I remember a "Gandhi Jones" back in college... I think his parents were civil rights activists or something. Guess they didn't realize that Gandhi was the Mahatma's last name.
oh shit, i almost forgot about Legend Lee...a 2nd grader with a wandering eye, cornrows, and kungfu skills. dude was a champ and walked around the neighborhood like a wise mayor.he's probably in jr high school now.anyway, his mom who worked in a tatoo parlor had a dream before he was born and he came and saved humanity or something. somehow led to Legend Lord Lee.couple years later, i was on a curb in new orleans, drinking outside a bar. this dude starts talking to me and says he worked in philly for a while inking. i drunkenly asked him if he knew my boy Legend Lee. he was shocked and amazed that i knew him too. telling you, that kid is destined for greatness.
Reading this thread... I don't know whether to laugh or cry
I read the thread title and immediately started thinking of nausiating little suburban white children names - Little blonde Children of the Corn-lookin bastards with names like Brance, Connor, Taylor... and they're all attendees at my neice and nephew's b-day parties where mom and dad actually REGISTER at Toys R Us so their spoiled kids don't get 2 of the same Lego set.
instead of bringing more of that crap into my house.
instead of bringing more of that crap into my house. It doesn't get any better... My lad is 6 next and his birthday is 2 weeks before Christmas. There isn't enough room in the house to keep it. Is it me, or does money buy a lot more Chinese lead-coated crap these days than it did when I was a kid?Fortunately at ages 1-4 they don't notice you "Appropriating" the useless stuff.
hahaha.....brance!!!also:brettlancechadthadbriceoh yeah...cool namestheres a guy who works in my school called Chase Trimmer[/b]i congratulated him on such an awesome name and he told me that the only other people who have ever commented have been construction workers.
Don't forget the last names as first names:McKenzieTaylorHunterBlairLogan