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Also Takes 5 Million Years to Wash

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COMMENTS

  • Xisuthrus
    15 points Mar 25,2019, 4:12pm

    I'd pick thicc hair over going bald at 16.

  • badd_bianca
    9 points Mar 25,2019, 3:44pm

    Have to dedicate the entire afternoon to straighten it.

  • stroopwaffen797
    6 points Mar 25,2019, 5:30pm

    I like it and don't need actual haircuts, just occasional trimmings.

    Also if your hair, like mine, is hell to get a brush through they make these brushes which are meant for wet hair which 1) go through ultra-thick hair super easily and 2) let you brush your hair in the shower.

  • theDFAJ
    3 points Mar 25,2019, 5:46pm

    i only read “your head is always 1000000 degrees” and i was like “oh cool, guess bodies are just like that”

  • Serkisist
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 7:08pm

    Feels fuckin' amazing when wind blows it back/someone runs their fingers through it

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  • Xisuthrus
    15 points Mar 25,2019, 4:12pm

    I'd pick thicc hair over going bald at 16.

  • badd_bianca
    9 points Mar 25,2019, 3:44pm

    Have to dedicate the entire afternoon to straighten it.

  • stroopwaffen797
    6 points Mar 25,2019, 5:30pm

    I like it and don't need actual haircuts, just occasional trimmings.

    Also if your hair, like mine, is hell to get a brush through they make these brushes which are meant for wet hair which 1) go through ultra-thick hair super easily and 2) let you brush your hair in the shower.

  • sans_the_skullerman
    5 points Mar 25,2019, 5:14pm

    advantage: don't need to buy a hat for winter

  • theDFAJ
    3 points Mar 25,2019, 5:46pm

    i only read “your head is always 1000000 degrees” and i was like “oh cool, guess bodies are just like that”

  • Serkisist
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 7:08pm

    Feels fuckin' amazing when wind blows it back/someone runs their fingers through it

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New pants

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  • the_dark_0ne
    135 points Mar 25,2019, 9:24am

    Honestly after our current president, the idea of electing someone for a nutsack joke doesn’t seem so farfetched anymore

  • kunalm09
    62 points Mar 25,2019, 8:50am

    Mad lad

  • xxdibxx
    11 points Mar 25,2019, 1:44pm

    We called them “cheap hotel pants”

    But there is also the lesser known “Burger King pants”

    Yup

    Home of the whopper

  • S1lv3rw1nd
    4 points Mar 25,2019, 4:10pm

    Grandpa jokes. Dad jokes, but more unhinged.

  • squishflake
    2 points Mar 25,2019, 2:30pm
  • Aptronym_63
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 3:38pm
  • David23400
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 5:24pm

    Grandad joke

  • WalkingWiki
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 6:52pm

    Why does this picture look like someone printed out the original post/comment chain & then took a picture of it

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  • the_dark_0ne
    135 points Mar 25,2019, 9:24am

    Honestly after our current president, the idea of electing someone for a nutsack joke doesn’t seem so farfetched anymore

  • kunalm09
    62 points Mar 25,2019, 8:50am

    Mad lad

  • xxdibxx
    11 points Mar 25,2019, 1:44pm

    We called them “cheap hotel pants”

    But there is also the lesser known “Burger King pants”

    Yup

    Home of the whopper

  • K04L4ROXXOR
    7 points Mar 25,2019, 2:08pm

    This made me laugh too much for what it's worth

  • S1lv3rw1nd
    4 points Mar 25,2019, 4:10pm

    Grandpa jokes. Dad jokes, but more unhinged.

  • squishflake
    2 points Mar 25,2019, 2:30pm
  • Aptronym_63
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 3:38pm
  • David23400
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 5:24pm

    Grandad joke

  • WalkingWiki
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 6:52pm

    Why does this picture look like someone printed out the original post/comment chain & then took a picture of it

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op has a point

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Breakfast in bed

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  • MariekeCath
    41 points Mar 24,2019, 10:34am

    And if I give you a bracelet as a present than you can say the same thing.No reason to ask: 'How did you get your hands on this bracelett that I lost a month ago..'

  • betesdefense
    5 points Mar 24,2019, 3:29pm

    And yes... chloroform is part of a nutritious breakfast. Goes great with toast.

