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July 15, 2005

AND THE WINNER IS...

Here's the latest entry in the "People With Unbelievably Comical and Often Filthy Names" Contest.

(Thanks to Drew Harchick)

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ROTF!!

I like the fact that his category is "Full"

One hates to f*ck halfway....

It says is entrance to the academy was in 1993.

So that's what the kids are calling it these days.

It says is entrance to the academy was in 1993.

So that's what the kids are calling it these days.

AWW Man! I was gonna open this, but I'm only 17. Guess I'll check back in three months on my birthday.

Reinhardt?? LOL.

Under the catagory "positions" I saw no mention of missionary.

i once dated a geologist. i thought he was a real f^ck. i guess i was wrong as this guy is clearly the real thing. let me add that i'm glad people are clearly being labeled as such. it so uncomplicates things

whoops. dave already blogged this item last year. mea culpa.

No Problem Judi... It's nice to F()ck at least once a year, eh?

I must apologize for the usage of '( and ') inappropriately. When typed into the comment field they didn't join up quite that close.

*sees that Dave's annual posting is about as frequent as kibby's annual*

nevermind!

bet he has fun filling out forms. maybe he will name his kid -what the.

*zips in*
*packs suitcase to leave for

here*

Do I have to bring one or do they supply them?

ROFL!

El,

Do I have to bring one or do they supply them?

*snork*
picture tryna `splain that at customs!

So, Mr. Fuck, we meet again.

When I was in college, one of the guys who worked in the computer lab had an Indian student come to get his ID. They have to read back the names to make sure they are giving the right one. Anywhoo the guys name was "Ashit" pronounced "Ah-Sheet". The comp guy just went, "Ash... Here, this is you."

Speaking of "most often stolen street/highway signs" ...

The most often disappearing one in Nodak useta be the highway number sign for State Highway 69 ... they finally renamed/renumbered it ... to NDSH 4 ... not much imagination there, eh?

last week I saw a vanity plate that said SHATINA and I couldn't help but wonder "shat in a 'what'?" I couldn't believe that one got by the DMV.

I should have stopped after reading the name. I didn't need to know that Professor F*ck specializes in "crustal accretion and reworking."

It is interesting, if perhaps creepy, that the prof's father, schoolteacher Mr. F*uck, used to go to the inland regions in "teaching incursions."

The poor man. Imagine going through school with a name like that. I had a classmate with the last name "Butt." I thought that was bad.

Oops. Meant to just put "Bumble." Already bombed the placement test. It was HARD.

Don't sweat it Bumble. We kicked there ass in WWII, so you're better off learning Latin.

:-)

Anybody know where I can find the paper entitled Cracks and cleavage in igneous rocks and the hot magmas from whence they came published by Fuck et al.?

He changed his name from Schitlipz for professional reasons.

Well at least his parents weren't *completely* heartless, or they would have named him Umberto Reinhardt Adolfo Fuck.

With the name being what it is, I stopped at "crustal accretions".

Don't know, don't want to know.

Bitte, nicht so schnell... That makes sense.

Incidentally, F--k is not exactly a rare name in the Brazil south, where a lot of Germans setled. I remember looking in a phone book in Santa Catarina or Porto Allegre (so many years ago) and finding "Residencia F--k", and thinking at the time that it was a bad joke.

Hope he never marries any one named Ima or Iva. His first name coulda been Uriah as well.

TRUE STORY:

There was a man in our town whose last name was Ennis. His first name was Peter and his Second Edward.

His mailbox read P.E.Ennis

ISIANMTU

Hope he never marries any one named Ima or Iva. His first name coulda been Uriah as well.

TRUE STORY:

There was a man in our town whose last name was Ennis. His first name was Peter and his Second Edward.

His mailbox read P.E.Ennis

ISIANMTU

Sorry, my evil twin made me do that! :(

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