Terrible Names

 

People With Unfortunate Names:

 

Pssh, and you thought celebrity baby names were bad. Pilot Inspektor and North West have got nothing on the following unfortunate names that some people have.

There’s one sure thing: If you ever want your child to hate you forever and always be laughed at their whole life, naming them something like “Moe Lester” and “Chris P. Bacon” is a sure way to go about it – although, “Chris P. Bacon” is a pretty badass name to be fair.

Here’s a twist though: Maybe some of the following people legally changed their names themselves? Because who wouldn’t want to change their name to “Willie Stroker” or “General Arse Biscuites?” “General Arse Biscuites,” oh god! that’s got to be the best/unfortunate name ever!

10. Moe Lester

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9. General Arse Biscuites

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8. Dr. Whet Faartz

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7. Chris P. Bacon

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6. Steve Sharts

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5. Kash Register

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4. Batman Bin Suparman

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3. Phat Ho

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2. Willie Stroker

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1. Heath Cockburn

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These people’s names maybe unlucky and unfortunate, but come on, there’s some perks we guess to names like this. Why wouldn’t a school want to hire “Moe Lester” and which female wouldn’t want to go out with “Willie Stroker?” Also, which retail chain wouldn’t want to employ “Kash Register”. Jokes a side, we totally need to befriend “Chris P. Bacon”. That guy is just winning at life!

Found these on the internet but I did one know a fellow named Harry Boute’ (Pronounced Bootay)  Now what woman wouldn’t want to be Mrs. Harry Boute?

I can’t even discuss my friend, Anita who married Mr. Ray Dick, who had flaming red hair.  Yep, you guessed it, his nickname was Red.  It got even worse.  When they had a red-headed son, they called them Big Red and Little Red.  Now that’s just cruel.  I hope Little Red was tough.

I knew a lady named Armadillo Christian.  Sometimes, I think people just don’t want their kids to hang around.

13 thoughts on “Terrible Names

  1. Those are not just unfortunate, some of them are terrible. Lol. So-o-o-o, I came by to challenge you to join me in “The Quote Challenge” (since you’re way more popular than me, I’m betting you’ve done this once or twice before, but I haven’t seen them, and you know, nobody else likes me). At any rate, if by some chance you are interested, and you need to see the rules, they can be found at this edition of Vancouver Visions: http://wp.me/p52sKy-gtT (I forgot how to put a proper link in a comment section, which happens when you don’t talk to hardly anyone…ever. Lol.)

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      • Does that mean I can expect some quotes out of you? And by the way, since we’re talking names here, you know I told you my Dad was a great story-teller? Well, you’ll have to decide if you want to believe this or not, I’m not voting one way or another.

        My Dad told me that the brassiere was named after the Frenchman who held the patent on it, a man named Louis Brassiere. BUT… Mr. Brassiere was not the inventor of the brassiere, that distinction actually belonged to a German man who invented the device a couple years before he sold it to Mr. Brassiere. The reason the man sold it was because he knew he could never name it after himself. You see, the German man’s name was Victor Shtoffen Von Floffen, which, according to my father, in the Western world, would be pronounced Victor Stoppem from Floppem.

        Oh well, I’ve probably got the spellings all wrong, and at any rate, it’s one of those jokes that “sounds” better than it “reads”.

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