Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by HAB, Jan 24, 2008.
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Well someone has to do it.
I must spread rep around before giving it to HAB again.
sorry buddy. Nice thread.
If only rep spread as quickly as herpes...
I just got married a few weeks ago, and my wife's new name is Jennifer A. Hoal-Hamberger.
Yep, I'm married to a whole hamburger!
Do you really want your real full names on the internet?
There's still some items in the registry.
So, to save money at the wedding, did you have everyone eat off the 99 cent menu?
Hey Mike, do you happen to know someone named Justin Dray??
Can she take a whole hot dog?
What are you going to do with her name? Google her and find the news articles that Both of our full names are in? Maybe find out that she was a captain of the Breast cancer walk?
Seriously, what are you going to do with our names? You could look me up in the white pages if you like, but I don't feel we are that important. I'm not to worried about it
No, what is the connection?
No, far from it! We had filet mignon, an open bar, wine, etc.
She just did, she juuuusst did!
My favorite is Amydalanya's parent-in-laws: Fish-Herring.
well, when you get into one of those inevitable nasty arguments, you always have one card to pull.
just mute the hyphenated part and you have Jennifer A. Hoal
congrats again on the wedding bro
I'm not talking about what I would do with her name, but internet stalkers.
Yes, I realized that, when I used "you" I mean "anyone"
Its just a name. Peoples names are in the paper, on the web, etc all the time. Now if I gave you my name, SSN, and DOB, that might be a problem...
Dude, I'm not talking about identity theft. I'm talking about pissing off some psycho on the 'net who can and will track you down.
At the very least, keep your address and phone number unlisted if you're going to toss real names around.