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:D I worked in a hospital clinic years ago, and grabbed the next patients chart to come back. I went out in the Lobby, looked at the name and said..."Holy Makeral"... Read More

  1. by   panda_181
    Oh yes, I have heard the Crystal Shanda Lear one before. And what about Ida Drover, Ima Whore, Rose Bush, Ben Dover, Harry Butt, and the rest of them? It's kinda sad that fifty people know someone with a name like these...that means it wasn't only one set of crazy parents!

    Amanda
    Last edit by panda_181 on Dec 7, '01
  2. by   ovr40
    Heard of one in L&D...English was NOT her first language. She named her Baby Nos Mo King. She apparently had read the "sign" all during labor.......NO SMOKING!
    Went to school with a guy named William William Williams! Apparently it was a family name!
    Also, knew a guy named Richard Head. Of course everyone always called him Dick!!!
  3. by   panda_181
    Yes, I went to school with someone named Abbas Abbas Abbas. His sister was named Hyatt Abbas Abbas. Nice people...it was a cultural thing I guess. Still see them around town! People used to call him Abbas cubed...

    Amanda
  4. by   NurseDennie
    My choirmaster when I was younger was Doctor Don Donald Donaldson. He was married to Debbie and they had four daughters, all with "D" names.

    My hubby sees a lot of names because he's a Social Security Disability examiner - he SWEARS that he's seen the names Orangejello, and Lemonjello. He says they're pronounced "Or=ANjh-ello" and "Le-MONge-ello"

    He's a relatively truthful man, but I've never met these people.

    Love

    Dennie
  5. by   semstr
    Hi there,

    We know a family here in our neighbourhood, who have 3 boys.

    Son nr. 1: Adam John George

    Son nr. 2: John George Adam

    Son nr. 3: George Adam John

    And guess what their familyname is................... right ADAM

    Take care, Renee


    ps: their father is called John too, one uncle Adam and the other ............ right on, George!!

    John's wife told me, they seriously would have named a babygirl Eve.
  6. by   MRed94
    I have a friend, who, when she got married, kept her maiden name and hyphenated the two......

    Lisa Howland-Bender.....

    I don't know if this is as funny to you as it is to me, but it really fits her............

  7. by   kaycee
    We had two Docs in house that always seemed to be making rounds at the same time. Dr. Love and Dr. Kiss. We have a urologist whose name is Dr. Fawcet and a cardiologist whose name is Dr. Buffer.(older nurses will remember the cardiac step down units were called buffer units).
  8. by   NurseFuzzyWuzzy
    My mother is a teacher and swears she had two twins in her class at one time and their names were...
    Lem-ahn-jello (Lemonjello) and Or-ahn-jello (Orangello)!
  9. by   NurseFuzzyWuzzy
    We also have an OB whose last name is "Payne". Guess who I didn't pick when it came time to have my babies?!
  10. by   Vikingkitten
    Quote from ovr40
    Heard of one in L&D...English was NOT her first language. She named her Baby Nos Mo King. She apparently had read the "sign" all during labor.......NO SMOKING!
    Went to school with a guy named William William Williams! Apparently it was a family name!
    Also, knew a guy named Richard Head. Of course everyone always called him Dick!!!
    I knew quite a few Dick Heads when I was in the Army, but that wasn't their given names.
    Just saying..........
  11. by   SWS RN
    I also know a Richard Head...but he prefers to be called Rick....I wonder why?
    Also, my first Ob/gyn was named Dr. Feely.....
  12. by   Vikingkitten
    I went to school also with girl named Candy Kaine. I seem to remember she was a year ahead of me. Also had a pair of twins while I was in Medic's school named Summer and Winter.
    Some of my favorites:
    Anesthesiologist named Paine,
    Dentist named Butcher (he was!),
    OB-Gyn named Love,
    another OB named Bonebreak (go figure)
    Optomitrist named Glass,
    Trauma surgeon named Hurt,
    Vetrinarian named Hurd,
    That's all for now!
    "and now, for something complerely diffferent!"
  13. by   Jess1990
    On my Pal Care rotation during school i worked with a Dr Careless

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