I need a laugh. What is the funniest name you have ever cold called? Give me your best shot. It could also be the funniest name of one of your clients. Thanks.
I used to have a client last name, Hurlbutt. Kind of a visual image of someone vaulting a@@ end first over a fence. Made me smile everytime I said it.
Dr. Dickman......(practitioner of holelickstick medicine)
Mrs. Iva Bonar
Not clients, but local names I've heard in the past...Harry Toole, Uneda Peter (why she married a guy with that last name is beyond me) and a Catholic Priest named Father Firmis Dick (forgive me if I misspelled any of these).
...off to do my "Hail Marys" and "Our Fathers"....
I knew a guy in high school named Rusty Carr.
Neighbors where I grew up Jimmy and John Dieckhauf. I asked them once if their middle names were Ada and Bitta.
"Kelly Cox". Middle name "Love". Not kidding.
Here's the name of a girl that was in my class. Her name is Jenn Fell. Her boyfriends name was Eric M. Down. If they got married and she kept her last name and added his....Jenn Fell Down. Not a joke, these was really their names.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I laughed out loud.
Also, just booked a great appointment. Wishing you all the same good prospecting today.
My friend was named Mr. Poorker and he called Ms. Hog. She hung up on him 3 times. It was so funny!
"Dick Gay"...NO JOKE!
OK I have a few actual names culled from leads bought for "Prospective Investors.
and many many more!
Sourbutts (No joke)
COmpletly off topic.. yesterday I had to deal with a fellow who lived on Player St. no joke.
Don't hate the Player hate the game.
Had DeCracker today. And yes, they were white.
My best freind had a Persian gentleman named Mahda Fahkir. Yep that is EXACTLY how it is pronounced.
Had a Robert McRoberts today.
Called a couple of "Playas" this week:
Clarence B. Hustler and Bill Cashdollar,
Realator: Spencer Ahole
Barry Horney...he is now a client
Had to resurrect this thread today as I was signing off as OSJ for another LPL rep and he too, was opening accounts for the Horney family...
From my old retail days in college, I had a customer named Henrik Schittenhaard.
Please note, I have updated from my page one post. I didn't think that Hugh was correct when I posted that.
I went to school with a guy that was named William Gibson Morehead, we just called him "Gib" and that was bad enough.
I also met a girl in a bar whose name was Anita Cox, I didn't beleive her till she showed me her driver's license.
Knew a girl who used to be a broker with the last name Cashdollar.
My wife's hometown had a chiropractor named Dr. Bonebreak.
Richard Handler...they called him Dick
There is an institutional sales guy I know named George Manlove.
BrokerRecruit wrote:There is an institutional sales guy I know named George Manlove.How well do you know him?
I worked with a lady named Stacy Laycock. She got married and changed her name fast as she could.
Biasedrecruiter wrote: I worked with a lady named Stacy Laycock. She got
married and changed her name fast as she could.
Why? What was wrong with the name Stacy?
I had Mr. & Mrs. Head as clients. It always felt weird addressing her as Mrs. Head. Now that I'm old I call eveyone by their first name but they'er long gone anyway.
joedabrkr wrote: BrokerRecruit wrote:There is an institutional sales guy I know named George Manlove.How well do you know him?
Wouldn't you like to know...
Mike Hunt - a doorknock at EDJ...funny thing is, I didn't realize it for about a year that it could be a funny name
Richard Cummings...went by Dick; I thought he was a washed up 70's porn star or something.
One of the best I've seen is from Terre Haute, IN. One of their "famous" artists is Omer Seamon. His nickname is "Salty" (of course). So, some local banks offer checks with his artwork on them. Wouldn't you like to have some Salty Seamon checks?
Here is a link if you don't believe me:
http://visions.indstate.edu/cdm4/results.php?CISOOP1=any& ;CISOFIELD1=CISOSEARCHALL&CISOROOT=/vchs&CISOBOX1=Se amon
The high school I went to liked to pull pranks over the PA system during morning announcements. One of the best was a basketball camp that was being instructed by Mike Hawk.
ManDate wrote:Mike Hunt - a doorknock at EDJ...funny thing is, I didn't realize it for about a year that it could be a funny name
...you must be too young to have seen "Porky's"...
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