Funny names, slang phrases,

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    • #10207

      I have seen a few funny slang names used on this forum lately so I thought, just for fun, I would list a few of them:

      Debbie Downer
      Selfish Sally
      Penny Positive

      What others do you know?

    • #10219

      LOL  are you making fun of mood swing names? :calvin

      For some strange reason there are more female names that seem to make the list :mail: than males.  Why is that?  I reckon you’re going to plead the 5th.   B-)

      Here’s a few …

      Rambling Rose

      Negative Nancy

      Nervous Nellie

      Meddling Margaret

      Marge in Charge

      Impatient Irene

      Little Susie Homemaker

      Pessimistic Patty

      Lonely Larry

      Grumpy Gills

      Starvin Marvin


      Anybody else wish to share?

    • #10245

      Women are more in touch with their emotions! :whistle:

      • #10247

        You sir just put your foot in your mouth because I just supplied a list of male traits. :whistle:

        I left off … “Nancy Boy” … I’ll let you google that one. :wacko:


    • #10246

      Ok … I was able to find more male funny names/slang words to even up the list. B-)

      Average Joe

      Joe six-pack: working class man who enjoys 6 pack of beer

      Doubting Thomas

      Gloomy Gus, Bernie Bummer, Bitter Bear, Johnny Rain Cloud are all the male version of a  “Debbie Downer”

      Good-Time Charlie: a hedonist

      Sloppy Joe – a cook who makes sloppy joe sandwiches, also someone who is messy

      Handy Andy: a person with useful skills

      Jack-the-lad: an arrogant, carefree young man

      Joe Cool: someone who presents a fashionable or unflappable person

      Merry Andrew: a clownish person

      Peeping Tom

      Simple Simon: a gullible, unintelligent person

      Smart Aleck (or “smart alec”): a know-it-all

      Harry Homeowner: A guy who takes pride in doing home maintenance work himself

    • #10301

      Uncle!  Uncle!

      • #10315

        :mdrmdr:   Good one :good:

    • #10316

      Speaking about Uncle …

      “Bob’s your Uncle” – this is a popular phrase in the  United Kingdom. It means “and there it is” or “there you have it”

      ”Farty Marty” – has a party and all the farts were there

      of course, they had to make the female version :negative:

      ”Tutti Fruity” – laid a beauty and they all went out for air

      Last night my dog had a flatulence problem once more. :-(   I might have to start calling him “Marty”… I only gave him 1 cheese ravioli … so that’s now off limits for him. :mail:

      Disco Dave – D.J. at a nightclub

      Prima Donna

      Lazy Susan – small wooden rotating tray but originally it referred to a slow waiter.

      “Thomas Jefferson invented the lazy Susan in the 18th century, though they were referred to as dumbwaiters at that time. It is said that Jefferson invented the lazy Susan because his daughter complained she was always served last at the table and, as a result, never found herself full when leaving the table.”

      – Fair Use –

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