Pretty dorky, huh? I'm sure the cats think its a little
> goofy.

I have a cat named snowflake and I call her "flakey-wakey" (she is a
flake).

-Jeff.

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Our name variation for the cats is to rhyme their names: thus,
Fender-Bender, Dave the Rave, and S'tinker (for Tinker, SO's cat).
We only "w*" the dog, and not with her name (Bear) - she's a
"doggy-woggy".

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Zoe = Snowy, Snowmeister, Sammy, SamSam, Preciouslittlebabygirl (I know,
I know....pretty sad!), Shweetiepie, or, the other end of the spectrum...
Little Witch Kitty

Baldrick = Balzer, Bo-Dwick, Goofy, Goofball

Cleo = Littl' Leo, Leopooper, Skinny Butt

Blackadder = Bladder, Bladmeister, Pork, OhMightyOne

They all have their names mutilated in the following progression: Bladder,
Bladderooni, the Bladmeister, The Big B, etc.

And collectively, depending on their current status at any given moment, either
"the kids", or "the little sh*ts"!

*************************Diane Janssen***************************
...it is better, under certain circumstances, to be a cat than to
be a duchess...no duchess of the realm ever had more faithful
retainers or half so abject subjects.
Helen M. Winslow
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Google domain names – the funny, strange and surprising

Google logoGoogle owns a whole bunch of domain names other than the obvious ones like google.com, blogger.com and gmail.com. We here at Pingdom decided to find out which ones, with some truly surprising results.

We only looked at .com domain names, and found thousands. Below are some of the more noteworthy .com domain names that Google owns.

Misspellings and typos:
  • gewgol.com
  • glougle.com
  • goolgel.com
  • glugli.com
  • geggle.com
  • georgle.com
  • glogoo.com
  • gmale.com
Totally unrelated:
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  • bayareaburritos.com
  • donationcard.com
  • essentialmommy.com
  • greengardengifts.com
  • mariolovespasta.com
  • thesecretofburritos.com
Why?
  • 1p0g0og1e.com
  • az-on-url-je.com
  • goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooogle.com
New services?
  • google4kids.com
  • googlebackups.com
  • googleauction.com
  • googlebroadband.com
  • googlecasinogames.com
  • googlefamily.com
  • googlejokes.com
  • googlelovers.com
  • googlepersonals.com
Yes, we’re big:
  • googlereligion.com
  • googlefaith.com
Starting offline services?
  • googlegym.com
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  • bankgoogle.com
  • googlepaperproducts.com
Geographical:
  • googlenewyork.com
  • googleonthegoaldcoast.com
  • kuwaitgoogle.com
Not safe for work:
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  • googleporn.com
  • google-yahoo-porn.com
  • google-yahoo-sex.com
Buddies?
  • googletimewarner.com
  • ebay-google.com
  • googlewarnerbros.com
Is this legal?
The not so nice ones:
  • checkoutsucks.com
  • dejastinks.com
  • frooglesucks.com
  • fuckengoogle.com
  • gmailblows.com
  • gmailsucks.com
  • googlefools.com
  • googlemotherfucker.com
  • googlepoo.com
  • googlesucks.com
Pingdom likes:
  • errorpageassist.com
  • googlemonitoring.com
  • googleclusters.com
  • googlewebmonitoring.com

How we found these domain names

We found all of these domain names by processing the root zone file for the .com top-level domain. We also confirmed that the domain names in this post are owned by Google by looking at domain WHOIS information for the ones we included.

It is likely that many of these domain names have been registered by Google either to protect their brand, and in some cases to prevent typosquatting and similar practices. Google lawyers have surely been keeping busy reclaiming lots of Google-related domain names over the years.

For those interested, here is a complete Excel file with all .com domain names that point to the Google DNS servers ns1.google.com-ns4.google.com. Note that not all of them will be owned by Google (but most are) so you will need to confirm ownership with a WHOIS lookup.

We hope you found this collection interesting. 🙂

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Funny Names

Most of the names on this page are original, but some are from the "Credits" page at the Car Talk web site and a few others were submitted by site visitors.

You are welcome to send me funny names to add to this list, but note that I post only names that could be real. So please don't be the hundredth person to send me Amanda Huginkiss, since that is not a real last name. And I have enough "Dick" names and other bawdy names. Please, no more! Same for Wayne King - it's just not that funny.

There's one exception to my "must be real" rule. My friend, jazz drummer Adam Nussbaum, submitted the hilarious list of "Big Band" names at the bottom of this page.

Eric Oliver sent a boat-load of funny names, and they're in a group farther down the page.

This page has some pretty good ones too: With a Name Like That

Also see my People I'd Like to Know page and my Smileys collection.

