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Unfortunate (and slightly amusing) names..

While working with the Yanks I was put on a course with one. Hi I'm ExREME what's your name?He replied I'm Sgt Tank. I told him Brits didn't do rank so his first name or nickname. He replied Herman, laughing I told him that was a top nickname to which he said, its my Christian name man
Has he got some of these?
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Unfortunate name? I'll sit and wait for the 'olds', somebody must've posted it by now - Diane Abbott? :toilet:
 
Wayne-Kerr still in existence:
Wayne Kerr Electronics Home

as is Fluke:
Fluke Corporation: Fluke Electronics, Biomedical, Calibration and Networks

Also a 'parfumerie' called Salon A. Krapp in Fallingbostel (1976):

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1976? That's the year I was born.

Looking at that photograph, that must have been around the time that the world was slowly evolving from Black & White into glorious colour.



To keep things more or less on topic, we had a lad at 7 Sigs called "Gluebag", so called because someone once wandered into his room to find him with a carrier bag over his head, whilst sniffing a tube of Mr Bostik's finest.
 
Used to work with a Mike Hunt, but he was always known as "Isaac" for some reason.
There was an RLC guy in the 90's called such a name. Strangely he was just called Mike. I just had a look on Facebook and he's changed his name

Also knew a Nigerian air force student back in the 80's with the first name Cosmos
I've worked with two Cosmos' in the last few years, one Polish, the other from Jamaica.
 

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