  • JustMarciaLima
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 4:10pm

    Hannibal?

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  • MariekeCath
    41 points Mar 24,2019, 10:34am

    And if I give you a bracelet as a present than you can say the same thing.No reason to ask: 'How did you get your hands on this bracelett that I lost a month ago..'

  • betesdefense
    5 points Mar 24,2019, 3:29pm

    And yes... chloroform is part of a nutritious breakfast. Goes great with toast.

  • JustMarciaLima
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 4:10pm

    Hannibal?

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When your dash lines up just right

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  • rexx2l
    32 points Mar 24,2019, 2:51pm

    500 upvotes and no comments? 🤔

  • rarememedealer
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 6:54pm
  • LadsAndLaddiez
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:10pm

    👌

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  • rexx2l
    32 points Mar 24,2019, 2:51pm

    500 upvotes and no comments? 🤔

  • rarememedealer
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 6:54pm
  • LadsAndLaddiez
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:10pm

    👌

  • troysgamepickups
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:46pm

    If you ease off the ass you're doing something wrong.

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Classic Teen Titans

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  • LochNessLiz
    181 points Mar 24,2019, 11:46am

    This is blessed

  • Rickshaw-Man-1
    106 points Mar 24,2019, 12:18pm

    The girl one in from the left slowly morphs from angry to worried. It’s like telephone but with pictures

  • triforce777
    129 points Mar 24,2019, 12:45pm

    The last Beast Boy looks like he's having an existential crisis

  • Treeman1456
    21 points Mar 24,2019, 3:35pm

    I know that many people don’t like TTG and it’s art-style, but the art style is still pretty good imo. It’s nice and simplistic without looking super cheap unlike that new thundercats reboot

  • vjmdhzgr
    19 points Mar 24,2019, 1:49pm

    They go from least to most lips.

  • NLP19
    7 points Mar 24,2019, 5:21pm

    People are so talented

  • Prof_Alchem
    5 points Mar 24,2019, 5:31pm

    Friendly reminder that they're fighting over who gets to satisfy their blood-lust first and fire a death ray .

  • ThatBOSSChris
    9 points Mar 24,2019, 4:00pm

    I love how these completely ignore Cyborg's left hand is supposed to be on the controls, not just fist-bumping the air

  • ______Jones
    9 points Mar 24,2019, 3:01pm

    Teen Titans Go bad give me upvotes

  • DMercenary
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 6:41pm

    Someone do a galaxy brain version.

  • Furs_And_Things
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:03pm

    Starfire had some amazingly thick fluffy hair.

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  • LochNessLiz
    181 points Mar 24,2019, 11:46am

    This is blessed

  • Rickshaw-Man-1
    106 points Mar 24,2019, 12:18pm

    The girl one in from the left slowly morphs from angry to worried. It’s like telephone but with pictures

  • triforce777
    129 points Mar 24,2019, 12:45pm

    The last Beast Boy looks like he's having an existential crisis

  • greenTetrahedron
    119 points Mar 24,2019, 11:59am

    the classic teen titans cartoon was the fucking bomb and i hate what cartoon network has turned it into

  • Treeman1456
    21 points Mar 24,2019, 3:35pm

    I know that many people don’t like TTG and it’s art-style, but the art style is still pretty good imo. It’s nice and simplistic without looking super cheap unlike that new thundercats reboot

  • vjmdhzgr
    19 points Mar 24,2019, 1:49pm

    They go from least to most lips.

  • NLP19
    7 points Mar 24,2019, 5:21pm

    People are so talented

  • Prof_Alchem
    5 points Mar 24,2019, 5:31pm

    Friendly reminder that they're fighting over who gets to satisfy their blood-lust first and fire a death ray .

  • ThatBOSSChris
    9 points Mar 24,2019, 4:00pm

    I love how these completely ignore Cyborg's left hand is supposed to be on the controls, not just fist-bumping the air

  • ______Jones
    9 points Mar 24,2019, 3:01pm

    Teen Titans Go bad give me upvotes

  • DMercenary
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 6:41pm

    Someone do a galaxy brain version.

  • Furs_And_Things
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:03pm

    Starfire had some amazingly thick fluffy hair.