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Funny Names

Adam Baum
Adam Zapel
Al Bino
Al Dente
Al Fresco
Al K. Seltzer
Alf A. Romeo
Ali Gaither, Ali Katt
Amanda Lay (real person)
Amanda Lynn (a mandolin)
Amber Green
Andy Friese (as in antifreeze, a real race car driver)
Angelina Cage
Anita Bathe, Anita Bohn, Anita Dick, Anita Friske, Anita Hanke (real person), Anita Goodman, Anita Hoare
Anita Job, Anita Knapp, Anita Lay, Anita Little, Anita Mann, Anita Mandalay, Anita Plummer
Anna Conda
Anna Fender (an offender)
Anna Graham
Anna Prentice (an apprentice)
Anna Recksiek (anorexic)
Anna Sasin
Anne Teak
Annette Curtain
Annie Howe, Annie Matter
April May (a real person I knew in high school)
April Schauer (allegedly a real person)
Aretha Holly
Armand Hammer
Art Major, Art Painter, Art Sellers
Athol, Massachusetts (real town)
B.A. Ware
Barb Dwyer
Barb E. Dahl
Barbara Seville
Barry Cade
Bea Minor and Dee Major
Beau Archer, Beau Kaye, Beau Tye
Ben Dover, Ben Down, Eileen Dover, Skip Dover
Ben Marcata (a musical term)
Bess Eaton (donut shop chain)
Biff Wellington
Bill Board
Bill Ding
Bill Foldes
Bill Loney
Billy Rubin
Bob Apple
Bob Katz, Tom Katz, Kitty Katz
Bonnie Ann Clyde
Bonnie Beaver, MD - she's an Ob/Gyn of course!
Brad Hammer (carpenter joke)
Brandon Cattell, Brandon Irons
Brandy Anne Koch (Brandy and Coke)
Brandy D. Cantor
Brighton Early
Brock Lee
Brooke Trout
Bud Light
Bud Wieser (real college math teacher)
Buster Cherry, Buster Hyman
C. Good (alledgedly a real eye doctor)
C. Senor
C. Worthy
C. Write (another alleged optician)
Cam Payne
Candace Spencer (can dispenser)
Candy Barr, Candy Baskett, Candy Kane, Candy Sweet
Cara Sterio (alleged real person)
Cara Van
Carrie Dababi ("carry the baby" - Dababi is an Egyptian name)
Carrie Oakey
Casey Macy
Charity Case
Cheri Pitts, Harry Pitts
Chip Munk
Chip Stone (sculptor)
Chris Coe
Chris Cross
Chris P. Bacon
Chuck U. Farley
Chuck Waggon
Claire Annette Reed
Constance Noring
Corey Ander
Corey O. Graff
Count Dunn, Count Orff
Coyne Flatt (real person)
Craven Moorehead
Crystal Ball (real person)
Crystal Claire Waters
Crystal Glass, Crystal Metheney, Crystal Snow
D. Kay, DDS
D. Liver
Dan D. Lyons, Dan Deline
Dan Druff
Dan Saul Knight
Darren Deeds
Daryl Rhea
Dear Beloved (real person)
Dick Bender (real sports person)
Dick Burns
Dick Bush (real person)
Dick Face
Dick Finder (real name of a urologist)
Dick Handler
Dick Hardigan (could be a Viagra salseman)
Dick Head, Dick Hertz
Dick Hyman (famous jazz musician)
Dick Hunter (my junior high principal - really!)
Dick Long
Dick Mussell
Dick Pole (real major league baseball player)
Dick Pound
Dick Rasch (real person)
Dick Swett
Dick (Richard) Tapper, MD (a real urologist in Toledo, OH)
Dick Tator
Dick Trickle (real person, a NASCAR driver)
Dick Wood (real person, emailed me)
Dickson Yamada
Dilbert Pickles
Dinah Soares
Dixon, Cox, and Peters (law firm)
Don Key
Donald Duck
Donny Brook
Doris Schutt (Doris Open...)
DooLittle & Dalley (Real Estate Agent in England)
Doug Graves
Doug Hole
Doug & Phil Updegrave (yes, this is a legitimate last name)
Doug Witherspoon
Douglas Furr
Dr. Baldock (of course he's a Urologist)
Dr. Croak
Dr. Harry C. Beaver (real OB/GYN, retired now)
Dr. Bender (Chiropracter)
Dr. Butcher
Dr. DeKay, DDS
Dr. & Dr. Doctor (real married doctors from Norwalk, CT)
Dr. Fang (a dentist)
Dr. Shelly Fingerhood (real OB/GYN)
Dr. Gass (allegedly a real anesthesiologist)
Dr. Gutstein
Dr. Hanus
Dr. Hurt (real pediatrician in Saginaw, MI)
Dr. Hymen
Dr. I. Ball (optometrist)
Dr. Kauff
Dr. Killum
Dr. Look (real opthalmologist in Hawaii)
Dr. Looney - a psychiatrist of course!
Dr. Payne (plastic surgeon in Sandusky, OH)
Dr. Pullham
Dr. Robert Fallis (a real doctor who does vasectomies)
Dr. Slaughter
Dr. Surgeon (another real doctor from Stamford, CT)
Dr. E. Ville
Drew Peacock
Duane Pipe
Dusty Carr, Dusty Rhodes
Dusty Sandmann (real person, submitted by his dad Roger Sandmann)
Edna May (or may not)
Earl E. Bird
Earl Lee Riser
Easton West (and of course Weston East)
Eaton Wright and Liv Good
Eddie Current (electronics joke)
Edward Z. Filler, DDS
Ella Vader
Emma Royds
Eric Shinn
Ernie Coli (E. Coli) owns a Mexican restaurant
Estelle Hertz (it still hurts)
Evan Keel
Faith Christian
Fanny O'Rear, Fanny Hertz
Father A. Long
Ferris Wheeler
Flint Sparks
Fonda Dicks (a real women's league basketball player)
Ford Parker
Forrest Green
Foster Child
Dr. Frank Bonebreak (real doctor)
Frank Enstein
Dr. Franklin Stein (real doctor)
Gae Hooker (allegedly real surgical prep nurse)
Gaye Barr
Gaye Jolly (and her sister Holly Jolly)
Gail Force
Gail Storm (Wendy Storm, Dusty Storm and Rory Storm)
Gene Poole
Geoff L. Tavish (Gefilte fish)
Gil Fish
Ginger Rayl, Ginger Snapp, Ginger Vitus
Gladys C. Hughes (glad to see you)
H. Wayne Carver, MD (Connecticut medical examiner who carves up dead people.)
Hamilton Burger (Ham Burger, character on the old Perry Mason TV series)
Harden Thicke
Harold Assman (and you thought that Seinfeld episode was just a joke)
Harry Armand Bach
Harry Baals (real person)
Harry Beard, Harry Beaver, Harry Butts
Harry Caray (famous sports announcer)
Harry Chest, Harry Cox, Harry Dangler, Harry Johnson, Harry Legg, Harry Hooker, Harry P. Ness, Harry Peters, Harry Lipp, Harry Sachs
Harry R. M. Pitts
Harry Rump (real plumber from Freemont, Maine)
Hazle Nutt
Heidi Clare
Helen Back
Helen Waite (credit manager - if you want credit go to Helen Waite)
Helen Wiells (hell on wheels)
Herb Farmer, Herb Rice
Holly McRell
Holly Day, Holly Wood
Honey Bee
Howie Doohan
Hugh Jass
Hugh Jorgan
Hugh Morris (a "humorous" name, thanks to Shaun Oriold)
Hy Ball
Hy Lowe, Bea Lowe
Hy Marx (scholar), Hy Price
I.D. Clair
I. Lasch
I.M. Boring
I.P. Freely, I.P. Daly
I. Pullem (allegedly a real dentist)
Ileane Wright, Ilene South (West, East...)
Ima Hogg (a real person, daughter of a Texas governor)
Iona Ford
Iona Frisbee (alledgedly a real person)
Iona Stonehouse (also alledgedly a real person)
Isadore Bell (a real person)
Ivan Oder
Ivana Mandic (a real basketball player)
Ivy Leage
Jack Hoff
Jack Goff (my uncle - no kidding!)
Jack Haas
Jack Hammer
Jack Knoff
Jack Pott
Jack Tupp (the perfect name for a car mechanic)
Jacklyn Hyde
Jasmine Rice (I found this one in my cupboard)
Jay Walker
Jean Poole
Jed Dye (Jedi)
Jenny Tull
Jerry Atrick
Jim Laucher (gym locker)
Jim Shorts, Jim Shu, Jim Sox
Jo King
Joe Kerr (joker)
Jordan Rivers
Joy Kil
Joy Rider
June Bugg
Justin Case, Justin Casey Howells, Justin Hale, Justin Inch, Justin Miles North (just ten miles north), Justin Sane, Justin Time,
Kandi Apple
Katherine (Kat) Toy (a real person)
Kay Bull
Keelan Early (dying young) - real person who submitted his own name
Kelly Green
Ken Dahl
Kenny Penny
Kent C. Strait (an optometrist, of course!)
Kenya Dewit
Kerry Oki
King Queene
Lake Speed (a real person, NASCAR race car driver)
Lance Boyle, Lance Butts
Laura Lynne Hardy, Laurel Ann Hardy
Laura Norder (law and order)
Laurence Getzoff
Leigh King (leaking)
Les Moore
Les Payne - should be an anesthesiologist
Les Plack, a real dentist
Levon Coates
Lewis N. Clark (real person, he told me he drives an Explorer)
Lily Pond
Lina Ginster (allegedly real)
Lindsay Doyle (There are "Manny Moore" funny names in the linked video.)
Lisa Carr, Kitty Carr, Otto Carr, Parker Carr
Lisa Ford, Lisa Honda, Iona Corolla, etc.
Lisa May Boyle, Lisa May Dye
Liv Long
Lois Price (bargain shopper) and her husband Hy Price
Lou Pole
Lou Zar (loser)
Luckey, Chance, a real doctor
Lucy Fer
Luke Warm
Lynn C. Doyle
Lynn O. Liam
M. Balmer
Macon Paine (real name - Google it)
Mark Skid (Skid, Mark)
Manny Kinn
Marlon Fisher
Marsha Dimes (march of dimes)
Marsha Mellow
Marshall Law
Marty Graw
Mary Annette Woodin
Mary A. Richman
Mary Christmas
Matt Tress
Maude L.T. Ford
Max Little
Max Power
May Day
May Furst
Mel Loewe
Melba Crisp (real person who emailed me)
Melody Music
Mia Hamm (a real person)
Mike Easter
Mike Hunt
Mike Raffone
Mike Reinhart (My Cryin' Heart - sounds like it could be a country song)
Mike Rotch
Mike Stand (a real person)
Mike Sweeney (sounds as Mike's weenie), famous baseball player
Milly Graham
Minny van Gogh
Missy Sippy (and her mom, Mrs. Sippy)
Mister Bates
Misty Waters (a real person)
Misty C. Shore (a real person), Rocky Shore, Sandy C. Shore (another real person)
Mo Lestor
Moe B. Dick
Moe DeGrasse
Molly Kuehl
Mona Lott
Monica Monica (real person)
Morey Bund
Morningwood Drive (funny street name)
Muddy Waters (famous blues singer, real name McKinley Morganfield)
Myles Long
Nancy Ann Cianci
Nat Sass
Neil Down, Neil Crouch
Neil McNeil (submitted by his cousin)
Nick O. Time
Noah Riddle, Noah Lott
Norma Leigh Lucid
Olive Branch
Olive Green
Olive Hoyl
Olive Yew (I love you)
Oliver Sutton (all of a sudden)
Ophelia Payne
Oren Jellow
Orson Carte
Oscar Ruitt
Otto Graf
Owen Big, Owen Cash, Owen Moore (should be tax collectors)
P. Ness, A. Ness
P. Brain
Paige Turner
Park A. Studebaker
Pat Downe (a real person)
Pat McCann
Pat Hiscock
Patience Wait (a real person)
Patton Cox
Pearl Button
Pearl E. Gates, Pearl E. White
Peg Legge
Penny Dollar, Bill Dollar (real people)
Penny Lane, Penny Nichols, Penny Profit, Penny Wise
Pepe Roni
Pete Moss and his son Forest
Peter Johnson (a real announcer on public radio), Dick Johnson
Peter Peed
Peter Wacko, DDS (real dentist in Calgary, AB, Canada)
Phil Bowles (must be a pot dealer)
Phil Graves (cemetery employee, works with his brother Doug Graves)
Phil Rupp
Phil Wright, DDS (real dentist in Anchorage, AK)
Phillip D. Bagg (partner of Robin Banks below)
Pierce Cox (ouch!)
Pierce Deere
Pierce Hart
Polly Ester
Post, Mark
Price Wright (another real person)
Priti Manek ("pretty manic", real doctor in Houston, TX)
R. M. Pitt
R. Sitch
R. Slicker
Randy Guy
Randy Lover
Raney Schauer
Ray Gunn
Ray Zenz (raisins)
Raynor Schein
Reid Enright
Rex Easley (reportedly a real traffic safety teacher at Kamiakin High, Kennewick, WA)
Rhea Curran
Rhoda Booke, Rita Booke
Rich Feller, Rich Guy, Rich Kidd, Rich Mann
Richard P. Cox (real person)
Richard Chopp (real Urologist in Austin, TX, does vasectomies)
Rick O'Shea
Rick Shaw
Rip Torn (real name Elmore Rual Torn Jr.)
Rita Buch, Rita Story
Robin Andis Merryman
Robin Banks, Rob Banks, Robin Feathers, Robin Money, U. O. Money
Robert and Reginald Soles (allegedly real brothers: R. Soles)
Rock (Rocco) Bottoms, Rock Pounder, Rock Stone
Rocky Beach, Sandy Beach
Rocky Mountain, Cliff Mountain
Rocky Rhoades
Rod N. Reel
Roman Holiday
Rose Bush, Rose Gardner
Rowan Boatman
Royal Payne
Russell Leeves
Russell Sprout
Rusty Blades, Rusty Bridges, Rusty Carr, Rusty Dorr, Rusty Fossat, Rusty Fender
Rusty Irons, Rusty Keyes, Rusty Nail, Rusty Pipes, Rusty Steele
Ryan Carnation
Ryan Coke (Rye whiskey with Coca Cola)
Sal A. Mander
Sal Minella, Sam Manilla, Sam & Ella's restaurant
Sally Forth
Sarah Bellum
Sawyer B. Hind, Sawyer Dickey (even better, I. Sawyer Dickey)
Sandy Banks, Sandy Beech, Sandy Brown, Sandy Spring
Seth Poole (poor guy has a lisp)
Seymour Bush (gynecologist), Seymour Butz (proctologist), Seymour Wiener (urologist)
Shanda Lear (daughter of Bill Lear, inventor of the Lear jet)
Sharon Fillerup
Sharon Needles, Sharon Weed, Sharon A. Burger
Sheila Blige
Skip Roper, Skip Stone
Sonny Day
Sno White (real person)
Stan Still - should own a 'stationery' store :->)
Stanley Cupp
Dr. Steven Sumey (Dr. sue me, real person in Fairmont, MN)
Sue Flay
Sue Render (surrender, a real person)
Sue Ridge (sewerage)
Sue Yu, Sue Jeu
Summer Camp (allegedly a real person), Summer Day, Summer Greene, Summer Holiday
Sy Burnette
Tad Moore
Tad Pohl
Tamara Knight
Tanya Hyde
Tara Cherry, real gynecologist
Ted E. Baer
Terry Achey (real name)
Terry Bull (allegedly real name, and his brother Eddie Bull)
Tess Steckle
Therese R. Green, Teresa Green
Thomas Richard Harry
Tiffany Box (a real person, see THIS)
Tim Burr
Tish Hughes
Tittsworth & Grabbe, real law firm
Tom A. Toe
Tom Katt
Tom Morrow
Tommy Gunn
Tommy Hawk
Trina Woods, Trina Forest (tree in the woods, tree in a forest)
Ty Coon, Ty Knotts
Urich Hunt
Viola Solo
Virginia Beach
Walter Melon
Wanda Rinn
Wanna Hickey
Warren Peace
Warren T.
Will Power
Will Race (real person who told me he races cars and on foot)
Will Wynn (Mayor of Austin, Texas)
Willie B. Hardigan
Willie Leak (or won't he)
Willie Stroker
Willie Waite
Winsom Cash, Owen Cash
Woody Forrest
X. Benedict


Longer Submissions

From my good friend Rob Carlson: "Our names for the Les Talent Five Minus One band were Les Talent, Kenny Hackett, Dewey Needham and the lovely Gina Lobudgeta."

Someone sent me this: "A coworker whose last name is Naze wanted to name his daughter May Ann Naze but his wife refused."

Then a few months later I received this: "I believe I was that child. My dad (Robert Naze) used to tell me that story all the time when I was a little girl. He and my grandfather both wanted that to be my name because they thought it was hilarious, but my mom refused because she didn't want me to get made fun of as a child. My name instead ended up being Melissa Ann Naze."

Someone else sent me this: "My aunt's name is Debra May Page and she married Patrick Dye, so now she is called Debra May Dye!! Lol!!"

And this is from another Dye: "My maiden name is Mandy Brown and I married Timmy Dye. My name is now Mandy Brown Dye. Our marriage announcement in the local paper read BROWN-DYE. I also know siblings named Rusty Keys and Penny Keys. I almost named my kids May Dye and Will Dye. My husband wouldn't have it!"

Meg Boner sent me this: "This one is real - it's mine. My maiden name was Meg Ann Childress. Nothing exciting. Well, I married Alan Boner, and now I am Meg A. Boner!"

I love this recent submission: "My friend's name is Crystal Ware and has been made fun of all of her life for it. She's been called names like Tupperware, silverware, and the famous underwear."

This is from Misty Cupp: "My maiden name is Misty Cupp (Miss Tea Cup). I am now Mason. My family jokes that I went from a tea cup to a Mason jar. I have a cousin named Crystal Cupp."

And this: "Our last name is Reitz pronounced rights. When my husband and I were expecting our son he wanted to name him William Oliver Reitz (Bill O. Reitz) [but] I wouldn't go for it."

From Kristin G: "When I was a teenager, I worked with a woman named Terry (spelled that way) who married a man with the last name Terry (yes, spelled that way) so her name was Terry Terry. In a neighboring town, many years ago, a family named Teed had two sons, whom they named Warren and Garren. Finally, in our local phone book is a listing which appears as 'Miss, Kris' which, of course, would make her name 'Kris Miss.' Sometimes I wonder what in the world parents are thinking!!!"

