By the looks of his hair, it seems like his name should be Combovery Comboversworth.
Barkevious Mingo sounds like either a dance from the 1930s or a disease you get from drinking diarrhea.
Used as examples: "My Grandma won a trophy for doing the Barkevious Mingo at a sock hop." Or: "My grandma came down with a bad case of Barkevious Mingo after she accidentally drank some diarrhea."See, it works both ways.
BJ Lovett just makes a lot of sense. BJ Hatett, on the other hand, makes no sense at all.
As I always say: All's Fair in love and Hookers.
A good rule to follow: If you're trying to come up with a good name for your son, go ahead and take all the names that start with "crap" off the list.
I bet anytime someone makes fun of Heath's last name, he says something like, "C'mon guys, it's pronounced Koh-burn." And then turns around and silently winces in pain because his cock burns so much.
He taint the best player on the field. But he taint the worst, either.
Jim Bob Cooter
Of course he played for the Tennessee Volunteers. You don't see a lot of Jim Bob Cooters at the Yale-Harvard game.
This Alabama grad got busted for selling cocaine in 2008. But given his name, it's surprising he turned to a life of crime instead of a life of sandwich making.*
*For those of you who don't know, Jimmy Johns is a sandwich chain in certain parts of the US. And no, that joke was not worth explaining.
The classic Lucious Pusey. This one is pretty self-explanatory.
That's Mr. Mister Simpson, to you.
Naming your child Perfection is one thing. But adding the I in front of it takes this name from ridiculous to I-mazing.
This is one of the few times that you might want to opt for Dick instead of Richie.
If you're going to name your child after a planet in the solar system, why not Mercury? Hell, even Neptune sounds pretty cool and space-age. If you can help it, try not to name him after the planet that sounds a lot like what you call your butthole.
I'm sorry, but you just can't name your child Yourhighness when you live in South Sumter, FL. Have you ever heard of any blue bloods attending Florida Atlantic? Didn't think so.
Anytime your name says you've killed not one, but six things (people?), you know you've got a pretty good name.
I'm pretty sure I saw a movie starring someone named Kyle Sackrider once. (But it was only by mistake, I swear.)
No matter who you are, you have to feel sorry for this guy.
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