Unfortunate names

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  1. This is a list of people who have some of the most unfortunate names ever.

    These are really real people - poor sods. :)

    1. ABDULLAH KUNT
    2. MATTHEW WANK
    3. CHRISTOPHER FISTER
    4. GUSTAVO CUNTO
    5. ROSEMARY NOBBE
    6. CHETAN DIKSHIT
    7. DARIO DIKLIC
    8. EDWARD TITTMAN
    9. DIANE BEAVER
    10. DAVID MORON
    11. FABIENNE CRETIN
    12. DONNA BUMGARDNER
    13. GERHARD SPANKA
    14. GINGER SEAMAN
    15. KAREN ARSOLA
    16. LUDGER POOS
    17. ANDREW SHAFTER
    18. FUKKY TANTANG
    19. GARY POKER
    20. ALEXANDRA SUKMAWAT
    21. AVIV LICHOMANOFF
    22. DOROTHY CHUNDA
    23. WAYNE KING
    24. JOHN KOKKINIAS
    25. ROSS SMELLIE
    26. YUICHI ASO
    27. FANNIE PAK
    28. JAC C KRAGT
    29. RICHARD HEAD
    30. WING MAN


    Its Friday and little things please tiny minds :lol:
     
  2. I used to know a bloke called Julius Ceasar, I sh!t you not. He joined the army too, RE I think. Can you imagine being accosted by the law late on a saturday night after having had a few?
    Whats your name then sunshine?
     
  3. Its WAY too late in the week to be starting a new job!

    Mary Hinge?? not sure if its real, but made me chuckle
     
  4. I was in the US for a course last year and met the following unfortunates;

    Randy J Katt
    Julio Hoope IV
    Manfred Kock

    Bless their parents and lets hope that they never join the ranks of arrse :wink:


    fastmedic
     
  5. engr172

    engr172 Old-Salt Book Reviewer

    18. FUKKY TANTANG
    Brilliant
     
  6. My mates brother is called Richard Head. Thats just parental cruelty that is. :lol:
     
  7. In my distant youth we had a neighbour called Alfred Hart. This being in the unaspirated north of England, he was inevitably known as Alf 'Art (which, IIRC, he frequently did, with relish and gusto). I also knew a sweet WRAC wench called Lovecock - needless to say, she was much in demand, but I bet the poor kid couldn't wait to get married!
     


  8. I knew a lad who was a submariner called Nelson,IIRC he was on the Conqueror
     
  9. We've a load of Kings at work ... Lee, Joe & Wayne
     
  10. Can confirm Julius Caesar, met him a couple of times.

    Just had a colleague speaking to a client called Polly Filler, no duff!
     
  11. Have a chap that works in our Dutch office by the name of Arie Kok.

    Prompts sillyness everytime we need to send something to him!
     
  12. A guy in my section; Marty Ten Bras .

    Some other bloke i know; Freek Fukkink.

    These men are both Dutch and their names don't mean anything in Dutch.
    It's just bloody funny when they meet English speaking people. :)