From Robert Eisenschmidt: "I have a friend, Bill Land, who named his daughter Alison Wanda Land. His wife changed the name on the birth certificate when she found out."

From Joyce: "I enjoyed your website, especially the funny names. Where I work, there is a woman named Constance Sweat and another named Elizabeth Ard - she detests being called Liz Ard and prefers Beth. I knew another girl who named her son Eddy Bair."

From Phil Simms: "I knew a girl that went to Westside High in Omaha Nebraska named Summer Holiday."

From Theresa Glass: "When I was pregnant with my oldest son I wanted to name him Otto. Our last name is Glass. Otto Glass (auto glass). His dad wouldn't allow it."

From John Klaessy: "My sister, Ann Klaessy (pronounced classy), lives near you in Suffield, CT. She married a guy with the last name of Ho. She took her maiden name as her middle name. Therefore, her name is A. Klaessy Ho."

From Denny Lease: "Here in Walla Walla, Washington (a funny name in itself) we once had a Dr. Ruff and a Dr. Au (pronounced OW)."

From Anna Mirer: "My grandfather's name was Les Cash, his wife was named Dess, and together they owned and operated the Cash Inn."

From Chris Von Feldt: "Kit Wong married Jason Chiu - so she's Kit Chiu (and an architect in Seattle). She said it sounded funny and wanted to hyphenate to Kit Wong-Chiu. I said 'what about the right shoe.' She said to go ahead and stick with the sneeze name."

From Mariah Mann: "My husband's name is Clay Mann. We have often thought of names for children ... Anita Mann, Hugh Mann, Matt Mann, Eileen Mann." [EW: What about Batt Mann?]

From Ashleigh Conners: "My name is Ashleigh Connors, my fiancée is John Tray. So when I get married I will become Ashleigh Tray. All my friends call me Ash. Ash Tray."

From Dan Jeckering: "I went to school with a family with the last name of Schauers (pronounced showers). They had three daughters named Misty, Dawn and April."

From Sam Ann Fisher: "I saw your page of funny names and I thought wow my name belongs here. I never figured out why I got named this but it's hilarious."

From Yvonne Iwasa: "My cousin's wife is Cherrie Crisp. My friend's dad is Wally Wacker."

From Jerry Brown: "My former wife's first husband was named Green, my name is Brown, she later married Robert Gray."

From Cal Ernst: "Back in the early 70s I went to college with two girls, Trudy Will and Cathy May. Probably not very funny on their own, but we had a good time with it back then. 'Cathy May but Trudy Will.' They were both good looking, too."

From Angeline Coffin: "My name is A. Glass Coffin. My daughter-in-law was J. L. Beyt (jail bait). My sister was Betty Carr Glass and is now Betty Glass Ware."

From Coby Unger: "My parents almost named me Thurston Unger."

From Lonna Levine: "In my mother-in-law's family, her own mother's name is Ginger Mintz, and she has cousins named John and Candace Mintz whose nicknames growing up were Pepper and Candy."

From Brittany Shorrock: "My best friend's name is Erin May Read. I don't think her parents realized what they did. LOL."

From Teri Wright: "On funny names, I have came across a few through my work: Justin Towne and Heaven Leigh Day are the most recent. At my previous job I came across Dick Manley and Peter Pann. I have a brother that works for an insurance company, and he could not believe the name of the claimant. It seems he was to be named a variation of his dad's name, Lester, so they named him Moe Lester."

From Tony Franklin: "A colleague of mine lectures part time at a university. His name is Mike Coffey, and confusion sometimes occurs when students or staff ask his whereabouts. He takes his black."

From Kris Woods: "I know of an Air Force Major who's name is Richard, goes by Dick, last name Holder. So officially he is Major Dick Holder. Real person."

"I had to write to you about my aunt. Her name is Winifred, but growing up she always went by Windy. She's had 3 or 4 husbands now, but her latest has the last name of Rump. Yes, I have an aunt Windy Rump."

"My name is Cori Ander (like the spice) and my goal is to one day be part of the pop sensation known as the Spice Girls. I also have two classmates (sisters) Shelly May Dye and Catherine Will Dye."

From Robin Hyde: "I did the orientations for the new inmates arriving at the state prison in Arizona. I would start out my session by writing my name on the chalkboard and then introduce myself by saying 'Hi, my name is Robin Hyde. I understand some of you used to do that for a living.'"

From Tim: "In college, my friend Susie Beaver was roommates with Molly Shaver."

From Brett Kissane: "Michigan's attorney general is named Mike Cox. One of his commercials says "Mike Cox is hard on the issues."

From Harold Jewell: "If operatic singer Kathleen Battle married classical pianist Emanuel Ax, she'd be Kathleen Battle Ax."

From cherokeeblazer: "There was Count D'Monet who of course has a lovely wife named Anita (Anita D'Monet). They have a son named Owen but he didn't like the eurpoean "D" so he is just Owen Monet."

From Charlie Mitchell: "In the early 1990s, I worked with a man by the name of Pepsi diCola. I also know of a man named Coca diCola. The two are not related. You gotta love the Italians."

From Ron Jones: "My first manager at Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto was Brooks Esser. Not too amusing, until I realized his first initial and last name are B. Esser. I first realized this in his presence, and I laughed out loud right in front of him, pretty much uncontrolled for a good 30 seconds!!! He wasn't amused."

From Cynthia Purdy: "I know a girl named Isabelle-Marie Maddon. She married a guy whose last name is Kersing. In Quebec, we are not allowed to drop our maiden names, but it's acceptable to hyphenate our married names. So now her name is I.M. Maddon-Kersing (I am mad and cursing)."

From Christiana Hundley: "I saw your list and I have to add Dr. Harry Bear in Richmond, VA, Dr. Smiley, DDS in Chesterfield, VA, and Mrs. Clara Fiddler, my elementary school music teacher, John Strange Elementary in Indianapolis, IN"

From Jim Ware: "I'm JR Ware. We have an A Ware and a B Ware in our family. When I was in the Air Force, Sgt. and Mrs. Hohole named their kid Ophelia. Poor girl."

From Jeremy Mays: "Being in the military we get some pretty funny names with the ranks.
Major Payne - Yes he worked at the hospital.
Captain Hook - A friend's officer in charge of his section.
Colonel Sergeant - My base commander in Korea. To me it's funny because a Colonel is an officer and a Sergeant is enlisted."

From Molly Shackleford: "When I worked at the Smithfield Police Department, in Smithfield, VA, I had the chance to work with a Detective named Burt Nurney. He would get audibly frustrated (over the police radio) if anyone said his name too fast. I gathered that he was not a fan of Sesame Street."

From Dawn Epstein: "I worked for Centronics in the late 70s to early 80s, and we had an electronic parts representative whose name was D.C. Current. He swore it was genuinely his birth name, and added that his father's name was 'A.C. Current, and they rectified the situation.'"

From Becky Friday: "I have a couple actual names for you from the area where I live (Bay City, Michigan): Lester and Esther Festerling (married couple), Rusty and Sandy Pyles (married couple), Sonny & Rosie Holes (married couple), Weiner & Cox Law Firm (Detroit). PS: My last name is Friday, and when I was born, the nurses in the hospital tried talking my Mom and Dad into naming me "Tuesday Friday," as Tuesday Weld was a popular actress then. Also, I have a sister-in-law named Jo Friday."

From Doug Horton: "I had a veterinary who was called Peter Nutt (P. Nutt) and his wife's name was Hazel."

From Bena: "There was a female private I used to know in Ottawa when I was in the military. Her name was Sheila Rose Richardson. She married a serviceman surnamed Hiscock and became Sheila Rose Hiscock."

From Carol Dasseos: "My mother told me about a girl in her elementary school who was named Etta Byrd. They used to tease her every time her name was called by saying, 'How did it taste?'"

From Cory Schaan: "My last name is Schaan and my children are Olivia Newton Schaan and Elton Schaan."

From Ricky Small: "As you can see from my email, my name is Richard Allan Small. I'm actually the third. You can imagine the fun people had with my name. Eg. Small, Dick; Dick Small; Dicky Smalls. I always joke that "Small, Dicks" run in the family. I used to hate my name but now I embrace it, and it's fun to have a funny name if you have a good sense of humor.

From someone who prefers to remain anonymous: "My grandpa's name was John Oder, his son's name (my uncle) was also John Oder. To further terrorize the next generation my uncle named his first daughter Shelly Oder, thus all her life she has grown up being called Smelly Oder."

From Randy Beecher Bacon II: "From the time I've been young I have always been hassled about my name. My full name is Randy Beecher Bacon II (Beat Your Bacon). Yep, I am not the only one. My dad grew up with this interesting name and he decided that I was worthy of his namesake. When I was young it bothered me, but now it is nice to stand out, and a lot of people think its awesome for some reason, also."

From Boyd L. Simonson: "The driver of the truck, which moved our furniture from South Carolina to California in 1995, was named Stu D. Baker. He laughed about it, so it didn't bother him."

From David Sellars: My wife Ruth's nickname was Dusty when I met her. She became Dusty Sellars. As a kid my den mother was Mavis Davis. I had a co-worker name Edric Chun (gotta say it kinda fast) whose nickname was Bone. I had to ask why they called him Bone. They told me, say his name kinda fast. There is a family here in Hawaii named Silva. They named one son Hiho and the other Quick (for real). One of my friend's sister in High School was Nancy Olmstead. She married a guy named Kim Yancy.

From David Way: My brother, for years before he had kids swore he loved the name Noah. But when he did finally have a son, he could not pull the trigger and name him Noah Way.

From Melody Goodnight: Real person, my mom, her name is Anita Goodnight. Her maiden name was Anita Bible, her mother's last name was Johnson, so had she not married my grandpa and still had my mother her name would/could have been Anita Johnson. My name is Melody Goodnight, obviously my maiden name which I took back when I divorced my ex-husband so that I could say ... wait for it ... I was always a goodnight ... lol. Always gets a giggle.

From Jennifer Comeau: My ex-husbands great uncle's name was Otto Moe Beal. He passed away in the late 80's; he owned and operated a service station in Illinois. He begged relatives to name a daughter Snow Moe. Nope, didn't happen.

From Katrina Kufrin: A girl a few years older than me in my hometown was Sandy Eigo. I worked at a university bookstore in the late 70's, the director was Harold Ball, he hung around with the ROTC guy, his name was Richard Head. Yes, they would introduce themselves as Dick Head and Harry Ball! While I was in the Navy, I often had to check ID cards, one that is memorable is Billy Hill, written on ID card as Hill, Billy.

From Glenda Denny: I saw the list of funny names on your website and thought you might want to add my high school science teacher, Rod Tickle to the list. Yes, that is his real name.

From Rick: Went to school with a girl named "Robyn Crowe" and a friend of mine married a girl named "Candy Sweet," and no, it's not a stage name, she's actually as sweet as she can be pardon the pun. They met after high school in 1978 in Western NY outside Buffalo. I went to school with Robyn from 7th grade up. I also went with a girl from Kent Island whose name was Cathy or "Kathy Semen" who got married and took the surname "Creme." So a "very friendly" "free spirited," um, tartish very attractive young lady became "Kathy Semen-Creme." Not one word of it a lie.

From Robert Bolstad: Tobar, Nevada, pronounced "To bar." Nothing remains of this town except building foundations. It was located on the Western Pacific Railroad mainline and was originally a construction town. These were the original knock-down towns; when the railroad construction moved further down the line, the proprietors simply disassembled their structures and moved on. Without exception, the first two businesses to set up shop were the houses of ill repute and the bars. One enterprising bar owner put up a sign with an arrow indicating the direction to his establishment. After the construction moved on, a few townspeople remained. Evidently a passing railroad inspector whose job consisted of naming all the new towns on the line saw this sign which had been left behind, and having a sense humor, named the town what he had read on the sign. A much more lucid account can be found in the book "Portrait of a Silver Lady: The Train They Called the California Zephyr" by Ted Benson and Bruce A. MacGregor.


