Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Names of the Year

2009 Juvyline Cubangbang (NOTY High Committee)
2009 Barkevious Mingo (The People)
2008 Destiny Frankenstein (NOTY High Committee)
2008 Spaceman Africa (The People)
2007 Vanilla Dong
2006 Princess Nocandy
2005 Tanqueray Beavers
2004 Jerome Fruithandler
2003 Jew Don Boney Jr.
2002 Miracle Wanzo
2001 Tokyo Sexwale
2000 Nimrod Weiselfish
1999 Licentious Beastie (INVALIDATED 2006; Runner-up: Dick Surprise)
1998 L.A. St. Louis
1997 Courage Shabalala
1996 Honka Monka
1995 Ballots missing
1994 Mummenschontz Bitterbeetle (INVALIDATED 2006; Runner-up: Scientific Mapp)
1993 Crescent Dragonwagon
1992 Excellent Raymond
1992 Assumption Bulltron (Name of the Decade)
1991 Doby Chrotchtangle
1990 Otis Overcash
1989 Magnus Pelkowski
1988 No vote held
1987 No vote held
1986 No vote held
1985 Godfrey Sithole
1984 No vote held
1983 Hector Camacho

18 comments:

  1. What? No comments? Here's one. I used to keep a list of names. Sent it to my mother. Years later, after she died I found it in a drawer. I laughed again over Edmund Brillo, Abdo Teabaggy and now I fine these! Terrific.

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  2. I wish I had never found this site. I've wasted half my afternoon and my side hurts from laughing!!! Keep up the good work!!

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  3. Lol....L.A. St.Louis...i mean wow. now these celebrities have lost it too with Apple and Pilot Inspektor.

    I know a
    Season
    Two O'Clock Nuygen
    Patapanunong Oum (we caall her patty)
    Courvosier (poor lil boy, he's gonna b pickd on a lot)
    Peppermint Candy and her sister Cinnamon Candy (Season went to highschool with them)
    Starkesia
    Sarounsay (he's a cool dude tho)
    Vertil Webb (my highschool hall monitor)
    Yhaley (my cousin)

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  4. a friend of mine is native and her bothers name is:

    Gewei Gezjic Mishkawaboo Sunny Sky Stand Strong Rainy White Bramen

    one day he got pulled over and the cops askd his full name, he told them but they didn't believe and asked to c his liscense and sure enough, his full name in print.

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  5. Weirdest names I've ever heard are Brighton Earley, Jared Giddledick, Dick Long, Xiomara Coello and Candy Bar

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  6. Best one I've ever heard was a woman who came into the ER where my sister works. Her first name was L-A, pronounced "Ladasha". I wish I knew the last name.

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  7. I worked with a guy named Flamingo Stringfellow.
    I couldn't bring myself to believe that his parents actually named him that, so I made him pull out his i.d.
    Oops!

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  8. Scinnamon Brown...went to high school with her!

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  9. another one SWAMY SARAN ATUL(Hindi)
    swamy=owner,saint
    saran=decent (maybe)
    atul=incomparable


    :D

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  10. Thelastone was the the first name. I asked why. She said, Momma already had eight kids and said I was the last one.
    Saw it in a high school in North Florida.

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  11. Where in the world is God Shammgod?

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  12. My nephew Mighty Fine, a graduate of Yale University. He exemplifies
    his name in every way.Wonderful young man.

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  13. The guitarist at my wedding was Klondike Steamboat Steadman III. He's a scholarly musician and a fine guitarist.

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  14. My mom knew a kid named Phil Muwheeny. I didn't believe her until she showed me a picture of the kid in her high school year book.

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  15. There was a set of twins names la'washa and la'drya in Texas i believe. HAHA!

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  16. I'm a first-time visitor from Cleveland, OH. A buddy told me about your site today, so I decided to check it out.

    Dude, I'm cracking up with some these names. The best I can do is that I once met a guy named Egger in high school.

    That's pretty lame, considering some of the nominees here. Keep up the great site.

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  17. There's a guy in the Cleveland area named "Richard Trickle" that always makes me giggle.

    My hometown in KY had two little girls named Ja'Highness and Ja'Majesty.

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