Most of our inside jokes correlate with South Park in one way or another.
Every night, when we go to bed, we put in a South Park dvd. (We own every box set. I know we can watch it for free online, but I fully maintain that Trey Parker and Matt Stone deserve the royalties.)
Now that I'm four months pregnant with our first child, it's dawned on me that we totally concieved a child while watching South Park.
I feel as though my son deserves an awesome South Park-related name, but it's kind of difficult to find a name that won't cause him to be a target. I joked about naming him Creamy Goodness, or Babyfart McGeezaks, but this simply won't do.
Derp Balls Combs.
I don't think there could ever be a more epic name.
I'm pretty sure I'd have to teach him to fight before his first day of pre-school, though.
We discussed giving him a name that isn't South Park-related and just calling him butters as a nickname.
"Uh, why'd she call you derp?"
Kid facepalms "middle name."
"Wow you're serious?"
"Damn it, mom!"
He or she would probably avoid doing stuff to risk that being leaked.
However you deserve to know that I literally laughed aloud at derp for a middle name.
skurtz wrote:nwt000 wrote:Get your trolling ass out of here!
I'm more friendlier drinking some espresso.
If you want to be more subtle you can always go with Eric Theodore. If it's a boy, of course. If it's a girl, again, you would ruin her life.
BRMBug wrote:I've got it!
Stark Pond *insert surname here*
Oooh Stark would be kinda cool. That way the kid could be like, "Yeah, I was named after Tony Stark."
I think Pip would be a cute name. I always feel bad for poor Pip.
I love the names Kenneth, Stanley, Leopold, and Stark.
By the way, I don't know how you can have relations during South Park. Me and my man always end up cracking up and have to turn it off. Haha!
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