From Roger Grupp

I have created a fictional brass quintet, the Effenheimer Brass, that is all about funny names I have thought of. Virtually all of them are ones I conceived, and are plausible names:

Felix Austead (feel exhausted)
Mary Ann Bright Trina Corder ($3.25)
Carrie Couture (caricature)
Mike Czech (mic check)
Joaquin DeFlores (walkin' the floors)
Marguerite DeVille (Margaritaville)
Lindsay Doyle (linseed oil)
Neil Dupre (kneel to pray)
Emile Eaton (a meal eaten)
Kristie Hannity (Christianity)
Nina Levin (911)
Ty Malone (time alone)
Rosa Shore (rows ashore)
Walt Smedley (waltz medley)
Reed Toomey (read to me)

My favorites are a little contrived: Doug Love-Fitzhugh (the glove fits you) and Zoe Mudgett Hertz (so much it hurts).


From Eric Oliver

Growing up, our next door neighbors were Larry and Sally Shade. Larry's brother married a girl named Kathy Lamp. When she married into the family, she couldn't resist hyphenating her last name, thus becoming Kathy Lamp-Shade.

While I was in college, I fell ill and had to go visit Dr Kluck. Although he may sound like a bit like a quack, he was the best doctor I ever visited in college.

If you go to Duke Energy's web site you will see their legal team consists of Ruff and Manly:

Would you like your clergy to be Rev. M. T. Head?

Ever know a good man? Now you do: Noah Goodman.

You must add I.P. Looney to your I.P. list.

Elaine Hew was survived by her sister, Annie Hew.

Rocky Stone founded the Hearing Loss Association of America - dare I say he was deaf as a stone?

Harry Boyle kinda disgusts me.

Let's don't forget the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's girls basketball coach Sandy Botham.

I've been told (but can't confirm) that my friend's father, David Sparks, is partners with Rich Burns and they sell fire insurance.

I know a Simi Baer but we can't forget the rest of the clan: Norma Lee, Ima, Ted E., Teddi, Harry, Rhoda, and Stella.

There is a Dr. Cockburn, a urologist in Tampa, FL.

Arya Reddy?

Names that should be real, but I have never met:

* Ima Klotz and her sister, Sasha Klotz
* Marv Ellis
* Cole Durkee
* Thor Luther
* Mona Little, and after marriage Mona Little-Moore (or Mona Lott and Mona Lott-Moore)
* Mark A. Roni
* Dee Flower
* Braxton Hicks
* Michael Otto Nuys
* M.T. Toombe
* Ima Gaye-Barr
* Manny Bones
* Myra Mains
* Dusty Carr
* Mary Gold
* Bob Sledd

I worked with a guy that named his sons Hunter, Fisher, Trapper, and Skinner ... poor kids.

I know you said no more bawdy names, but in college there were two girls that took more than their share of abuse. One of them was named Jenny Titsworth (and she took more than her share of those too). The other was Michelle Elaine Rector, aka Michelle E. Rector. I wouldn't share them if they weren't true...

My full name is Eric Paul Oliver, but until I was about 7 I was teased by my friends and called Eric P. All over. I trust my secret is safe with you. :-)


BIG BAND NAMES

DEWEY NEEDHAM & HIS JAZZ ORCH.

TRUMPETS
Al Tissimo (lead trumpet), Pops de Vane (old time 1st trumpet), Plenty Haitönen (1st trumpet Finland) Willy Makit or Kenny Makit (1st trumpet), Buster Bloodvessel (1st trumpet), Felix Cited, Howie Spitz, Ames Toulouse, Chops O'Gonagen (or Lips O' Gonagen), Ed Down, Rusty Piston, Buster Hinote, Diz Astor, Noah Count

TROMBONES
Hy Register,Slip Shod,Willie Show, Bjent Slide, Adolf Tune, Mosley Late, Scott Noslide (on valve trombone), Terry Billnoise, Moe Zaic, Justin Tune, Lew Slips (bass trombone), Keith Myath, (toothless bass trombone)

SAXOPHONES
Kenny Read - lead alto, Izzy Sharp - lead alto, Mosley Flat - 2nd alto, Les Tone - 2nd alto, Manny Notes - 1st tenor, Mai-Lik - Chinese 1st tenor, Reed Mylips - 1st tenor, Otto Tune - 2nd tenor, Ron Key - 2nd tenor, Lee King - 2nd tenor, Olaf Awhiskey - Swedish tenor, Mustafa Fix - Arabic tenor, Selmer Horn - broke tenor player, Seymour Butts - baritone, Rusty Keys - baritone, Arthur Chorus - baritone, Ima Growler - baritone

FLUTE
Bret Support - Will Trill - Mosley Sharpe - Lotta Air - Vera Piercing (piccolo)

RHYTHM SECTION

PIANO
R. Peggio - Manny Wong Kordz - Phil Allgaps - Hugo Tommy Head (piano bar) - Sven Lightsarlo (Swedish piano bar) - Thelonious Gallintown (gay pianist)

ORGAN
Page Turner

BASS
Ron Lines - Pete Ziccato (Italian) - Toulouse De Beat (French) - Buster Gutt - Warren Fretts - Uguludunga (African)

GUITAR
Ron Kords - Rex Yurears (rock guitarist) - Ian Gee & Rudy Mentry (folk guitarists) - Kent Reed - Segovia Carpet (classical guitarist) - Django Bells - Rock Enrol - Sten Gunn (Swedish rock guitarist)

DRUMS
Phil Dinn - Don Swing - No-Tai-Ming (Vietnamese) - Owen Transport (Welsh) - Will Travel - Arturo Verciz (South American) - Knut Loose (Danish) - Ching Boom (Chinese) - I.Q. Lowe

VIBES
Hal Mallet

BANJO
Ricky Tick

HARP
Anne Dante

HARPSICHORD
Arron Variation

PERCUSSION
Perry Diddle - Jim Nasium - Tim Bales

STRING SECTION
Adolf Fiddler - Phil Harmonic (1st Violin) - Squeekin Myassoff, Fay Kerr (2nd violin) - Vi Baratto - Vera Sharp (violas) - Beau Braker, Donna Octif (Cello)

FRENCH HORN
Belle Tone

TUBA
Sue Saphone

DANCERS
Dinah Sore - Betty Whont - Sonia Papermoon - Sharon Sharalijk - Lois D. Nominator - Barbara Seville - Tamara Nevercomes - Tamara Zanutha Day - Anne Fetamin - Anna Rexia

CHOREOGRAPHY
Amanda B. Reckonwith - Ben Dover (gay)

DANCE TEAMS
Ko & Nova Caine - Sam & Janet Evening

FEMALE SINGERS
Norma Stitts (or E. Norma Stitts) - Eileen Back - Eileen Dover - Annie Keewildoo - Sheila Blige (or Sheila O'Blige) - Marsha Dymes - Lotta Head - Terri Belle (French) - Kay Sirah-Sirah (Anglo/Egyptian) Deborah C. Ewe (singer with adenoid problem) - Mozarella Fitzgerald (Italian jazz singer)

FEMALE BLUES SINGERS
Bertha De Blues - Elefants Gerald

FEMALE DUO
Annie Tune 'n' Annie Key

MALE SINGERS
Amos B.Haven - Denny Nodsout - Lee Thargic - Amos Havacik Daly (Jewish,Slovak,Irishman) - Chester Gigolo - Payne N. Diaz - Kanta Singh (Indian) - Barry Tone

COUNTRY & WESTERN SINGERS
Lars Roundup (Swedish) - Abner Selfabal

BACKING VOCALS
Rachel Prejudice - Freda Slaves - Sybil Rights (South African trio) - Anita Leigh - Eustace Crew

SINGING COACH
Hal E. Tosis

ARRANGER
Walt Smedley

BAND LEADERS / CONDUCTORS
Dewey Needham - Ron Tempo - Ivor Wiggon - Walter Mess - Charles Louis D'Inse (French) - Voorhees A. Jollygoodfellow - Owen De Guys (and his wife Leigh De Guys) - Yuron Yurown (Israeli) - Seldon Wright - Kent Count - Ofun Wong (Chinese) - Kick der Raas (Dutch) - Count Immov - Izzy Goudinov - Phil Harmonic (classical) - Dick Dolittle

MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Darryl B. Moreticome

BAND COMEDIAN
Lucius N. Savuma

SOUND CREW
Lew Swires - Mike Rafone - Mustafa Djoint - Mike Fawlty - Elco Short - Constance Humm

LIGHTING
Justin Case - Flip M. Awn - Jerry Rigg

ELECTRICIAN
Les Voltage

CAMERA
Will Shutter

BAND BOY
Noah I. Cue

SECURITY
B. A. Dick - Rick O'Shae

LIBRARIAN
Miss Inga Page

COPYIST
L. Egible

ROADIES
Oliver Beer (English) - Mannheim Stoned (German) - Manuel Lehba (Spanish) - Ram Shackle (Indian), Fu Kiu (Chinese) - Wang Kerr - Tucker Inn

STAGE MANAGER
Lew Scannon

BUS DRIVER
Ben Z. Dreen - Oliver de Rode - Peekup Andropv

TOUR COORDINATORS
Alice Verboten (German - discipline) - Hertz Von Rental - Ate De Jong (Dutch - child care) Walter Walcarpitz (accomodation)

UNION REPRESENTATIVE
Morey Ziduals - Scott Free - Lou Syfer

PATRONS (OR SPONSORS)
Baron Wasteland - Lord Elpuss - Count D’Meaunay

MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
Bacchus Stabber

BOOKING AGENTS
Al Fresco (Outdoor Festivals) - Gig Booker - Willy Paye - Rip Orff

MANAGERS
Robin Bastard - Anthony Bluitt - Lou Debred

PUBLICITY & PR
Igg Norriss - Ed Vertise - Mai Ling (China)

FAN CLUB PRESIDENT
Doug de Ban

TALENT SCOUT
Hiram Cheap

BAND LAWYERS
Dewey, Cheatham, & Howe

WARDROBE
Zip Herrup - I. B. Sewinn

CATERERS
Andy Pasta - Harry Vederci - Laika McAroni - Sal Monella - Art Burne - Mo Zarella - Al Dente

ACCOUNTANT
Iris Audit

BAND CHAPLAIN
Theo Log (Dutch) - C. de Light - Hal L. Ujah

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Entire contents of this web site Copyright © 1997- by Ethan Winer. All rights reserved.

Funny Names

Most of the names on this page are original, but some are from the "Credits" page at the Car Talk web site and a few others were submitted by site visitors.

You are welcome to send me funny names to add to this list, but note that I post only names that could be real. So please don't be the hundredth person to send me Amanda Huginkiss, since that is not a real last name. And I have enough "Dick" names and other bawdy names. Please, no more! Same for Wayne King - it's just not that funny.

There's one exception to my "must be real" rule. My friend, jazz drummer Adam Nussbaum, submitted the hilarious list of "Big Band" names at the bottom of this page.

Eric Oliver sent a boat-load of funny names, and they're in a group farther down the page.

This page has some pretty good ones too: With a Name Like That

Also see my People I'd Like to Know page and my Smileys collection.

Thanks to EssayLib for helping to support this web site:
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The writers usually look for funny names for their articles, more about such writers you can find in the Essay Thinker review.

