Yes, let’s make fun of people named so and so, when it was at the time a perfectly good name. Also, people from different culture whose name, in ours, sounds funny. I feel like I’m 6 years old again. Bravo.
There’s a politician from Delhi, who’s name is Sheila Dikshit. Last year a NZ talk show host made fun of her name and landed in hot water for that. Because something sounds funny in your language, it doesn’t mean that can be ridiculed. But, I guess you woudn’t know that because you are American and hence genetically ignorant. And bravo lamebook for not masking the first name of Mr.Dikshit.
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I would totally believe “Jesus Condom” wasn’t the kid’s real name. My senior yearbook had a number of misspelled names in it. I don’t think the teacher in charge of the yearbook kids ever proofread it. One girl had an enemy on the yearbook staff and ended up with the last name “McDoughHo” Instead of “McDonough”.
And I had a teacher that year named Melvyn Dick. Wonder if he’s on FB?
I doubt that’s how these names are pronounced. Even if it was, it’s not in English so the meaning is obviously not the same. There’s a politician in Safrica whose name is spelt Sexwale but pronounced See-*GWAA-leh
vignesh, didn’t you say the reporter was from New Zealand? Apparently ignorance is worldwide, and can even be found in your culture, as you’ve demonstrated, since Americans are genetically linked. In short, fuck off.
I bet Jesus Condom feels so lucky to have idiots he has to go to school with taking the time to put his yearbook picture on the internet.
Condom is an actual last name, but I would definitely believe it was the fault of the yearbook kids. Every yearbook I have is rife with mistakes, for no good reason. How hard is it to look over the finished product once more?
@pterryndactyl, tell me about it! My yearbook was full of mistakes. They didn’t even bother to find the name of some people who didn’t stay until year 11, they just put a question mark underneath. Tch…
this is insensitive to people of indian ethnicity. i know mr. anil dikshit and it is really unfair that you haven’t blanked out his first name and blurred his picture. i don’t understand how this was allowed.
I think you’re right, except that the ignorance chart looks a bit like the Moral Landscape map proposed by Sam Harris.
When it comes to the Fucktard Landscape (my term), there are peaks and troughs of fucktardity. Due perhaps in part to the American educational system, lamentably, a major peak appears to centre over North America.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s plenty of fucktards in the UK also, but they tend to keep quiet and spend their time taking drugs and watching Hollyoaks. And getting pregnant.
Can some of you please stop being self-righteous? It’s funny. Across all cultures people’s names are poked at. I bet even Indians do it when a foreigner’s name doesn’t translate well. We’re not laughing at the person, but what the name means in our language. It gets irritating for them, but it only becomes insensitive when someone goes out of their way to contact them to tell them or to tell them in general.
There’s a German footballer with the last name ‘Kuntz’. Oh the fun we have when England and Germany meet to play ‘soccer’. The video for the England World Cup song a few years ago even had all 11 members of the German team with the name ‘Kuntz’ on their back. It’s all a bit of fun and those of you who can’t see this need to lighten up and stop taking things so seriously,