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06-02-2019, 19:02   #31
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"Ate the gate"

His teeth was in bits.
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06-02-2019, 19:03   #32
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Keith Earls, the Munster and Ireland rugby player, is often known as Earlsie.
So original however neither funny witty strange or unusual.
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Chicken little. Part of a roof fell on him. He wasnt seriously hurt but yanno the sky is falling
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Guy I grew up with was adopted..never knew his exact birth date..so he used share his with his adoptive name...when he was about 12 his birth mother was found and his real b'day discovered.
Ever since we said he was actually an Apache..
"Chief Martin Two birthday's"


It was funny when we were 12 anyways!
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Once knew an Irish guy in America who's nickname was Biscuits.

But then he got his American citizenship and everyone started calling him Cookies.
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06-02-2019, 19:19   #36
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I know of a guy (Eamon) who was nicnamed "Badly"! He got it when he fingered the wrong hole late one night, the lucky lady was heard crying "Stop it, you're Eamon Badly!
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Worked with a guy everyone called Gimp. Not even The Gimp. :/

Reminds me, I use to babysit this kid when he was around 5/6 and he was telling me about his friend in school and his name was Igor. The little fella kept referring to him as The Igor. I remember trying to explain to him 'you can't call him that, drop the The! It's just Igor!'
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You obviously went to a very nice school.
There was another guy called 'The Feeler' because someone once accidentally sat on his hand. There was a female teacher called 'Lurch' because she was very tall (and admittedly bore a slight resemblance to Lurch from the Addams Family). Secondary school was a very unforgiving place.
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Secondary school was a very unforgiving place.
There were loads of nicknames in my school and nearly every bloke on my road had a nickname that was a unique/exaggeration of them in some way/insult. I can't share them because most of them own the name now and some of them still go by them
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I knew of a lass who was known as Iris the Virus
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A girl in secondary school called Kay, was known as Potassium!
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06-02-2019, 20:57   #42
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Pothole.. Everybody avoided him.
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The rugby player Billy Twelvetrees


Nickname : 36

Genius
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Not so much funny but took me years to realize the nickname Teabag was associated with the surname Lyons
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06-02-2019, 21:07   #45
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One of my sisters knew a guy called "Hoover".

In his teen years, his brother and mother walked in on him attempting to pleasure himself with the vacuum cleaner. Never knew which brand, but always had a funny mental image of it being a "Henry" hoover.

The brother obviously wasn't going to keep that incident quiet and I'd say everyone within a 2km radius of his house knew about it.
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