Mark Weiss Video ProductionsMy friend and New Milford, CT neighbor Mark Weiss is a fantastic video producer and audio engineer, and I learned a lot while assisting him as a cameraman at live concerts ranging from rock bands to symphony orchestras. If you need someone to do a truly professional job for your wedding video or corporate event using state of the art equipment, please visit his Video Production web site. Mark also repairs electronic equipment including hi-fi and tube gear, among other related services.

Funny Names

Adam Baum
Adam Zapel
Al Bino
Al Dente
Al Fresco
Al K. Seltzer
Alf A. Romeo
Ali Gaither, Ali Katt
Amanda Lay (real person)
Amanda Lynn (a mandolin)
Amber Green
Andy Friese (as in antifreeze, a real race car driver)
Angelina Cage
Anita Bathe, Anita Bohn, Anita Dick, Anita Friske, Anita Hanke (real person), Anita Goodman, Anita Hoare
Anita Job, Anita Knapp, Anita Lay, Anita Little, Anita Mann, Anita Mandalay, Anita Plummer
Anna Conda
Anna Fender (an offender)
Anna Graham
Anna Prentice (an apprentice)
Anna Recksiek (anorexic)
Anna Sasin
Anne Teak
Annette Curtain
Annie Howe, Annie Matter
April May (a real person I knew in high school)
April Schauer (allegedly a real person)
Aretha Holly
Armand Hammer
Art Major, Art Painter, Art Sellers
Athol, Massachusetts (real town)
B.A. Ware
Barb Dwyer
Barb E. Dahl
Barbara Seville
Barry Cade
Bea Minor and Dee Major
Beau Archer, Beau Kaye, Beau Tye
Ben Dover, Ben Down, Eileen Dover, Skip Dover
Ben Marcata (a musical term)
Bess Eaton (donut shop chain)
Biff Wellington
Bill Board
Bill Ding
Bill Foldes
Bill Loney
Billy Rubin
Bob Apple
Bob Katz, Tom Katz, Kitty Katz
Bonnie Ann Clyde
Bonnie Beaver, MD - she's an Ob/Gyn of course!
Brad Hammer (carpenter joke)
Brandon Cattell, Brandon Irons
Brandy Anne Koch (Brandy and Coke)
Brandy D. Cantor
Brighton Early
Brock Lee
Brooke Trout
Bud Light
Bud Wieser (real college math teacher)
Buster Cherry, Buster Hyman
C. Good (alledgedly a real eye doctor)
C. Senor
C. Worthy
C. Write (another alleged optician)
Cam Payne
Candace Spencer (can dispenser)
Candy Barr, Candy Baskett, Candy Kane, Candy Sweet
Cara Sterio (alleged real person)
Cara Van
Carrie Dababi ("carry the baby" - Dababi is an Egyptian name)
Carrie Oakey
Casey Macy
Charity Case
Cheri Pitts, Harry Pitts
Chip Munk
Chip Stone (sculptor)
Chris Coe
Chris Cross
Chris P. Bacon
Chuck U. Farley
Chuck Waggon
Claire Annette Reed
Constance Noring
Corey Ander
Corey O. Graff
Count Dunn, Count Orff
Coyne Flatt (real person)
Craven Moorehead
Crystal Ball (real person)
Crystal Claire Waters
Crystal Glass, Crystal Metheney, Crystal Snow
D. Kay, DDS
D. Liver
Dan D. Lyons, Dan Deline
Dan Druff
Dan Saul Knight
Darren Deeds
Daryl Rhea
Dear Beloved (real person)
Dick Bender (real sports person)
Dick Burns
Dick Bush (real person)
Dick Face
Dick Finder (real name of a urologist)
Dick Hardigan (could be a Viagra salseman)
Dick Head, Dick Hertz
Dick Hyman (famous jazz musician)
Dick Hunter (my junior high principal - really!)
Dick Long
Dick Mussell
Dick Pole (real major league baseball player)
Dick Pound
Dick Rasch (real person)
Dick Swett
Dick (Richard) Tapper, MD (a real urologist in Toledo, OH)
Dick Tator
Dick Trickle (real person, a NASCAR driver)
Dick Wood (real person, emailed me)
Dickson Yamada
Dilbert Pickles
Dinah Soares
Dixon, Cox, and Peters (law firm)
Don Key
Donald Duck
Donny Brook
Doris Schutt (Doris Open...)
DooLittle & Dalley (Real Estate Agent in England)
Doug Graves
Doug Hole
Doug & Phil Updegrave (yes, this is a legitimate last name)
Doug Witherspoon
Douglas Furr
Dr. Baldock (of course he's a Urologist)
Dr. Croak
Dr. Harry C. Beaver (real OB/GYN, retired now)
Dr. Bender (Chiropracter)
Dr. Butcher
Dr. DeKay, DDS
Dr. & Dr. Doctor (real married doctors from Norwalk, CT)
Dr. Fang (a dentist)
Dr. Shelly Fingerhood (real OB/GYN)
Dr. Gass (allegedly a real anesthesiologist)
Dr. Gutstein
Dr. Hanus
Dr. Hurt (real pediatrician in Saginaw, MI)
Dr. Hymen
Dr. I. Ball (optometrist)
Dr. Kauff
Dr. Killum
Dr. Look (real opthalmologist in Hawaii)
Dr. Looney - a psychiatrist of course!
Dr. Payne (plastic surgeon in Sandusky, OH)
Dr. Pullham
Dr. Robert Fallis (a real doctor who does vasectomies)
Dr. Slaughter
Dr. Surgeon (another real doctor from Stamford, CT)
Dr. E. Ville
Drew Peacock
Duane Pipe
Dusty Carr, Dusty Rhodes
Dusty Sandmann (real person, submitted by his dad Roger Sandmann)
Edna May (or may not)
Earl E. Bird
Earl Lee Riser
Easton West (and of course Weston East)
Eaton Wright and Liv Good
Eddie Current (electronics joke)
Edward Z. Filler, DDS
Ella Vader
Emma Royds
Eric Shinn
Ernie Coli (E. Coli) owns a Mexican restaurant
Estelle Hertz (it still hurts)
Evan Keel
Faith Christian
Fanny O'Rear, Fanny Hertz
Father A. Long
Ferris Wheeler
Flint Sparks
Fonda Dicks (a real women's league basketball player)
Ford Parker
Forrest Green
Foster Child
Dr. Frank Bonebreak (real doctor)
Frank Enstein
Dr. Franklin Stein (real doctor)
Gae Hooker (allegedly real surgical prep nurse)
Gaye Barr
Gaye Jolly (and her sister Holly Jolly)
Gail Force
Gail Storm (Wendy Storm, Dusty Storm and Rory Storm)
Gene Poole
Geoff L. Tavish (Gefilte fish)
Gil Fish
Ginger Rayl, Ginger Snapp, Ginger Vitus
Gladys C. Hughes (glad to see you)
H. Wayne Carver, MD (Connecticut medical examiner who carves up dead people.)
Hamilton Burger (Ham Burger, character on the old Perry Mason TV series)
Harden Thicke
Harold Assman (and you thought that Seinfeld episode was just a joke)
Harry Armand Bach
Harry Baals (real person)
Harry Beard, Harry Beaver, Harry Butts
Harry Caray (famous sports announcer)
Harry Chest, Harry Cox, Harry Dangler, Harry Johnson, Harry Legg, Harry Hooker, Harry P. Ness, Harry Peters, Harry Lipp, Harry Sachs
Harry R. M. Pitts
Harry Rump (real plumber from Freemont, Maine)
Hazle Nutt
Heidi Clare
Helen Back
Helen Waite (credit manager - if you want credit go to Helen Waite)
Helen Wiells (hell on wheels)
Herb Farmer, Herb Rice
Holly McRell
Holly Day, Holly Wood
Honey Bee
Howie Doohan
Hugh Jass
Hugh Jorgan
Hugh Morris (a "humorous" name, thanks to Shaun Oriold)
Hy Ball
Hy Lowe, Bea Lowe
Hy Marx (scholar), Hy Price
I.D. Clair
I. Lasch
I.M. Boring
I.P. Freely, I.P. Daly
I. Pullem (allegedly a real dentist)
Ileane Wright, Ilene South (West, East...)
Ima Hogg (a real person, daughter of a Texas governor)
Iona Ford
Iona Frisbee (alledgedly a real person)
Iona Stonehouse (also alledgedly a real person)
Isadore Bell (a real person)
Ivan Oder
Ivana Mandic (a real basketball player)
Ivy Leage
Jack Hoff
Jack Goff (my uncle - no kidding!)
Jack Haas
Jack Hammer
Jack Knoff
Jack Pott
Jack Tupp (the perfect name for a car mechanic)
Jacklyn Hyde
Jasmine Rice (I found this one in my cupboard)
Jay Walker
Jean Poole
Jed Dye (Jedi)
Jenny Tull
Jerry Atrick
Jim Laucher (gym locker)
Jim Shorts, Jim Shu, Jim Sox
Jo King
Joe Kerr (joker)
Jordan Rivers
Joy Kil
Joy Rider
June Bugg
Justin Case, Justin Casey Howells, Justin Hale, Justin Inch, Justin Miles North (just ten miles north), Justin Sane, Justin Time,
Kandi Apple
Katherine (Kat) Toy (a real person)
Kay Bull
Keelan Early (dying young) - real person who submitted his own name
Kelly Green
Ken Dahl
Kenny Penny
Kent C. Strait (an optometrist, of course!)
Kenya Dewit
Kerry Oki
King Queene
Lake Speed (a real person, NASCAR race car driver)
Lance Boyle, Lance Butts
Laura Lynne Hardy, Laurel Ann Hardy
Laura Norder (law and order)
Laurence Getzoff
Leigh King (leaking)
Les Moore
Les Payne - should be an anesthesiologist
Les Plack, a real dentist
Levon Coates
Lewis N. Clark (real person, he told me he drives an Explorer)
Lily Pond
Lina Ginster (allegedly real)
Lindsay Doyle (There are "Manny Moore" funny names in the linked video.)
Lisa Carr, Kitty Carr, Otto Carr, Parker Carr
Lisa Ford, Lisa Honda, Iona Corolla, etc.
Lisa May Boyle, Lisa May Dye
Liv Long
Lois Price (bargain shopper) and her husband Hy Price
Lou Pole
Lou Zar (loser)
Luckey, Chance, a real doctor
Lucy Fer
Luke Warm
Lynn C. Doyle
Lynn O. Liam
M. Balmer
Macon Paine (real name - Google it)
Mark Skid (Skid, Mark)
Manny Kinn
Marlon Fisher
Marsha Dimes (march of dimes)
Marsha Mellow
Marshall Law
Marty Graw
Mary Annette Woodin
Mary A. Richman
Mary Christmas
Matt Tress
Maude L.T. Ford
Max Little
Max Power
May Day
May Furst
Mel Loewe
Melba Crisp (real person who emailed me)
Melody Music
Mia Hamm (a real person)
Mike Easter
Mike Hunt
Mike Raffone
Mike Reinhart (My Cryin' Heart - sounds like it could be a country song)
Mike Rotch
Mike Stand (a real person)
Mike Sweeney (sounds as Mike's weenie), famous baseball player
Milly Graham
Minny van Gogh
Missy Sippy (and her mom, Mrs. Sippy)
Mister Bates
Misty Waters (a real person)
Misty C. Shore (a real person), Rocky Shore, Sandy C. Shore (another real person)
Mo Lestor
Moe B. Dick
Moe DeGrasse
Molly Kuehl
Mona Lott
Monica Monica (real person)
Morey Bund
Morningwood Drive (funny street name)
Muddy Waters (famous blues singer, real name McKinley Morganfield)
Myles Long
Nancy Ann Cianci
Nat Sass
Neil Down, Neil Crouch
Neil McNeil (submitted by his cousin)
Nick O. Time
Noah Riddle, Noah Lott
Norma Leigh Lucid
Olive Branch
Olive Green
Olive Hoyl
Olive Yew (I love you)
Oliver Sutton (all of a sudden)
Ophelia Payne
Oren Jellow
Orson Carte
Oscar Ruitt
Otto Graf
Owen Big, Owen Cash, Owen Moore (should be tax collectors)
P. Ness, A. Ness
P. Brain
Paige Turner
Park A. Studebaker
Pat Downe (a real person)
Pat McCann
Pat Hiscock
Patience Wait (a real person)
Patton Cox
Pearl Button
Pearl E. Gates, Pearl E. White
Peg Legge
Penny Dollar, Bill Dollar (real people)
Penny Lane, Penny Nichols, Penny Profit, Penny Wise
Pepe Roni
Pete Moss and his son Forest
Peter Johnson (a real announcer on public radio), Dick Johnson
Peter Peed
Peter Wacko, DDS (real dentist in Calgary, AB, Canada)
Phil Bowles (must be a pot dealer)
Phil Graves (cemetery employee, works with his brother Doug Graves)
Phil Rupp
Phil Wright, DDS (real dentist in Anchorage, AK)
Phillip D. Bagg (partner of Robin Banks below)
Pierce Cox (ouch!)
Pierce Deere
Pierce Hart
Polly Ester
Post, Mark
Price Wright (another real person)
Priti Manek ("pretty manic", real doctor in Houston, TX)
R. M. Pitt
R. Sitch
R. Slicker
Randy Guy
Randy Lover
Raney Schauer
Ray Gunn
Ray Zenz (raisins)
Raynor Schein
Reid Enright
Rex Easley (reportedly a real traffic safety teacher at Kamiakin High, Kennewick, WA)
Rhea Curran
Rhoda Booke, Rita Booke
Rich Feller, Rich Guy, Rich Kidd, Rich Mann
Richard P. Cox (real person)
Richard Chopp (real Urologist in Austin, TX, does vasectomies)
Rick O'Shea
Rick Shaw
Rip Torn (real name Elmore Rual Torn Jr.)
Rita Buch, Rita Story
Robin Andis Merryman
Robin Banks, Rob Banks, Robin Feathers, Robin Money, U. O. Money
Robert and Reginald Soles (allegedly real brothers: R. Soles)
Rock (Rocco) Bottoms, Rock Pounder, Rock Stone
Rocky Beach, Sandy Beach
Rocky Mountain, Cliff Mountain
Rocky Rhoades
Rod N. Reel
Roman Holiday
Rose Bush, Rose Gardner
Rowan Boatman
Royal Payne
Russell Leeves
Russell Sprout
Rusty Blades, Rusty Bridges, Rusty Carr, Rusty Dorr, Rusty Fossat, Rusty Fender
Rusty Irons, Rusty Keyes, Rusty Nail, Rusty Pipes, Rusty Steele
Ryan Carnation
Ryan Coke (Rye whiskey with Coca Cola)
Sal A. Mander
Sal Minella, Sam Manilla, Sam & Ella's restaurant
Sally Forth
Sarah Bellum
Sawyer B. Hind, Sawyer Dickey (even better, I. Sawyer Dickey)
Sandy Banks, Sandy Beech, Sandy Brown, Sandy Spring
Seth Poole (poor guy has a lisp)
Seymour Bush (gynecologist), Seymour Butz (proctologist), Seymour Wiener (urologist)
Shanda Lear (daughter of Bill Lear, inventor of the Lear jet)
Sharon Fillerup
Sharon Needles, Sharon Weed, Sharon A. Burger
Sheila Blige
Skip Roper, Skip Stone
Sonny Day
Sno White (real person)
Stan Still - should own a 'stationery' store :->)
Stanley Cupp
Dr. Steven Sumey (Dr. sue me, real person in Fairmont, MN)
Sue Flay
Sue Render (surrender, a real person)
Sue Ridge (sewerage)
Sue Yu, Sue Jeu
Summer Camp (allegedly a real person), Summer Day, Summer Greene, Summer Holiday
Sy Burnette
Tad Moore
Tad Pohl
Tamara Knight
Tanya Hyde
Tara Cherry, real gynecologist
Ted E. Baer
Terry Achey (real name)
Terry Bull (allegedly real name, and his brother Eddie Bull)
Tess Steckle
Therese R. Green, Teresa Green
Thomas Richard Harry
Tiffany Box (a real person, see THIS)
Tim Burr
Tish Hughes
Tittsworth & Grabbe, real law firm
Tom A. Toe
Tom Katt
Tom Morrow
Tommy Gunn
Tommy Hawk
Trina Woods, Trina Forest (tree in the woods, tree in a forest)
Ty Coon, Ty Knotts
Urich Hunt
Viola Solo
Virginia Beach
Walter Melon
Wanda Rinn
Wanna Hickey
Warren Peace
Warren T.
Will Power
Will Race (real person who told me he races cars and on foot)
Will Wynn (Mayor of Austin, Texas)
Willie B. Hardigan
Willie Leak (or won't he)
Willie Stroker
Willie Waite
Winsom Cash, Owen Cash
Woody Forrest
X. Benedict


