Stupid names

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Mar 2014
8:26pm, 13 Mar 2014
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I knew a teacher with a Donald Duck and a Shanda Lear in his class.

And we had a teacher who'd been told that a boy was named "Donald Duck" and had persisted in pretending to believe it, to the extent that the boy was seriously worried as parents' evening approached. "Yes, I'll tell Mr & Mrs Duck that their son doesn't share their name..."
Mar 2014
9:02pm, 13 Mar 2014
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At the library I used to work at we had a man who renamed himself Mr. Jesus Christ. I had to change his librry record and saw the certificate :)
Mar 2014
9:06pm, 13 Mar 2014
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my school friend's father was called Donald Duck and I knew a Gordon Bennett.

there are lots of new to me names at school and even more unusual spelling variants , hopefully though there is enough variation that names won't age one as happens now
Mar 2014
10:27pm, 13 Mar 2014
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I had a dentist called Dr Holliday.

I asked him if he had any patients called Clanton. He didn't see the funny side....
Mar 2014
8:40am, 14 Mar 2014
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My art teacher was called Mr. Klungel, which would mean something like "Clumsy"in English, he could move his ears independently and had quite loose hands if you wouldn't listen. Odd man....

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