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The game was rigged from the start

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  • FreeFallingUp13
    411 points Mar 24,2019, 2:47pm

    My mom is into genealogy or whatever, going back and finding out your ancestors. Apparently, on my stepdad's side, we have ancestors named Big and Hearty Weed.The best part is, she found these names on April 20th.

  • Dapplegonger
    324 points Mar 24,2019, 2:54pm

    I found a Luigi married to a Luigia in my mom's family tree.

  • Singrgrl14
    492 points Mar 24,2019, 12:27pm

    This definitely isn’t weirder than that, but I had a great uncle named Sterling Silva

    Like sterling silver

    I don’t know who’s idea that one was but it was a terrible one

  • Omny87
    125 points Mar 24,2019, 4:41pm

    My dad has been working on our family tree for years as a hobby, and recently he discovered that we had a great-great-great-aunt/grandma (I don't remember the exact title) named "Olive Pitt".

    I'm not lying, her name was literally "Olive Pitt". It's like something out of a newspaper comic.

  • Kihara_Sedai
    88 points Mar 24,2019, 4:45pm

    I have a great aunt Robert. Apparently her parents had been trying for a boy but when they ended up with their sixth girl the dad said he wanted a junior so he insisted they named her Robert. Baby number 7 came a little over a year and a half later and it was a boy. They named him Robert too. Poor thing.

  • thechildscientist2
    73 points Mar 24,2019, 5:42pm

    My last name is Dickman. My father is Richard junior. His father is Richard senior. And his father? Harold. So we have harry Dickman, his son Dick Dickman senior, and his son Dick Dickman junior. That’s actually completely true.

  • olineostlin
    64 points Mar 24,2019, 2:46pm

    I once knew someone named Dick Ling. Not a relative of mine but anyways.

  • Smgth
    50 points Mar 24,2019, 2:35pm

    I’ve got one whose last name was Zahorchek...that’s about as weird as it gets.

    The weird part is we don’t know if they were Czech or Slav, the town was kind of in the middle.

  • Dan_BikeMan
    99 points Mar 24,2019, 2:37pm

    My 5th-great-grandma was named Dorcas Wickliffe, and she married her first cousin

  • LyerlyAva
    48 points Mar 24,2019, 5:36pm

    My ancestor’s legal name was “Strangeman Wilkinson” he started the first church in the town I grew up in.

  • emmaofthe9fingers
    31 points Mar 24,2019, 6:07pm

    One of my ancestors from Scandinavia is named Gandalf!

  • StellarBlitz
    34 points Mar 24,2019, 6:36pm

    My great uncle was named Gerald Fitzgerald

    Hoo boy you can’t make this stuff up

  • RomeoActual
    58 points Mar 24,2019, 4:26pm

    My grandfather told me about one of his childhood friends named Skip Cool.How are you going to name your kid that?Leave some pussy for the rest of us.

  • barazarya
    25 points Mar 24,2019, 5:00pm

    My great grandfather was named Irby Odd Jones

  • Erocitnam
    21 points Mar 24,2019, 5:58pm

    Mary A Kidd Lankford 1795 - 1873

    I'm also very fond of "Aurelius Cincinatus Gee "

    (Maiden name was Mary Lankford. I don't know where "Kidd" came from- a second husband, maybe? Odd that it's before her maiden name then. My records have her married to my ancestor Gutridge Thurmond Lyon. He also married a Mary "Polly" S Melton and my lineage is through her.)

  • genericusername8452
    16 points Mar 24,2019, 5:59pm

    I have an ancestor with the name Grosshans... and get this... his son's name was Cleinhans

    Also I have a great uncle named Zintis Buzzermanis

  • yeetmeacrossahighway
    17 points Mar 24,2019, 2:14pm

    My great granfather was called Imitair

  • Singdancetypethings
    15 points Mar 24,2019, 2:24pm

    Phucvoo, Negar, et al would like a word.