Longer Submissions

From my good friend Rob Carlson: "Our names for the Les Talent Five Minus One band were Les Talent, Kenny Hackett, Dewey Needham and the lovely Gina Lobudgeta."

Someone sent me this: "A coworker whose last name is Naze wanted to name his daughter May Ann Naze but his wife refused."

Then a few months later I received this: "I believe I was that child. My dad (Robert Naze) used to tell me that story all the time when I was a little girl. He and my grandfather both wanted that to be my name because they thought it was hilarious, but my mom refused because she didn't want me to get made fun of as a child. My name instead ended up being Melissa Ann Naze."

Someone else sent me this: "My aunt's name is Debra May Page and she married Patrick Dye, so now she is called Debra May Dye!! Lol!!"

And this is from another Dye: "My maiden name is Mandy Brown and I married Timmy Dye. My name is now Mandy Brown Dye. Our marriage announcement in the local paper read BROWN-DYE. I also know siblings named Rusty Keys and Penny Keys. I almost named my kids May Dye and Will Dye. My husband wouldn't have it!"

Meg Boner sent me this: "This one is real - it's mine. My maiden name was Meg Ann Childress. Nothing exciting. Well, I married Alan Boner, and now I am Meg A. Boner!"

I love this recent submission: "My friend's name is Crystal Ware and has been made fun of all of her life for it. She's been called names like Tupperware, silverware, and the famous underwear."

This is from Misty Cupp: "My maiden name is Misty Cupp (Miss Tea Cup). I am now Mason. My family jokes that I went from a tea cup to a Mason jar. I have a cousin named Crystal Cupp."

And this: "Our last name is Reitz pronounced rights. When my husband and I were expecting our son he wanted to name him William Oliver Reitz (Bill O. Reitz) [but] I wouldn't go for it."

From Kristin G: "When I was a teenager, I worked with a woman named Terry (spelled that way) who married a man with the last name Terry (yes, spelled that way) so her name was Terry Terry. In a neighboring town, many years ago, a family named Teed had two sons, whom they named Warren and Garren. Finally, in our local phone book is a listing which appears as 'Miss, Kris' which, of course, would make her name 'Kris Miss.' Sometimes I wonder what in the world parents are thinking!!!"

From Robert Eisenschmidt: "I have a friend, Bill Land, who named his daughter Alison Wanda Land. His wife changed the name on the birth certificate when she found out."

From Joyce: "I enjoyed your website, especially the funny names. Where I work, there is a woman named Constance Sweat and another named Elizabeth Ard - she detests being called Liz Ard and prefers Beth. I knew another girl who named her son Eddy Bair."

From Phil Simms: "I knew a girl that went to Westside High in Omaha Nebraska named Summer Holiday."

From Theresa Glass: "When I was pregnant with my oldest son I wanted to name him Otto. Our last name is Glass. Otto Glass (auto glass). His dad wouldn't allow it."

From John Klaessy: "My sister, Ann Klaessy (pronounced classy), lives near you in Suffield, CT. She married a guy with the last name of Ho. She took her maiden name as her middle name. Therefore, her name is A. Klaessy Ho."

From Denny Lease: "Here in Walla Walla, Washington (a funny name in itself) we once had a Dr. Ruff and a Dr. Au (pronounced OW)."

From Anna Mirer: "My grandfather's name was Les Cash, his wife was named Dess, and together they owned and operated the Cash Inn."

From Chris Von Feldt: "Kit Wong married Jason Chiu - so she's Kit Chiu (and an architect in Seattle). She said it sounded funny and wanted to hyphenate to Kit Wong-Chiu. I said 'what about the right shoe.' She said to go ahead and stick with the sneeze name."

From Mariah Mann: "My husband's name is Clay Mann. We have often thought of names for children ... Anita Mann, Hugh Mann, Matt Mann, Eileen Mann." [EW: What about Batt Mann?]

From Ashleigh Conners: "My name is Ashleigh Connors, my fiancée is John Tray. So when I get married I will become Ashleigh Tray. All my friends call me Ash. Ash Tray."

From Dan Jeckering: "I went to school with a family with the last name of Schauers (pronounced showers). They had three daughters named Misty, Dawn and April."

From Sam Ann Fisher: "I saw your page of funny names and I thought wow my name belongs here. I never figured out why I got named this but it's hilarious."

From Yvonne Iwasa: "My cousin's wife is Cherrie Crisp. My friend's dad is Wally Wacker."

From Jerry Brown: "My former wife's first husband was named Green, my name is Brown, she later married Robert Gray."

From Cal Ernst: "Back in the early 70s I went to college with two girls, Trudy Will and Cathy May. Probably not very funny on their own, but we had a good time with it back then. 'Cathy May but Trudy Will.' They were both good looking, too."

From Angeline Coffin: "My name is A. Glass Coffin. My daughter-in-law was J. L. Beyt (jail bait). My sister was Betty Carr Glass and is now Betty Glass Ware."

From Coby Unger: "My parents almost named me Thurston Unger."

From Lonna Levine: "In my mother-in-law's family, her own mother's name is Ginger Mintz, and she has cousins named John and Candace Mintz whose nicknames growing up were Pepper and Candy."

From Brittany Shorrock: "My best friend's name is Erin May Read. I don't think her parents realized what they did. LOL."

From Teri Wright: "On funny names, I have came across a few through my work: Justin Towne and Heaven Leigh Day are the most recent. At my previous job I came across Dick Manley and Peter Pann. I have a brother that works for an insurance company, and he could not believe the name of the claimant. It seems he was to be named a variation of his dad's name, Lester, so they named him Moe Lester."

From Tony Franklin: "A colleague of mine lectures part time at a university. His name is Mike Coffey, and confusion sometimes occurs when students or staff ask his whereabouts. He takes his black."

From Kris Woods: "I know of an Air Force Major who's name is Richard, goes by Dick, last name Holder. So officially he is Major Dick Holder. Real person."

"I had to write to you about my aunt. Her name is Winifred, but growing up she always went by Windy. She's had 3 or 4 husbands now, but her latest has the last name of Rump. Yes, I have an aunt Windy Rump."

"My name is Cori Ander (like the spice) and my goal is to one day be part of the pop sensation known as the Spice Girls. I also have two classmates (sisters) Shelly May Dye and Catherine Will Dye."

From Robin Hyde: "I did the orientations for the new inmates arriving at the state prison in Arizona. I would start out my session by writing my name on the chalkboard and then introduce myself by saying 'Hi, my name is Robin Hyde. I understand some of you used to do that for a living.'"

From Tim: "In college, my friend Susie Beaver was roommates with Molly Shaver."

