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October 20, 2008


So we don't have to blog this.

(Thanks to Layzeeboy and DavCat)


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To each his area . . .

OMG. His parents better accept him cuz they are CLEARLY the ones at fault here! :D

In addition, in the Afrikaans language, naai (pronounced nye) means f#$k.

It is clear that Mr. Hunter is one of the most well-named men in America.

I've always despaired that Americans don't put as much emphasis on the actual meanings of their children's names as many other cultures do, particularly the orient, but perhaps this is a sign that this is changing.

Hey, I have to pull SOMETHING positive out of this...

Niiice, Mot! ;-)

I can relate to that name..

"On Saturday, the couple manned the church's table"

Ohhh, I'll just BET they did...

What's so funny about 'David Nye'?

Um, what exactly do they do at the Wanker's Corner Story?

Ahhh, Sio. That explains the Hahvahd-Yale game.

Okay, I posted the wanker comment on the other post! The bot is a major wanker!

judi you are a naughty, naughty girl.

David Nye and his partner, Dick Hunter, have been traveling 40 miles to Gainesville nearly every Sunday for the past two years.


Good one, judi.

Where I work, there's a gay guy whose name is BJ, I kid you not.

If Mike Hunt meets Dick Hunter, what would or wood knot happen?

In Chicago, the Cook County States Attorney's name was Dick Devine.

He had a car in the Gay Pride parade with "Dick Devine" on the side of it. Needless to say, a chant started. "Dick Devine! Dick Devine! Dick Devine!". Hahahaha! The noise swelled to unbelievable proportions!

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Oh, you can figure it out from here.

Gee, I wonder if anyone has ever pointed that out to him. Gosh! /sarcasm

Dick Hunter at the Bo Diddly Plaza.

Nothing more needs to be said.

David Nye!?!?!? Bwahahahahahaha!!! I bet he was made fum of a lot in school!!!

I meant fuN

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