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Tristram Fane Saunders
didn't know that, though.
It was a very old book, and was probably wrong.
because I'd like to see you try to beat Chris Cross
will that do?
Cha cha real smooth
But probably laws against it
Although not in English. But that's what his names means anyway...
I was once in a McDonalds in some terrible town, and a little girl in there was called "Paisley"...
Who has a brother called Hugh Man
But it has been ridiculed/mispronounced my whole life and ppl seem to find it funny
I once helped marry a guy called Fishbones. It was his real name. He drove a Ford Granada (probably) which had two sheep skulls on the parcel shelf.
That way, he will never end up on the dole. I always liked the name Monty. People called Monty don't end up on the dole.
Decent sort, I think, if a trifle boozed.
- In secondary school, my PE teacher was called Mr Strong and my art teacher was called Mr Strange. Nominative determinism!
- I know a boy called Sean Head. Funny enough in itself, but he also had an uncle called Richard.
- When doing historical research in an old baptismal register, I once found a girl who was christened Fanny Candy.
Was nearby however...could possibly be the same man.
He left there over 10 years ago I think, roundabout then
He was at Ermysteds from 2000 until after I left in 2007. He was a teacher typical of the school really, alright if you brown nosed him a little.
Ermysteds is a private school too?
In the strictest sense I guess. But many of the staff wished it was private I'm sure, hence their behaviour.
My cousin's baby will be called William Hardie. aka Willy Hardie
I didn't realise until I was 17 that that was hilarious.