From Brett Kissane: "Michigan's attorney general is named Mike Cox. One of his commercials says "Mike Cox is hard on the issues."

From Harold Jewell: "If operatic singer Kathleen Battle married classical pianist Emanuel Ax, she'd be Kathleen Battle Ax."

From cherokeeblazer: "There was Count D'Monet who of course has a lovely wife named Anita (Anita D'Monet). They have a son named Owen but he didn't like the eurpoean "D" so he is just Owen Monet."

From Charlie Mitchell: "In the early 1990s, I worked with a man by the name of Pepsi diCola. I also know of a man named Coca diCola. The two are not related. You gotta love the Italians."

From Ron Jones: "My first manager at Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto was Brooks Esser. Not too amusing, until I realized his first initial and last name are B. Esser. I first realized this in his presence, and I laughed out loud right in front of him, pretty much uncontrolled for a good 30 seconds!!! He wasn't amused."

From Cynthia Purdy: "I know a girl named Isabelle-Marie Maddon. She married a guy whose last name is Kersing. In Quebec, we are not allowed to drop our maiden names, but it's acceptable to hyphenate our married names. So now her name is I.M. Maddon-Kersing (I am mad and cursing)."

From Christiana Hundley: "I saw your list and I have to add Dr. Harry Bear in Richmond, VA, Dr. Smiley, DDS in Chesterfield, VA, and Mrs. Clara Fiddler, my elementary school music teacher, John Strange Elementary in Indianapolis, IN"

From Jim Ware: "I'm JR Ware. We have an A Ware and a B Ware in our family. When I was in the Air Force, Sgt. and Mrs. Hohole named their kid Ophelia. Poor girl."

From Jeremy Mays: "Being in the military we get some pretty funny names with the ranks.
Major Payne - Yes he worked at the hospital.
Captain Hook - A friend's officer in charge of his section.
Colonel Sergeant - My base commander in Korea. To me it's funny because a Colonel is an officer and a Sergeant is enlisted."

From Molly Shackleford: "When I worked at the Smithfield Police Department, in Smithfield, VA, I had the chance to work with a Detective named Burt Nurney. He would get audibly frustrated (over the police radio) if anyone said his name too fast. I gathered that he was not a fan of Sesame Street."

From Dawn Epstein: "I worked for Centronics in the late 70s to early 80s, and we had an electronic parts representative whose name was D.C. Current. He swore it was genuinely his birth name, and added that his father's name was 'A.C. Current, and they rectified the situation.'"

From Becky Friday: "I have a couple actual names for you from the area where I live (Bay City, Michigan): Lester and Esther Festerling (married couple), Rusty and Sandy Pyles (married couple), Sonny & Rosie Holes (married couple), Weiner & Cox Law Firm (Detroit). PS: My last name is Friday, and when I was born, the nurses in the hospital tried talking my Mom and Dad into naming me "Tuesday Friday," as Tuesday Weld was a popular actress then. Also, I have a sister-in-law named Jo Friday."

From Doug Horton: "I had a veterinary who was called Peter Nutt (P. Nutt) and his wife's name was Hazel."

From Bena: "There was a female private I used to know in Ottawa when I was in the military. Her name was Sheila Rose Richardson. She married a serviceman surnamed Hiscock and became Sheila Rose Hiscock."

From Carol Dasseos: "My mother told me about a girl in her elementary school who was named Etta Byrd. They used to tease her every time her name was called by saying, 'How did it taste?'"

From Cory Schaan: "My last name is Schaan and my children are Olivia Newton Schaan and Elton Schaan."

From Ricky Small: "As you can see from my email, my name is Richard Allan Small. I'm actually the third. You can imagine the fun people had with my name. Eg. Small, Dick; Dick Small; Dicky Smalls. I always joke that "Small, Dicks" run in the family. I used to hate my name but now I embrace it, and it's fun to have a funny name if you have a good sense of humor.

From someone who prefers to remain anonymous: "My grandpa's name was John Oder, his son's name (my uncle) was also John Oder. To further terrorize the next generation my uncle named his first daughter Shelly Oder, thus all her life she has grown up being called Smelly Oder."

From Randy Beecher Bacon II: "From the time I've been young I have always been hassled about my name. My full name is Randy Beecher Bacon II (Beat Your Bacon). Yep, I am not the only one. My dad grew up with this interesting name and he decided that I was worthy of his namesake. When I was young it bothered me, but now it is nice to stand out, and a lot of people think its awesome for some reason, also."

From Boyd L. Simonson: "The driver of the truck, which moved our furniture from South Carolina to California in 1995, was named Stu D. Baker. He laughed about it, so it didn't bother him."

From David Sellars: My wife Ruth's nickname was Dusty when I met her. She became Dusty Sellars. As a kid my den mother was Mavis Davis. I had a co-worker name Edric Chun (gotta say it kinda fast) whose nickname was Bone. I had to ask why they called him Bone. They told me, say his name kinda fast. There is a family here in Hawaii named Silva. They named one son Hiho and the other Quick (for real). One of my friend's sister in High School was Nancy Olmstead. She married a guy named Kim Yancy.

From David Way: My brother, for years before he had kids swore he loved the name Noah. But when he did finally have a son, he could not pull the trigger and name him Noah Way.

From Melody Goodnight: Real person, my mom, her name is Anita Goodnight. Her maiden name was Anita Bible, her mother's last name was Johnson, so had she not married my grandpa and still had my mother her name would/could have been Anita Johnson. My name is Melody Goodnight, obviously my maiden name which I took back when I divorced my ex-husband so that I could say ... wait for it ... I was always a goodnight ... lol. Always gets a giggle.

From Jennifer Comeau: My ex-husbands great uncle's name was Otto Moe Beal. He passed away in the late 80's; he owned and operated a service station in Illinois. He begged relatives to name a daughter Snow Moe. Nope, didn't happen.

From Katrina Kufrin: A girl a few years older than me in my hometown was Sandy Eigo. I worked at a university bookstore in the late 70's, the director was Harold Ball, he hung around with the ROTC guy, his name was Richard Head. Yes, they would introduce themselves as Dick Head and Harry Ball! While I was in the Navy, I often had to check ID cards, one that is memorable is Billy Hill, written on ID card as Hill, Billy.

From Glenda Denny: I saw the list of funny names on your website and thought you might want to add my high school science teacher, Rod Tickle to the list. Yes, that is his real name.

From Rick: Went to school with a girl named "Robyn Crowe" and a friend of mine married a girl named "Candy Sweet," and no, it's not a stage name, she's actually as sweet as she can be pardon the pun. They met after high school in 1978 in Western NY outside Buffalo. I went to school with Robyn from 7th grade up. I also went with a girl from Kent Island whose name was Cathy or "Kathy Semen" who got married and took the surname "Creme." So a "very friendly" "free spirited," um, tartish very attractive young lady became "Kathy Semen-Creme." Not one word of it a lie.

From Robert Bolstad: Tobar, Nevada, pronounced "To bar." Nothing remains of this town except building foundations. It was located on the Western Pacific Railroad mainline and was originally a construction town. These were the original knock-down towns; when the railroad construction moved further down the line, the proprietors simply disassembled their structures and moved on. Without exception, the first two businesses to set up shop were the houses of ill repute and the bars. One enterprising bar owner put up a sign with an arrow indicating the direction to his establishment. After the construction moved on, a few townspeople remained. Evidently a passing railroad inspector whose job consisted of naming all the new towns on the line saw this sign which had been left behind, and having a sense humor, named the town what he had read on the sign. A much more lucid account can be found in the book "Portrait of a Silver Lady: The Train They Called the California Zephyr" by Ted Benson and Bruce A. MacGregor.


From Roger Grupp

I have created a fictional brass quintet, the Effenheimer Brass, that is all about funny names I have thought of. Virtually all of them are ones I conceived, and are plausible names:

Felix Austead (feel exhausted)
Mary Ann Bright Trina Corder ($3.25)
Carrie Couture (caricature)
Mike Czech (mic check)
Joaquin DeFlores (walkin' the floors)
Marguerite DeVille (Margaritaville)
Lindsay Doyle (linseed oil)
Neil Dupre (kneel to pray)
Emile Eaton (a meal eaten)
Kristie Hannity (Christianity)
Nina Levin (911)
Ty Malone (time alone)
Rosa Shore (rows ashore)
Walt Smedley (waltz medley)
Reed Toomey (read to me)

My favorites are a little contrived: Doug Love-Fitzhugh (the glove fits you) and Zoe Mudgett Hertz (so much it hurts).


From Eric Oliver

Growing up, our next door neighbors were Larry and Sally Shade. Larry's brother married a girl named Kathy Lamp. When she married into the family, she couldn't resist hyphenating her last name, thus becoming Kathy Lamp-Shade.

While I was in college, I fell ill and had to go visit Dr Kluck. Although he may sound like a bit like a quack, he was the best doctor I ever visited in college.

If you go to Duke Energy's web site you will see their legal team consists of Ruff and Manly:

Would you like your clergy to be Rev. M. T. Head?

Ever know a good man? Now you do: Noah Goodman.

You must add I.P. Looney to your I.P. list.

Elaine Hew was survived by her sister, Annie Hew.

Rocky Stone founded the Hearing Loss Association of America - dare I say he was deaf as a stone?

Harry Boyle kinda disgusts me.

Let's don't forget the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's girls basketball coach Sandy Botham.

I've been told (but can't confirm) that my friend's father, David Sparks, is partners with Rich Burns and they sell fire insurance.

I know a Simi Baer but we can't forget the rest of the clan: Norma Lee, Ima, Ted E., Teddi, Harry, Rhoda, and Stella.

There is a Dr. Cockburn, a urologist in Tampa, FL.

Arya Reddy?

Names that should be real, but I have never met:

* Ima Klotz and her sister, Sasha Klotz
* Marv Ellis
* Cole Durkee
* Thor Luther
* Mona Little, and after marriage Mona Little-Moore (or Mona Lott and Mona Lott-Moore)
* Mark A. Roni
* Dee Flower
* Braxton Hicks
* Michael Otto Nuys
* M.T. Toombe
* Ima Gaye-Barr
* Manny Bones
* Myra Mains
* Dusty Carr
* Mary Gold
* Bob Sledd

I worked with a guy that named his sons Hunter, Fisher, Trapper, and Skinner ... poor kids.

I know you said no more bawdy names, but in college there were two girls that took more than their share of abuse. One of them was named Jenny Titsworth (and she took more than her share of those too). The other was Michelle Elaine Rector, aka Michelle E. Rector. I wouldn't share them if they weren't true...

My full name is Eric Paul Oliver, but until I was about 7 I was teased by my friends and called Eric P. All over. I trust my secret is safe with you. :-)


BIG BAND NAMES

DEWEY NEEDHAM & HIS JAZZ ORCH.

