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    NZ couple to name child Superman

    A couple in New Zealand is planning to call their newborn son Superman after officials rejected their original choice of 4Real.



    That kid better be a tough-un otherwise he's going to get a beating first day of school.

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    Boy named Sue - Johnny Cash
    But I discovered nothing else but depraved, excessive superstition. Pliny the younger

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      #3
      My family used to run a hotel, had a barman and his Italian wife who decided to name their newborn son - Simon Primo Arthur Middleton, until they realised that the initials would spell S.P.A.M. Oh no, they thought, poor Simon will get the sh1t kicked out of him when he goes to school.

      They pondered the problem and decided to insert the name Segualia in the middle (a locally well-known Italian family name).

      So dear Simon was christened - Simon Primo Arthur Segualia Middleton - S.P.A.S.M

      Brilliant!

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        #4
        There were a Mr & Mrs Walker in our village who called their kid "Luke Sky".

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          #5
          Kid at school called Neil Shipman. If he'd been called Harold, and become a doctor... well, what a laugh that'd be!

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            #6
            Originally posted by richard-af
            Kid at school called Neil Shipman. If he'd been called Harold, and become a doctor... well, what a laugh that'd be!
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              #7
              I knew a sargeant in the Army who had a middle name of Lovelace...he told us one night when drunk...BIG mistake!!!
              "If you can read this, thank a teacher....and since it's in English, thank a soldier"

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                #8
                My dentist is a Dr Gentle. He graduated with someone with the surname Rough. He mused they would have started a practice together if Dr Rough was staying in the area - with a white door and a black door into each of the rooms.

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                  #9
                  There was (is?) a firm of solicitors called Duckworth, Wetter & Fowler in Oxfordshire. Aquatic bird crime a speciality.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by zeitghost
                    Did you all call him "Ada" thereafter?
                    Linda or "deep throat" I would guess.
                    If you find this post offensive, please insert "Chan" before and "tho" after, then it should be OK.

                    Sometimes I almost feel just like a human being - Elvis Costello

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