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Yay for modernity and catholiscism on that one.
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Wow, that is ridiculous. I mean, it's his heritage. I have friends with the last names Dam, Ennema, Kok and Dyck, and none of them have had any problems... (The first and second sound as they look, the third is sometimes translated as Cook, but is closer to Coke in pronunciation, and the last one, a girl, insists to everyone that she is a "dick not a dyke".)
My friend from university actually went to highschool with someone with the last name Balls. Her first name? Edith. Edith Balls. And I'm not making that up. The friend in question went red-faced just saying it.

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Edith Balls? Is it funny because "Edith" is a funny name?

My local MP is called Edward Balls. Ed Balls. As in Balls of the Head.


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your_face wrote:Edith Balls? Is it funny because "Edith" is a funny name?

My local MP is called Edward Balls. Ed Balls. As in Balls of the Head.


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i figured it was like saying "eat his balls" but with a lisp

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i was mailing a friend's thank you letters out once, and one of the addresses was for "Anita Finger"

yeah. figure that one out.
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ruotwocone wrote:
your_face wrote:Edith Balls? Is it funny because "Edith" is a funny name?

My local MP is called Edward Balls. Ed Balls. As in Balls of the Head.


High larity.
i figured it was like saying "eat his balls" but with a lisp
Generally I think of it as old english. Eateth Balls.

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Lethal Interjection wrote:Generally I think of it as old english. Eateth Balls.
That's what I thought of too. Additionally, I had immediate flashbacks to Life of Brian. There was also a hilarious name that a grad student at my college gave his kid without realizing it. I can't quite remember what it was but I'll post it when I do.
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cheez.wiz wrote:Yay for modernity and catholiscism on that one.
I might have been living under a rock all this time NO COMMENTS ABOUT Canadia PLZ KTHX* but aren't the Australian supposed to be all open-minded and socially laic compared to you americans?

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How can I forget that my housemate's last name is Frisk.
I have decided that his first child must be named Richard and become a detective, like those black and white detective movies from those wonderful old movies. First, it just sounds right. Detective Frisk. Detective Dick Frisk. Sure its funny, but even without the euphemism, that kind of name definitely fits a b&w detective.

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freeid wrote:
cheez.wiz wrote:Yay for modernity and catholiscism on that one.
I might have been living under a rock all this time NO COMMENTS ABOUT Canadia PLZ KTHX* but aren't the Australian supposed to be all open-minded and socially laic compared to you americans?
Yes, which is why this article seems so odd to myself. I, a Sydney-sider, would consider Melbourne alike to my beloved city (despite common knowledge that Melbourne is vastly inferior and therefore incomparable to Sydney; but anyway) and I had imagined the community to be similar in terms of the religious ideals and enforcement and whatnot. Bla, bla bla bla bla, bla bla. Even though gay marriage and such is still against the law , I would not consider Australia an exceedingly religious nation (I guess because of cultural diversity, as any spiritual enlightenment forced upon another would probably be met with a beach full of ethnics or something) and the fact that a school in/around a major Australian city would do something like this is, uh, weird?

Oh, and a girl at my school has the last name Pimpin. If that's not a leg up in the prostitution business I don't know what is.

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Jusskah wrote:If that's not a leg up in the prostitution business I don't know what is.
The less said about that phrase, the better.

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Wonder what they'd have said on this matter:

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...Rock on?

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One of my teachers in middle school had the name Penis. I win
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