  • Pjyilthaeykh
    15 points Mar 24,2019, 5:21pm

    I have extremely distant Irish relatives who share my last name, notably a ‘Rhuridh’ fella

    He’s also next in line for a vassalage or however you call it, so maybe I can use my Crusader Kings 2 knowledge to de jure claim that bitch before he can but we’ll have to see

  • Anonymous-Latina
    13 points Mar 24,2019, 5:57pm

    Tibbwe Papabubaba (first name pronounced Tib-way) my 3x great grandfather. Not sure how the fuck he ended up with that name in Mexico. No idea where his parents were born or if he was originally from somewhere else but the rest of my family was born there and that’s where he died.

  • SoldMySoulForHairDye
    15 points Mar 24,2019, 5:37pm

    Hiram Lowesch. He went by 'Hi'. Hi Lowesch.

  • queer_cryptid
    13 points Mar 24,2019, 5:55pm

    The names Thomas and Nicolas have been running in my family but only for about 3 generations. Interestingly, my mother traced back our ancestry several hundred years and found that there were a TON of Thomas’s and Nicolas’s at one point, which no one had any idea about when we started using them. Cool coincidence.

  • KensieQ72
    12 points Mar 24,2019, 4:56pm

    I’ve got a distant uncle named Leroy McKinley. Always made me think of something a hillbilly would be named.

  • Theletter7
    10 points Mar 24,2019, 6:38pm

    I have a Crabtree Smyth somewhere down the family line. So that's neat.

  • generaldair
    8 points Mar 24,2019, 6:19pm

    I once saw a kid named Malaki Macedonia

    Not bad or anything but super killer name

  • Clean_minecraft_meme
    15 points Mar 24,2019, 4:13pm

    Mine was Mary Juana

  • Grahon
    6 points Mar 24,2019, 3:35pm

    Oppo was an out there name, but it was way back in Germany, so there's that.

  • liononfire128
    7 points Mar 24,2019, 5:55pm

    My moms mother's sibling and reltives with the same last name have misspelled the last name like 3 different ways so it a bit of a mess when following the family tree. And one of my grandmothers sibling 1 out of the 19(yes 19 all same couple) has his last name spelled wrong and they never bothered to fix it

  • TheSaltiestSaltine
    7 points Mar 24,2019, 6:45pm

    There was a woman in my line named Ida B. Gay

  • Watplr
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 5:59pm

    Kermit Dick “Dickman”, baby!

  • Dissidiana
    6 points Mar 24,2019, 7:04pm

    I'm related to several people named James Bond. Bond is my mother's maiden name, and there are some people in her family who thought it was a good idea to subject their kids to 007-themed bullying to the point where my cousin James Bond goes by "Bubby."

    Also, my grandpa's name is Jesus. That's kinda weird

  • Fyrebarde
    5 points Mar 24,2019, 7:18pm

    My great grandmother once dated a man named I.P. Rainwater.

  • loveisfolly
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:29pm

    My grandfather’s first name is Merlin,although he doesn’t answer to it. I’m not sure why his parents named him that.

  • Onchibiri
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 6:51pm

    My parents used to be in genealogy and they foung a Jean Bonneau who married a Marie Cornichon, so basically John Ham found his Mary Pickle.

  • TigerMafia420
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 7:09pm

    Four of my great grandparents were named Joseph and Josephine

  • Gongaloon
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:05pm

    I can't keep this in the groove, hey. My moves aren't smooth enough.

  • gary5870
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:12pm

    The wildest I could find was Yazzie LaSell

  • middleraged
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:27pm

    I have a great great grandmother named Texas, a great grandmother named James, and an aunt named Alvina. My aunt was supposed to be born a boy so “he” was going to be named after my grandfathers best friend Albert. When she was born they were unprepared and didn’t bother picking a girls name so they just added an ‘A’ at the end.

  • Dark_Inferno98
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:41pm

    We have a teacher in our school names Mrs. Gallbreath

  • paxweasley
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:49pm

    I had a Kermit in my family

    Interestingly enough he was good friends with Jim Henson make of that what you will

  • Leolily1221
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:56pm

    My Grandmothers brother was named Folke Bjork... immigrated from Sweden.

  • Buying_Bagels
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 7:31pm

    My grandpa’s name is Adolf....

    He was born in the 1920’s and went by Dorph. Safe to say no one has or will be named after my grandpa.

  • johnnyboyc
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 7:49pm

    One of my ancestor’s first names was Polycarpus. And the women all had weird first names too, including: Forgiveness, Thankful, and Charity.

