Philip............Can You Start Spelling Your Name Rebracha?

MelroseHawkins

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I keep wanting to say your name Rebracka! When I hear the announcers keep stating Rebracha, it really throws me off. I never think of the H sound when seeing your name.

Oh............and by way my man............GREAT GAME AGAINST MINNY!! Keep up the good work. I hope you are enjoying your time at Iowa.
 

Ree4

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Did you pronounce it Toni Kukock too? It's interesting, some languages pronounce letters and letter combinations a little different than we're used to.
 

Fryowa

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My dad's business teacher in high school was named Neil Dover. Super awesome guy with a great sense of humor (which you'd have to have with a name like that).

I'd never forgive parents like that who name their kids stupid shit like Fonda Dicks, Neil Dover, and so on. I don't believe for a second that it would go unnoticed by parents and that no one said anything to them about it.

Like the example I gave above...out of literally hundreds of thousands of names, there are 3 that you can't give someone named Dover. Eileen, Neil, and Ben. His parents were terrible human beings.
 

Seth53

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My dad's business teacher in high school was named Neil Dover. Super awesome guy with a great sense of humor (which you'd have to have with a name like that).

I'd never forgive parents like that who name their kids stupid shit like Fonda Dicks, Neil Dover, and so on. I don't believe for a second that it would go unnoticed by parents and that no one said anything to them about it.

Like the example I gave above...out of literally hundreds of thousands of names, there are 3 that you can't give someone named Dover. Eileen, Neil, and Ben. His parents were terrible human beings.
I think I'd be changing my first name ASAP.

My dad's first/middle names were Walter David. He hated Walter and while he never officially changed it, never ever went by Walter, signed his name Walter, etc.
 

vork22

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I’m part Serb and I’ll tell you just visualize the č (ch) instead of c in his name. Ironically, my name got changed when my grandfather came to the US and people still fuck it up.
 

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