Wednesday, April 01, 2009

It's April, Fools

I just read somewhere that April is National Humor Month- I've never heard that before but I can sho dig it.

I love humor.

This RECENT POST by Lee of MWOB inspired me to dust off the old photo albums and find a picture I took in Grand Cayman almost 15 years ago.



In honor of National Humor Month I give you.......Harry Bush.
That's right! You can call good 'ole Harry Bush for all your trucking needs.

Awesome.

Almost as good as the OBGYN I had back in Atlanta named Harry Heiman. Click HERE if you don't believe me.

What funny names have you come across in your lifetime...come on, it's Humor Month, humor me!

And always remember....
"Laughter is the sunshine of the soul."

14 comments:

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Harden Thicke

artis1111 said...

What people name their children. I saw a baby named Crystle Ice. A man where we once lived had all his daughters named after candy bars. Kathy

Lee of MWOB said...

That is AWESOME!! I love Harry Bush AND his trucking services! That picture is classic! Laughter is where it's at. :-)

Loving the scene over here.... :-)

Lola Nova said...

Knew a guy named Jack Hammer once. I'll think of more after I have had my coffee.

bigheadedbob said...

Not that I've done it, but my siblings were know to call a woman,in Carlise PA, Fonda Peters, yes it was a listed#. Pop has a proctoligist, Dr.Ram, and had a boss named Jack Miehoff

Alix said...

My first husband had a friend who named his daughter: Dawn Zurley. Their last name was Light. Get it? Dawn's Early Light?

Anyyyyyyway...

We were driving home from Welaka on Sunday and a pickup truck (of course) went by and in the window with shoe polish we read:

"Go Stealers"

Does that count as a funny? Only in freaking Welaka do you need spellcheck for your team spirit.

Mom L said...

This is too simple, but my vet when I lived in MD was Dr. Katz. I know there have been many names I've snickered at over the years, but right now I'm suffering from CRS so I'll have to think of them later.

Joyce said...

When I worked at a hospital in Illinois, we had a patient named Brown Crappo (the family said their name had a long A but....). My brother had a friend whose last name was Marks and they all had appropriate nicknames, his was Skid Marks.

As for the mouse, YUCK! We had a vole (black mouse like creature) that jumped out of the toaster one night. Orkin was called (finally - long story) and the toaster was thrown out!!

Joyce

Savannah Belle said...

g has relatives with the last name Fuchs. Now how do you pronounce that?

d/iowa said...

LOL! all of those names are awesome!

i forgot to tell everyone about my friend who is a teacher- a few years ago she had twins named champagne and caviar. i swear to god.

Anonymous said...

dont foreget the Gyno in Savannah named DR. Finger

Joyce said...

My friend married a man whose last name is Butts. When his ancestor came from "the old country" he paid $50 to have his name changed from Butt to Butts.

I think I would have used the money to change my name to something completely different!

Mom L said...

Hey, Anon - I wonder if the Savannah gyno was my classmate from high school (Florida), last name Finger, who became an OB-GYN!???

Susan said...

There was a dentist in Atlanta many years ago called Dr Payne.