  • AnaMorte
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 8:13pm

    We have a Fanny Bush in our family, some entertaining jokes have been made since discovering it of course.

  • strawberrystarry
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 6:40pm

    I have an uncle named Larry and an uncle named Joe.

  • EmpororJustinian
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 6:52pm

    My great grandfathers name was IB you said the litters sepertately. It didn’t stand fir anything

  • ZeromusPrime
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 7:25pm

    My Great-Great Grandma was named Agnes Skinner

  • RideAWhiteSwan
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 7:59pm

    I discovered I have a great-great-x-something aunt by the name of Theodocia Thimblethorpe.No idea what her parents were thinking.

  • Paroxysmal_Blue
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 8:13pm

    My grandmother told me we have an ancestor named Cloudesley Shovell, she keeps an old newspaper clipping she likes to show us (can't remember what it was about though)

  • airhornsman
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:34pm

    I have a great uncle named Napoleon Bonaparte "mom's maiden name".

  • shortsonapanda
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:40pm

    Now, it might seem like you've had a 14-karat run of bad luck, but, truth is,

  • a-large_tomato
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:46pm

    Cletus lithicum

  • Jalil343
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:50pm

    I don't think the system works.

  • Coltman97
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:12pm

    Oltman Oltmanns

  • Yolojaculation
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:13pm

    Great-Great-Uncle on my mom's side was Richard Peter Dick Jr.

  • synapse187
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:25pm

    Aleeki ShippAnd working in retail I came across a hypoleasha hypolight

  • DaemonsAngel
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:36pm

    I had a great great great etc grandfather named Harry Beardman. We have a super old portrait of him and he had the longest beard I've ever seen

  • emmny
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:38pm

    I have a great uncle Hercules. I keep telling my husband it's what I want to name our son, because it's a 'family name'.

  • nonoglorificus
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:39pm

    Mine is Harvey Logan, not a fancy name but he went by Kid Curry and was a famous gunslinger with Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’s Wild Bunch, so that’s pretty cool. He’s an ancestor on my dads side and one of my dad’s best friends was named Butch. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvey_Logan

  • RocketGirl2629
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:50pm

    One of my ancestors is named Balthazar Fox. I always thought that was kinda awesome.

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  • FreeFallingUp13
    411 points Mar 24,2019, 2:47pm

    My mom is into genealogy or whatever, going back and finding out your ancestors. Apparently, on my stepdad's side, we have ancestors named Big and Hearty Weed.The best part is, she found these names on April 20th.

  • Dapplegonger
    324 points Mar 24,2019, 2:54pm

    I found a Luigi married to a Luigia in my mom's family tree.

  • Singrgrl14
    492 points Mar 24,2019, 12:27pm

    This definitely isn’t weirder than that, but I had a great uncle named Sterling Silva

    Like sterling silver

    I don’t know who’s idea that one was but it was a terrible one

  • Atropos79
    221 points Mar 24,2019, 3:22pm

    One of my ancestors apparently married a woman whose dad’s name was Achilles Deatherage.

  • Omny87
    125 points Mar 24,2019, 4:41pm

    My dad has been working on our family tree for years as a hobby, and recently he discovered that we had a great-great-great-aunt/grandma (I don't remember the exact title) named "Olive Pitt".

    I'm not lying, her name was literally "Olive Pitt". It's like something out of a newspaper comic.

  • Kihara_Sedai
    88 points Mar 24,2019, 4:45pm

    I have a great aunt Robert. Apparently her parents had been trying for a boy but when they ended up with their sixth girl the dad said he wanted a junior so he insisted they named her Robert. Baby number 7 came a little over a year and a half later and it was a boy. They named him Robert too. Poor thing.

  • thechildscientist2
    73 points Mar 24,2019, 5:42pm

    My last name is Dickman. My father is Richard junior. His father is Richard senior. And his father? Harold. So we have harry Dickman, his son Dick Dickman senior, and his son Dick Dickman junior. That’s actually completely true.

  • olineostlin
    64 points Mar 24,2019, 2:46pm

    I once knew someone named Dick Ling. Not a relative of mine but anyways.

  • Smgth
    50 points Mar 24,2019, 2:35pm

    I’ve got one whose last name was Zahorchek...that’s about as weird as it gets.

