thank you for your email Mr. auntz. He's not cherman, but I want to spell it correctly with the "k": Mr. Küntz 0 Vote up! It is hard to overlook Igor Fuks in this regard. And who could ignore Jennifer Fingerit? 0 Vote up! I usually get bored of trying to read Thai names after the first couple of syllables but just noticed a "Chamlertwot" on the recipient list of another email. tis a good day. 0 Vote up! Chamlertwát. y does rof bother? 0 Vote up! Anustree Dikshit Trufax 1 Vote up! we have a winner 0 Vote up! Not certain she exists, as heard the name but haven't met/dealt with her, but chortlesome for our French cousins...Gemma Pell 2 Vote up! The trainee on call with me, had to go on mute because he was laughing so much every time the name was mentioned Brrrrrrrap. Of course, I found many excuses to mention Mr Dikshit by name ;-) 0 Vote up! https://edmontonjournal.com/news/local-news/alberta-law-society-upholds-edmonton-defence-lawyers-disbarment 0 Vote up! Have you met his cousin from Croatia, Split? 0 Vote up! how is it trufax then if you cannot verify existence? winnership revoked and stop fúcking cheating. 0 Vote up! Mr Butt. 0 Vote up! i enjoyed the round on university challenge on monday (and, as an aside, kudos 2 sheff 4 smashing it) on nomin7ive determinism. 1 of the answers was the old belgian footballer, mark de man. makes me chuckle every time 0 Vote up! on reflection “old” is a bit harsh as he has just hit 40. must have retired v young 0 Vote up! I saw that and it reminded me of a fairly recent appointment to the governing board of The Wine Society - Eleanor de Kanter. 0 Vote up! 1 Vote up! I've just an e-mail from a man called Rimmer. Friend also worked for a German bank and reported to a Herr Doktor auntlecker. 0 Vote up! And there's always Professor Peter Kunzlik https://research-portal.uea.ac.uk/en/persons/peter-kunzlik 0 Vote up! Randy Wang https://www.bclplaw.com/en-US/people/randall-r-wang.html 0 Vote up! Joseph Smallhoover https://smallhoover.law/ 2 Vote up! Thomas Crapper Thomas Percy I saw an ice-cream, or a confection, in Germany called Bum Bum The Austrian village spelt Fu c k ing, pronounced "Fugging". They're changing the signs so that the homograph and homophone are the same, i.e. to Fugging. Fugging shame! 1 Vote up! Smallhoover made me dun a snot 0 Vote up! There was s.t. in the news a few years ago about a Thai guy called Fuc Dat Bich. 2 Vote up! Takeshita, ex-PM of Japan. 1 Vote up! Fuc Dat Bich sounds like a Viet name rather than Thai 0 Vote up! Tiny Kox made me laugh out loud. 1 Vote up! We all feel like that now and then – Letters of Note 0 Vote up! Local headmaster from my school days, My Shaw-Twilley. Trufax. 0 Vote up! *Mr, MR. Ffs 0 Vote up! Anna Fingerit, Wang, not Jennifer. Peter Kunzlik 0 Vote up! Peter Kunzlik — University of East Anglia (uea.ac.uk) 0 Vote up! Oh cock, sorry Buzz 0 Vote up! (28) Beaver Chua | LinkedIn 1 Vote up! (28) Catherine Sukmonowski | LinkedIn 0 Vote up! Australia's ambassador to South Korea is Mrs Cat Raper. 1 Vote up! There was also that Aussie-Thai lawyer called Bum Hur. Then he changed his name to Ben Hur. 1 Vote up! https://alumni.lmunet.edu/s/1119/16/interior.aspx?sid=1119&gid=1&pgid=1971 1 Vote up! Heh. Met a septic called Randy Behr once. 1 Vote up! Heh 0 Vote up! I was searching for a US attorney I knew of also with that name. Couldn't find him but that guy will do. 0 Vote up! The surnames of two of my teachers at senior school feature on this thread. 0 Vote up! This is a rof thread. You need to specify whether it was or was not a public school (and if it was whether "major" or "minor" - whatever the fook that might mean) 0 Vote up! Heh. I think the distinction seems to be that it’s major if you went there but minor if someone else attended? 0 Vote up! I have worked with a Bendt Øve Simen is a popular name here. It's hard to keep a straight face at introductions. On the other side of it, the footballer Steve Cook is always a favourite for Norwegian football commentary. His name has a very unfortunate translation. Stiv kuk... 0 Vote up! Mutters! I changed the name because she was in my team! 0 Vote up! so what I knew Catherine Sukmonowski well too. And I met Peter Kunzlik when he was at Citi university. 0 Vote up! Bendt Ove is good. 0 Vote up! Pubert Lee 0 Vote up! Flaps van der Merwe 0 Vote up! Dick Steyn 0 Vote up! Hugh Cumber 0 Vote up! FFS there's a Fanny Gu on linkedin 1 Vote up! There is a competition partner in a continental office of a Magic Circle firm whose surname presents a real challenge in pronunciation. 0 Vote up! There's certainly an ongoing rumour which may or may not be true that when Nick Azis joined and became a partner at MWE there had to be an exception made to the email format of "first initial no punctuation surname @mwe.com" 1 Vote up! Was it Bircham Dyson Bell has the same email format as that and had Alan Badcock, who emailed as abadcock@ 2 Vote up! Isn’t there a Cockshutt somewhere in the City 0 Vote up! Charity Lay 0 Vote up! Lovells HK 0 Vote up! Bit harsh tbh 0 Vote up! Dr Whet Faartz 1 Vote up! I went to school with a Beverly Hill I've worked with a Mike Hunt and an Ivonna Bendova I have met Annette Curtin 1 Vote up! A m8 of mine had a colleague with the surname "Curtins". He was known as "Beef". 1 Vote up! I went to school with a chap called Jamie Balls who was in the Naval cadets and the senior cadet which held the rank of Coxwain. we also had an American called Orson Carte. 2 Vote up! Jamon Bollock 0 Vote up! a friend of mine introduces himself as "Barabada Archibald Cumbquat Ponsenby Smythe VII" when asked. His name is Simon.. 0 Vote up! I have met a Mike Hunt and a Chris Hunt. Also Peter Ennis come to think of it. 0 Vote up! There is a trainee at Bakers called Tuna aunt. 0 Vote up! With a K 0 Vote up! Isaac Hunt There are LOADS of them: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/dir/Isaac/Hunt 1 Vote up! Hugh Koch. www.hughkochassociates.co.uk Not sure if his secretary's really called Norma Stitz. 3 Vote up! Norma Snockers surely? Cousin of Betty Swallocks. 0 Vote up! Mark's surname De'ath split to escape death :))) 0 Vote up! I received a letter from a Ken VVank once (I took a copy, I'm sure I still have it somewhere). A friend worked with a Candida Beaver. I don't know how you get past being effectively named Fungal Vagina. 0 Vote up! Sounds like a fun gal to work with. 0 Vote up! We know a Theresa Green who genuinely lives in Branch Road 0 Vote up! I remember Misty Hyman, the swimmer. 0 Vote up! I work with people called Freek. 0 Vote up! Refresh Back to board Join the discussion Login Register 0 Vote up!