So, back to business. It was recently brought to my attention by a source close to me, that it's not nice to make fun of people's names, cause it was given to them by their parents yadda, yadda... It was at this point I had to invoke my rights as a US citizen and remind them of the 2nd Amendment. No, not that pesky 1st Amendment that mentions something about free speech thingamabob, but the one about the right to bear arms. I think I got my point across just fine after that...
|Upholding the 2nd Amendment- The right to |
After some discussion we found that some of our very colleagues had some, umm, unusual names.
The nurse whose name was pronounced Cheryl but was spelt Sheroll [You know, kinda sounds like Ricky Martin's song, 'She Bangs, She Bangs.' And yes, I am still miffed at him for having twins without my involvement and naming them Matteo and Valentino. Not sure how I feel about that. I will discuss it at my next Celebrity Stalkers Anonymous meeting].
The other nurse who had a friend named Chlorine Licorish, sweet and deadly in one awesome name [I actually took a picture of the name as she pulled it up on her phone...just in case...]
The agency nurse who told the story of her friend Phillus...and how one day she saw her friends drivers licence and was shocked to see that her full name was actually Syphillus .
[ I'll be right back. THAT...will never get old *wipe tear*]
The other 'professional' named Honey [can you imagine a nurse called Honey? Oh the ways she could go...Picking up extra work on the side has a whole new meaning.]
An individual named Mehnur, pronounced Manure. *sigh*
At the same time all this wonderful conversation was taking place, we heard that Praise the Lord was leaving the building. I lie to you not!!!
Now back to my "loosely culture based but honestly, they really should know better by now" names.
I had the pleasure of learning that Friday, Sunday , Monday [were] Thank God doing well in school.
|Not just a learning aid but can double for roll call|
Except that his wife's name is Patience.