Incredible names


#1

I had to email a guy at work today called Alpha Barry.

ALPHA BARRY.


#2

Had a linked in request today from someone with the first name: Monopoly.

And one from someone a few weeks ago with the surname: Cobbledick.

No way am I giving their full names.


#3

Picasso’s full name was Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso. Bit of a habit of long names, the Spanish.


#4

could it be a nickname from before a second Barry joined the company?


#5

know someone whose relatives have the surname McDoom


#6

That’s awesome.

“I will turn you all into statues with liquid titanium steel!!!”


#7

I’m currently helping a couple apply for a property we manage. When I met them, they introduced themselves: “hi, I’m [generic male name] and this is [name of the sidekick in my favourite movie of all time]”… in my head I was thinking “aww if only [generic male name] was actually [name of the lead character in my favourite movie of all time]”.

Anyway, it turns out that [generic male name] is actually his middle name. And that his first name is actually [name of the lead character in my favourite movie of all time]. I’m dying to find out whether he started being known as [generic male name] after starting a relationship with [sidekick name] to avoid wise-arses like me making really obvious jokes.


#8

Mister Monopoly
Ivanto Cobbledick


#9

I’m presuming these were the names of the FC Barcelona starting XI when he was born


#10

Monopoly Andmergers-Commission


#11

How are Loanranger and Tonto getting on with their tenancy application?


#12

No credit rating. Denied!


#13

i do a lot of work with a guy whose surname is o’kill.

also a guy called eden rivers recently started at my work.


#14

Party on.


#15

I had an email the other day from someone whose forename is Twinkle. I instantly liked her :smiley:


#16

Isambard Kingdom Brunel


#17

In my first job on a local newspaper, I interviewed a woman called Coz Tantrum and a woman called Muddy Field on the same afternoon


#18

In my line of work, you find lots of amazing names. Off the top of my head.

Barbara Busch
Supakorn and Supaporn (from Thailand, don’t know her last name)
Kim Yungho (from Korea)

If I think of any more, I’ll let you know.


#19

Skeletor and Beastman?


#20

I used to get emails from someone called SILKY SCHNEIDER