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Awww, thats cute, I wonder how the boys feel now. Good prog tho
Good job I didn't ask my boys
Not too far from me is a house called Bin Robin. Luckily the occupant looks too fat to exert himself too much.
My neighbour has called their son Ben, their surname is Down. The sad thing is they did it on purpose
It may be sad Lily- but it did make me laugh
There was a girl at my school whose surname was Balls. If that wasn't bad enough, she was called Rosie ....
In the seventies, there was a man who used to come riding where I work called Mr. Tuckey.
His first name was Ken.
I kid you not
We had a Theresa Green at school.........
sara4.. kaughed out loud at that one.. should have.. but sometimes wish parents would think a little bit more..
i had a teacher called Miss CHerrie Cake
Friends son called Digby Knight.
My needlework teacher was Joan Jones. (But she was Mrs)
I worked with a Teresa Green a few years ago.and my husband once worked with someone called Phil Hill.
Sorry was just reading through this, it started to jump about, and go off on its own!
I knew someone whose daughter was named Amanda Miranda Randell.
Bet they had trouble saying that after a few drinks!
What was that kids prog from the 70's? All the electric stopped and everyone lived like the dark ages. In the end some people found a cave with a giant crystal that turned out to be Merlin! I think
I have found it, I'm confusing two programmes. The programme about the electric stopping is called 'The Changes'
The one about the cave and Merlin, is called the Children of the Stone.
Sorry Mark not heard of those
Me neither Mark.
Anyone remember Gilligan's Island ? Think it was in mid - late 60's. Think Roddy McDowell, very possibly wrong with that, but people shipwrecked on an island, don't remember much of story, but at the end of each episode the escape boat was ready and the "silly one" always managed to blow it up, or wreck it in some way.