Naming Convention

#1
If the Beckhams keep on knocking out sprogs, they may need a bit of help
with names for future offspring. The more ridiculous - the better as this
would seem to be the way ahead for those with more money than sense.
Sons & Daughters - whichever....please add your suggestions below.

Let your brain run riot.

Darth Sasquatch Rin Tin Tin Beckham
 
#2
On a slight tangent, this made me think of a gentleman from Liverpool who changed his name by Deed Poll when standing for election in 1979 to:

Tarquin Fin-tim-lin-bin-whin-bim-lim-bus-stop-F'tang-F'tang-Olé-Biscuitbarrel
 

jockpopeye

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#8
Oldies but goodies are the kids from Glasgow, a wee girl called Pocahontas McGinty there is also a wee boy out there called Versace McClatchie.

When I get a dog I want to call it Queequeg, but my other half tells me not to be such a moron.

Presumably the recent deck_dash addition to the family was called 3_ ?

If they wanted to be really posh then they should have gone for a proper posh girls name like Bunty or Bunny.
 

Asst_Ed

Lantern Swinger
#9
I was always disappointed that Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher never married Human League frontman Phil Oakey...

In the meantime, if the Posh and Becks have another boy I hope they'll call it:

Ben Titlike Beckham
 
#10
Whenever naming a child due consideration must be placed upon on how their initials will stand up to future scrutiny; both fore and aft of the surname.

Whilst this constrains the choice of forenames it does offer posters on this thread unlimited mischief.

Soooo - Over to those of you with an evil but fertile imagination. :pr:



BTW - I think the Beckhams may have chosen that ununusual middle name from that of the world famous goffer tycoon: 7-Up
 
#12
I have served with a Michael Hunt but for some reason he preferred to be called Mickey and not Mike. Someone did yell his name out as Mike Hunt when he won at a certain shore establishments meat raffle, quite apt if you think about it.
 
#13
On a slight tangent, this made me think of a gentleman from Liverpool who changed his name by Deed Poll when standing for election in 1979 to:

Tarquin Fin-tim-lin-bin-whin-bim-lim-bus-stop-F'tang-F'tang-Olé-Biscuitbarrel
1981 Crosby bye election.

[video=youtube;31FFTx6AKmU]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31FFTx6AKmU[/video]

And Luton @ min 1:50

Or even better: Malcolm Peter Brian Telescope Adrian Umbrella Stand Jasper Wednesday (pops mouth twice) Stoatgobbler John Raw Vegetable (whinnying) Arthur Norman Michael (blows squeaker) Featherstone Smith (whistle) Northgot Edwards Harris (fires pistol, then 'whoop') Mason (chuff-chuff-chuff-chuff) Frampton Jones Fruitbat (laughs) (squeaker) Gilbert (sings) 'We'll keep a welcome in the' (three shots) Williams If I Could Walk That Way Jenkin (squeaker) Tiger-drawers Pratt Thompson (sings) 'Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head' Darcy Carter (horn) Pussycat (sings) 'Don't Sleep In The Subway' Barton Mainwaring (hoot, 'whoop') Smith @ min 3:50
 
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#17
I work with a lad called..Wayne Kerr, and went to school with a biatch called, Eileen Over, where there parents pissed when they named them?

Oh and my granddad is called Cyril, thank god that didn't get passed down to me!!
 
#18
#19
I was with my dad some years ago when he went to purchase a rifle.
When it came to the legal bit dad asked his name and he replied Hall. Albert.
So why did the parents do it? Probably a fuckin matelot pissed.
 
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