TRUMPETS
Al Tissimo (lead trumpet), Pops de Vane (old time 1st trumpet), Plenty Haitönen (1st trumpet Finland) Willy Makit or Kenny Makit (1st trumpet), Buster Bloodvessel (1st trumpet), Felix Cited, Howie Spitz, Ames Toulouse, Chops O'Gonagen (or Lips O' Gonagen), Ed Down, Rusty Piston, Buster Hinote, Diz Astor, Noah Count

TROMBONES
Hy Register,Slip Shod,Willie Show, Bjent Slide, Adolf Tune, Mosley Late, Scott Noslide (on valve trombone), Terry Billnoise, Moe Zaic, Justin Tune, Lew Slips (bass trombone), Keith Myath, (toothless bass trombone)

SAXOPHONES
Kenny Read - lead alto, Izzy Sharp - lead alto, Mosley Flat - 2nd alto, Les Tone - 2nd alto, Manny Notes - 1st tenor, Mai-Lik - Chinese 1st tenor, Reed Mylips - 1st tenor, Otto Tune - 2nd tenor, Ron Key - 2nd tenor, Lee King - 2nd tenor, Olaf Awhiskey - Swedish tenor, Mustafa Fix - Arabic tenor, Selmer Horn - broke tenor player, Seymour Butts - baritone, Rusty Keys - baritone, Arthur Chorus - baritone, Ima Growler - baritone

FLUTE
Bret Support - Will Trill - Mosley Sharpe - Lotta Air - Vera Piercing (piccolo)

RHYTHM SECTION

PIANO
R. Peggio - Manny Wong Kordz - Phil Allgaps - Hugo Tommy Head (piano bar) - Sven Lightsarlo (Swedish piano bar) - Thelonious Gallintown (gay pianist)

ORGAN
Page Turner

BASS
Ron Lines - Pete Ziccato (Italian) - Toulouse De Beat (French) - Buster Gutt - Warren Fretts - Uguludunga (African)

GUITAR
Ron Kords - Rex Yurears (rock guitarist) - Ian Gee & Rudy Mentry (folk guitarists) - Kent Reed - Segovia Carpet (classical guitarist) - Django Bells - Rock Enrol - Sten Gunn (Swedish rock guitarist)

DRUMS
Phil Dinn - Don Swing - No-Tai-Ming (Vietnamese) - Owen Transport (Welsh) - Will Travel - Arturo Verciz (South American) - Knut Loose (Danish) - Ching Boom (Chinese) - I.Q. Lowe

VIBES
Hal Mallet

BANJO
Ricky Tick

HARP
Anne Dante

HARPSICHORD
Arron Variation

PERCUSSION
Perry Diddle - Jim Nasium - Tim Bales

STRING SECTION
Adolf Fiddler - Phil Harmonic (1st Violin) - Squeekin Myassoff, Fay Kerr (2nd violin) - Vi Baratto - Vera Sharp (violas) - Beau Braker, Donna Octif (Cello)

FRENCH HORN
Belle Tone

TUBA
Sue Saphone

DANCERS
Dinah Sore - Betty Whont - Sonia Papermoon - Sharon Sharalijk - Lois D. Nominator - Barbara Seville - Tamara Nevercomes - Tamara Zanutha Day - Anne Fetamin - Anna Rexia

CHOREOGRAPHY
Amanda B. Reckonwith - Ben Dover (gay)

DANCE TEAMS
Ko & Nova Caine - Sam & Janet Evening

FEMALE SINGERS
Norma Stitts (or E. Norma Stitts) - Eileen Back - Eileen Dover - Annie Keewildoo - Sheila Blige (or Sheila O'Blige) - Marsha Dymes - Lotta Head - Terri Belle (French) - Kay Sirah-Sirah (Anglo/Egyptian) Deborah C. Ewe (singer with adenoid problem) - Mozarella Fitzgerald (Italian jazz singer)

FEMALE BLUES SINGERS
Bertha De Blues - Elefants Gerald

FEMALE DUO
Annie Tune 'n' Annie Key

MALE SINGERS
Amos B.Haven - Denny Nodsout - Lee Thargic - Amos Havacik Daly (Jewish,Slovak,Irishman) - Chester Gigolo - Payne N. Diaz - Kanta Singh (Indian) - Barry Tone

COUNTRY & WESTERN SINGERS
Lars Roundup (Swedish) - Abner Selfabal

BACKING VOCALS
Rachel Prejudice - Freda Slaves - Sybil Rights (South African trio) - Anita Leigh - Eustace Crew

SINGING COACH
Hal E. Tosis

ARRANGER
Walt Smedley

BAND LEADERS / CONDUCTORS
Dewey Needham - Ron Tempo - Ivor Wiggon - Walter Mess - Charles Louis D'Inse (French) - Voorhees A. Jollygoodfellow - Owen De Guys (and his wife Leigh De Guys) - Yuron Yurown (Israeli) - Seldon Wright - Kent Count - Ofun Wong (Chinese) - Kick der Raas (Dutch) - Count Immov - Izzy Goudinov - Phil Harmonic (classical) - Dick Dolittle

MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Darryl B. Moreticome

BAND COMEDIAN
Lucius N. Savuma

SOUND CREW
Lew Swires - Mike Rafone - Mustafa Djoint - Mike Fawlty - Elco Short - Constance Humm

LIGHTING
Justin Case - Flip M. Awn - Jerry Rigg

ELECTRICIAN
Les Voltage

CAMERA
Will Shutter

BAND BOY
Noah I. Cue

SECURITY
B. A. Dick - Rick O'Shae

LIBRARIAN
Miss Inga Page

COPYIST
L. Egible

ROADIES
Oliver Beer (English) - Mannheim Stoned (German) - Manuel Lehba (Spanish) - Ram Shackle (Indian), Fu Kiu (Chinese) - Wang Kerr - Tucker Inn

STAGE MANAGER
Lew Scannon

BUS DRIVER
Ben Z. Dreen - Oliver de Rode - Peekup Andropv

TOUR COORDINATORS
Alice Verboten (German - discipline) - Hertz Von Rental - Ate De Jong (Dutch - child care) Walter Walcarpitz (accomodation)

UNION REPRESENTATIVE
Morey Ziduals - Scott Free - Lou Syfer

PATRONS (OR SPONSORS)
Baron Wasteland - Lord Elpuss - Count D’Meaunay

MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
Bacchus Stabber

BOOKING AGENTS
Al Fresco (Outdoor Festivals) - Gig Booker - Willy Paye - Rip Orff

MANAGERS
Robin Bastard - Anthony Bluitt - Lou Debred

PUBLICITY & PR
Igg Norriss - Ed Vertise - Mai Ling (China)

FAN CLUB PRESIDENT
Doug de Ban

TALENT SCOUT
Hiram Cheap

BAND LAWYERS
Dewey, Cheatham, & Howe

WARDROBE
Zip Herrup - I. B. Sewinn

CATERERS
Andy Pasta - Harry Vederci - Laika McAroni - Sal Monella - Art Burne - Mo Zarella - Al Dente

ACCOUNTANT
Iris Audit

BAND CHAPLAIN
Theo Log (Dutch) - C. de Light - Hal L. Ujah

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Funny Names Around The World

Sincerely Yours 98 Pascual

You usually don’t find a number in someone’s name unless they’re royalty, like Elizabeth II or Louis XIV. So when Sincerely Yours 98 Pascual passed her college entrance exams in the Philippines, it generated quite a buzz! Called by her nickname ‘Truly’ by her friends and family, she has two other siblings with the same unusual birth-year-in-their-name scheme, Spaghetti 88 and Macaroni 85.

Marijuana Pepsi Jackson

Sometimes a name comes along that sounds like someone came up with it during a wild party. But despite what you may think, Marijuana Pepsi Jackson is an actual Ph.D holder and educational professional from the U.S.A. She even did her dissertation on uncommon black names in the classroom.

KVIIIlyn

Speaking of numbers in someone’s name, Jessica Mavis from Gold Coast thought it would be clever to replace the ‘ait’ sound in the perfectly regular baby girl name Kaitlyn with the number eight. But a regular old ‘8’ wasn’t unique enough for Jessica, who stuck in the Roman numeral VIII and so little KVIIIlyn was christened!

Tokyo Sexwale

Although the name conjures up images of a Japanese red light district, Tokyo Sexwale the person is anything but unsavoury. An important anti-Apartheid figure in South Africa and close colleague of Nelson Mandela, Mosima Gabriel Sexwale got the name Tokyo because as a young boy he took up karate as a sport.

WATCH BELOW: The most common celebrity names that are pronounced wrong

Batman Bin Suparman

Comic book characters are very popular these days, and many parents are naming their children after them. Nicholas Cage named his son Kal-El, after the Kryptonian name of Superman. Kevin Smith named his daughter Harley Quinn. But this next individual’s parents seem to have gone for a two-for-one deal with their son, whom they named Batman bin Suparman.

Actually, the Asian family name Suparman is common on the island of Java, which is where this person’s family seems to be from. The name Bin means son of, which means that he was the son of a person named Suparman. But Batman is not a common name locally, so this person’s parents must have been in on the joke when they named him Batman bin Suparman.

Contrary to what you might expect from such a doubly heroic name, however, Batman bin Suparman was arrested in Singapore in 2013 for stealing money from a shop, as well as using his brother’s ATM card to withdraw money. Not someone you want on your superhero team.

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Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop 

Speaking of criminals with funny real names, this next person seems to keep ending up on the wrong side of the law. In 2016, he was arrested for assaulting an officer, despite having been previously shot by a stun gun. He was also arrested in 2012 and 2013 for drug and weapon charges.

Mr. Zopittybop-Bop-Bopp has his name legally changed in 2011 from the perfectly normal Jeffrey Wilschke, before embarking on his crime spree. Maybe he should have chosen a less memorable name!

Crystal Metheny

Despite her most unfortunate name, Crystal Metheny of Polk County, Florida, was not arrested on drug charges. Instead, she was charged with “shooting an offensive missile into a vehicle”. 

Edward Cocaine

Another man with a drug-related name, Edward Cocaine, also from Florida, was acquitted of drug charges in 2014. His grandparents, who had emigrated from Greece, changed their name to Cocaine when they moved to the United States.

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Funny Married Names

Shelby Warde and Joe Looney

Sometimes funny names result from the hilarious matching of two otherwise innocuous names. When Shelby Warde married the love of her life Joe Looney on July 9, 2005, they must have known that they would forever be the Looney-Warde couple from that moment on. Fortunately, their love for each other prevailed.

Kelly Ann Long and Eric Paul Wiwi

When this lovely couple from Indiana announced their engagement in the local newspaper, they must have elicited some chuckles from the readers. Then again, the couple probably considers themselves quite lucky that they’re getting the name Long-Wiwi out of the deal.

Linday Bayne Grim and James Michael Rather

Weddings are supposed to be happy occasions, but when this Alabama couple tied the knot at Spring Hill Baptist Church, their friends and family became unwitting witnesses to a Rather-Grim marriage ceremony.

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Funny Animal Names

People often give funny names to their pets. Plenty of dog owners have named their precious pooches stuff like Winne the Poodle, Deputy Dawg, and Doggie Howser M.D., while cat owners have Brad Kitt, Catsanova, and The Great Catsby.

Horses often have strange names, too. Whimsical names like Harry Trotter, Usain Colt, and Liam Neighson are pretty common in racehorses.

Funny Wifi And Group Chat Names

Even wifi routers sometimes have funny names, showcasing the humour and creativity of the people who set up these networks. Names like Drop It Like Its Hotspot, Chance the Router, and The Amazing SpiderLAN have been spotted in the wild.

Even group chat names are getting in on the action. Bad puns and inside jokes dominate these group chat names. Some of the best names include: Orange You Glad We’re Friends, Lettuce Be Friends, Shady Beaches, and Hakuna Moscato.

All Fun And Games

A funny name can break the ice and show off your sense of humour. Can you think of your own funny names? Let your imagination and creativity run wild!

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The 36 Funniest Names In The World... I Can't Stop Laughing!

April 21, 2014

I have to say, Donald Duck has not aged gracefully...

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Mmmm, she looks delicious!

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I can only imagine how every conversation starts...

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It could not have been an easy childhood...

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What's the scale here? Is 71 good?

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A perfect name for someone teaching 5th graders...

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I'ts not often you meet a girl dbag...

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Hopefully this is an error on the yearbook staff...

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This one took me a minute. Helps to say it out loud...

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I want her as my lawyer!

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Do not trust this guy!

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Well with a name like that, it's only a matter of time...

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Any other dentist will do...

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