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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
PostPosted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 5:46 pm 
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Or ‘Perry’, short for ‘Perry Neeham’

Or ‘Givusaf’ or ‘Uvsituptherongun’, depending on how you’ll order it to ‘heel’


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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We've gone through with Benthos!


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Pongo

Great dog name.


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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A fellow churchgoer, who is wheelchair bound, has a wonderful dog that really seems to look after her.

She decided to name it as a reversal of letters as "God".

We were at a communion service when I helped her to the altar to receive the bread and wine and blessing from our Reverend.

Her faithful companion decided to come up the central aisle to his mistress.

She turns round and shouts "God" "God". Members of the congregation, who do not know her dog's name were a bit taken aback.

I think some of them thought she had suddenly received a visitation!

Dogs are just wonderful. It's some of the owners who are not.


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Bernard
Colin
or Keith


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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'Hask' surely?


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Boris.

Brian as the dog is likely to be a very naughty boy.


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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te Pango Nui (The Great Black)

Shorten it to Pango (soft G)


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Yacuncha


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Puddles


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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How about boggy?


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Jakey.


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Sandstorm wrote:
Inja (dog in Zulu)



Thats quite cool


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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eugenefraxby wrote:
Pongo

Great dog name.



Another good one (with Army connections) :P


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Crisp-bag.


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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I'm going to get 2 dogs in the near future and I want to call the male Slartibartfast or Zloty and the female Gorgonzola, which allows for a few different shortenings. Pretentious, probably, but htat suits me to a T.


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Pongo & Monty make me think that just about any member of the Drones club (or the good old Pelican) provides a good dog's name. Fruity, Tuppy, Beefy, Plug, Mustard, Stinker, Buffy, Nobby, Bicky, Biffy, Chuffy, Corky, Gussie, Boko, Barmy, Kipper, Bingo, Catsmeat, Sippy, Rocky, Stilton. Perhaps not Stiffy nowadays...


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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pontifex wrote:
I'm going to get 2 dogs in the near future and I want to call the male Slartibartfast or Zloty and the female Gorgonzola, which allows for a few different shortenings. Pretentious, probably, but htat suits me to a T.


I dare you to call them Mohammed and Allah Akbar.


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Nah. I like my names so far. The wife doesn't yet agree.


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Ewinkum wrote:
pontifex wrote:
I'm going to get 2 dogs in the near future and I want to call the male Slartibartfast or Zloty and the female Gorgonzola, which allows for a few different shortenings. Pretentious, probably, but htat suits me to a T.


I dare you to call them Mohammed and Allah Akbar.

Too much religion tolerance virtue signaling there so 2017. Uncool bro.


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Mahoney wrote:
Pongo & Monty make me think that just about any member of the Drones club (or the good old Pelican) provides a good dog's name. Fruity, Tuppy, Beefy, Plug, Mustard, Stinker, Buffy, Nobby, Bicky, Biffy, Chuffy, Corky, Gussie, Boko, Barmy, Kipper, Bingo, Catsmeat, Sippy, Rocky, Stilton. Perhaps not Stiffy nowadays...


‘Bertie’, if you’re going down that route. Though I think it’s better to have a name that (a) doesn’t end in y or ie (as too many dog names do); and (b) will attract instant attention and hilarity when shouted in the park.

One of my friends has a Bassett Hound called ‘Ipkiss’, which works well.

My vote is for ‘Akbar’


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Mahoney wrote:
Pongo & Monty make me think that just about any member of the Drones club (or the good old Pelican) provides a good dog's name. Fruity, Tuppy, Beefy, Plug, Mustard, Stinker, Buffy, Nobby, Bicky, Biffy, Chuffy, Corky, Gussie, Boko, Barmy, Kipper, Bingo, Catsmeat, Sippy, Rocky, Stilton. Perhaps not Stiffy nowadays...



I was thinking of Scrum which will lead to the obvious

Scrum.......Down




Sorry :blush:


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Riffing on Benthos idea, Donut might be fun.


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Solly? As in "Solly... Sit!"


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Mahoney wrote:
Solly? As in "Solly... Sit!"



We don't live in a Cottage!! :x


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Me and the missus would love a dog but can't due to renting the house from a sheep farmer who owns the field next door. So we found a lost pup last week, tried all the vets and the guards, no joy. So took him home posted him on social media and found the owner very quickly. But then complete radio silence from the owne after I told him we were an hour away.
So after the new year period and lots of prods from us but no response we contacted an animal charity who advised us to contact the guards again and the pound, just to ensure that if they (animal charity) took him, it was all legal.
Finally today the owner has agreed to pick the dog up,after the guards, and the pound explained the dog would be put down or cost him money to retrieve( the pound, guards And us would not have let him get put
down)

What an irresponsible cünt, I feel bad about giving the dog back to him, he's a great pup


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Wagsalot ?


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Openside wrote:
I rather stupidly went to see my sister on NYE, her dog has just had a litter of Cockador puppies (cocker Spaniel and Labrador) - I was ambushed and have agreed to have one of the puppies. The kids preferred name is Digby which we can’t have as our Made in Chelsea neighbour dog is called that😕

I have suggested Montgomery (Monty) for the founding father of the Parachute Regt.

However along with all the invariable abuse and sarky suggestions there is normally a belter, so I thought I would see what PR has to offer!!

Suggestions please...

Go with Monty. If I ever find time for a dug I'll be calling it Hackle


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If no-one's mentioned it, surely 'Allahu Ackbar' (for short - 'Allahu Ackbar, die you infidel pigs, the Prophet awaits me as soon as that puppy over there shits for Jihad!' in a more formal setting)


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If no-one's mentioned it, surely 'Allahu Ackbar' (for short - 'Allahu Ackbar, die you infidel pigs, the Prophet awaits me as soon as that puppy over there shits for Jihad!' in a more formal setting)


Calling him at the park might be a bit risky. Bound to be reported to the anti terrorist police.

"Some nutter in the park is shouting Allahu Akber".....


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Where's the "That's the joke" gif...


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 Post subject: Re: Help naming a puppy
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Benthos wrote:
If no-one's mentioned it, surely 'Allahu Ackbar' (for short - 'Allahu Ackbar, die you infidel pigs, the Prophet awaits me as soon as that puppy over there shits for Jihad!' in a more formal setting)


Calling him at the park might be a bit risky. Bound to be reported to the anti terrorist police.

"Some nutter in the park is shouting Allahu Akber".....

It gets worse when the puppy has run away and you are shouting that out the window while driving erratically in your panic to find him.


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Mahoney wrote:
Where's the "That's the joke" gif...
Aw, leave him be - he fell into a cauldron when he was a baby


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Openside wrote:
Mahoney wrote:
Pongo & Monty make me think that just about any member of the Drones club (or the good old Pelican) provides a good dog's name. Fruity, Tuppy, Beefy, Plug, Mustard, Stinker, Buffy, Nobby, Bicky, Biffy, Chuffy, Corky, Gussie, Boko, Barmy, Kipper, Bingo, Catsmeat, Sippy, Rocky, Stilton. Perhaps not Stiffy nowadays...



I was thinking of Scrum which will lead to the obvious

Scrum.......Down




Sorry :blush:


I see this ending up with him being called Accidental Offside, Crouch-Bind-Set or Rolling Maul.


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Mahoney wrote:
Fenrir, Cerberus, Carcharoth or Fluffy


Not wise if Mrs Openside wears a large diamond ring.


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Not that you'll chose it, but Gelert is a legendary dog name in Wales.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gelert


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Not that you'll chose it, but Gelert is a legendary dog name in Wales.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gelert

Love that story, great name for a dog


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