Friday, May 23, 2008
an observation
If my last name were "Boner"..... I would really rethink the army career decision.

Because it's really not cool when I have to talk to a person on the phone and call them "Major Boner"

and on that same note: If your last name is "Dick" Same observation....except please...PLEASE do not go into the Navy. Because then I have to call you Seaman Dick.

And please do not get upset when I address you as Private Burns. Because all I can think of is sending you some Blue Star Ointment. And I giggle uncontrollably.

Thanks for letting me share my traumatizing moments today.
 
posted by Norman at 9:15 PM | Permalink |


7 Comments:


  • At Saturday, May 24, 2008 4:04:00 PM, Anonymous tazzie

    My husband had a guy in his boot camp named "pretty". Then a guy in his shop named "lay". I know I would have had too much fun laughing at those poor guys.

     
  • At Saturday, May 24, 2008 6:26:00 PM, Blogger Christine

    Too funny. The boner dude definitely should have concerned a name change, I agree.

     
  • At Saturday, May 24, 2008 6:26:00 PM, Blogger Ace

    I work with a guy whose last name is "Lay" - everyone calls him "Frito"... with our e-mails set up, though, his is "slay"!

    And I had a teacher in high school named Mr. Dick. He named his daughter Anita. Or so the story went.

     
  • At Sunday, May 25, 2008 7:07:00 AM, Blogger Sunshine & Kitten Farts

    There was a member at the country club I worked at named Seymour Pecker. One of the membership ladies had to call and ended up laughing uncontrollably when she asked his wife if he was available.

     
  • At Sunday, May 25, 2008 6:21:00 PM, Blogger Jim Latchford

    Your Mr. Boner apparently gets around. My wife conducted a secret shopper at a local Hooters this past Thursday evening. (See my last post for description of this adventure). Apparently this particular Hooters was conducting a fund raiser for a local charity...the type where one makes a monetary contribution and for having done so one gets their name printed on a paper placard taped to the wall. I was scanning the number of such contributors taped to the wall adjacent to out table and there he was...gave $5.00. Not exactly a "major" contribution, but at least his heart was in the right place.

     
  • At Monday, May 26, 2008 12:20:00 PM, Blogger Moi

    Perhaps it is french and pronounced bon-ay?

    No? Then perhpas someone should send him the website for directions on how to change your name.

     
  • At Thursday, June 05, 2008 7:33:00 AM, Blogger jennyonthespot

    Uh. Mah. Gah. That is far too hilarious. Can't. Breathe...

    Found you via blogtations... thanks for the fully belly, bend-over laugh!

     
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