Great name archive, 1-7 October 2012


Hippolyte Tsafack

Hippolyte Tsafack

Amber Lawn, Australian sister and Malaysian jail visitor

Thurlow Weed, US political tyro and chronic vertigo sufferer

Junji Wiener, US lacrosser and ball shielder

Ermal Fraze, US tool company owner and aluminum can pull tab inventor

Bud Pidgeon, hunting fan & Saturday meeting organiser

Hippolyte Tsafack, Cameroonian hoopster and one-word answerer

Kenesaw Mountain Landis, US judge/baseball commissioner and real shorthand reporter

Bradley Wine, US criminal and public intoxicant

Titus Rubles, US basketballer and style translator

Carrie Coon, US actress and drooling man wake possessor

Kate Pumpa, exercise physiologist & calorie counter

Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro, French footballer and unafraid shooter

Helmut Pump, German waste manager and international advice provider

Christopher Christmas, US counsellor and Ball State University graduate

Rodrick Rumble, US gridironer and good-hearted people helper


Great name archive, 3-9 September 2012

Brickelle Bro

Brickelle Bro

Dr E.R. Squibb, US inventor/pharmaceutics manufacture and explosion survivor

Theophylact Bache, US merchant and Benjamin Franklin daughter brother-in-law

Brickelle Bro, US Paralympic swimmer and Paralympic Name Countdown winner!

Belle Boggs, US author and cell phone reception seeker

Robin Banks, Australian anti-discrimination commissioner & racist advert investigator

Cecil Shorts III, American footballer and rest stop sandwich consumer

Beaver Barone, US lacrosser and ground ball control gainer

Narjiss Nejjar, Moroccan film director and impression leaver

Willy Korn, US gridironer and eclectic skill owner

Moonjoong Tcha, academic and Olympics researcher

Xmas Lutu, American actor and skirt wearer

Venky Jois, Australian basketballer and freakishly athletic future doctor

Major Wingate, US basketballer and child support non-payer

Sgt. Law Power, Canadian policeman and bully arrester

Roman Maximyuk, Kazakh university student and panda observer

Great name archive, 18-24 June 2012

Bread Crumb

Bread Crumb

Bre Crum

Bre Crum*

Something of a gastronomic selection for this week’s best name: Tayte Pears, Joe Corn and Felix Pie were close, as was Mr (Marques) Whippy.

But the winner was Bre Crum, a name so close to ‘Bread Crumb’ that one cannot think of the former without thinking of the latter.

Try it. You can’t.

Phillip Phillips, American Idol winner and kidney stone non-passer

Neville Neville, father of UK soccerers Phil & Gary and raucous partyer

Lang Lang, Chinese pianist and (aged 9) suggested suicidee

Dante Dears, US criminal and non-phone unlocker

Tayte Pears, Australian Rules footballer and slow computer sufferer

Bre Crum, US basketballer and additional depth provider

Felix Pie, Dominican baseballer and twisted testicle sufferer

Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX president and non-rocket launcher

Marques Whippy, Fijian basketballer and pre-game vomiter

Joe Corn, US history professor and ‘national resource’ husband

Mysherry Moore, (then) US high school student and swimming fear conqueror

Windy Buche, French rugby player and two try grabber

Rider Strong, US actor/director and son of King Arthur Strong

PJ Boner, Irish ‘instrument weigher’ and Pioneer Award recipient

Zemgus Girgensons, Latvian ice hockeyer & successful tool possessor

*Pic courtesy of Tampa Bay Times