    The weird part is we don’t know if they were Czech or Slav, the town was kind of in the middle.

  • Dan_BikeMan
    99 points Mar 24,2019, 2:37pm

    My 5th-great-grandma was named Dorcas Wickliffe, and she married her first cousin

  • LyerlyAva
    48 points Mar 24,2019, 5:36pm

    My ancestor’s legal name was “Strangeman Wilkinson” he started the first church in the town I grew up in.

  • emmaofthe9fingers
    31 points Mar 24,2019, 6:07pm

    One of my ancestors from Scandinavia is named Gandalf!

  • StellarBlitz
    34 points Mar 24,2019, 6:36pm

    My great uncle was named Gerald Fitzgerald

    Hoo boy you can’t make this stuff up

  • RomeoActual
    58 points Mar 24,2019, 4:26pm

    My grandfather told me about one of his childhood friends named Skip Cool.How are you going to name your kid that?Leave some pussy for the rest of us.

  • barazarya
    25 points Mar 24,2019, 5:00pm

    My great grandfather was named Irby Odd Jones

  • Erocitnam
    21 points Mar 24,2019, 5:58pm

    Mary A Kidd Lankford 1795 - 1873

    I'm also very fond of "Aurelius Cincinatus Gee "

    (Maiden name was Mary Lankford. I don't know where "Kidd" came from- a second husband, maybe? Odd that it's before her maiden name then. My records have her married to my ancestor Gutridge Thurmond Lyon. He also married a Mary "Polly" S Melton and my lineage is through her.)

  • genericusername8452
    16 points Mar 24,2019, 5:59pm

    I have an ancestor with the name Grosshans... and get this... his son's name was Cleinhans

    Also I have a great uncle named Zintis Buzzermanis

  • yeetmeacrossahighway
    17 points Mar 24,2019, 2:14pm

    My great granfather was called Imitair

  • Singdancetypethings
    15 points Mar 24,2019, 2:24pm

    Phucvoo, Negar, et al would like a word.

  • Pjyilthaeykh
    15 points Mar 24,2019, 5:21pm

    I have extremely distant Irish relatives who share my last name, notably a ‘Rhuridh’ fella

    He’s also next in line for a vassalage or however you call it, so maybe I can use my Crusader Kings 2 knowledge to de jure claim that bitch before he can but we’ll have to see

  • Anonymous-Latina
    13 points Mar 24,2019, 5:57pm

    Tibbwe Papabubaba (first name pronounced Tib-way) my 3x great grandfather. Not sure how the fuck he ended up with that name in Mexico. No idea where his parents were born or if he was originally from somewhere else but the rest of my family was born there and that’s where he died.

  • SoldMySoulForHairDye
    15 points Mar 24,2019, 5:37pm

    Hiram Lowesch. He went by 'Hi'. Hi Lowesch.

  • queer_cryptid
    13 points Mar 24,2019, 5:55pm

    The names Thomas and Nicolas have been running in my family but only for about 3 generations. Interestingly, my mother traced back our ancestry several hundred years and found that there were a TON of Thomas’s and Nicolas’s at one point, which no one had any idea about when we started using them. Cool coincidence.

  • KensieQ72
    12 points Mar 24,2019, 4:56pm

    I’ve got a distant uncle named Leroy McKinley. Always made me think of something a hillbilly would be named.

  • Theletter7
    10 points Mar 24,2019, 6:38pm

    I have a Crabtree Smyth somewhere down the family line. So that's neat.

  • generaldair
    8 points Mar 24,2019, 6:19pm

    I once saw a kid named Malaki Macedonia

    Not bad or anything but super killer name

  • Clean_minecraft_meme
    15 points Mar 24,2019, 4:13pm

    Mine was Mary Juana

  • Grahon
    6 points Mar 24,2019, 3:35pm

    Oppo was an out there name, but it was way back in Germany, so there's that.

  • liononfire128
    7 points Mar 24,2019, 5:55pm

    My moms mother's sibling and reltives with the same last name have misspelled the last name like 3 different ways so it a bit of a mess when following the family tree. And one of my grandmothers sibling 1 out of the 19(yes 19 all same couple) has his last name spelled wrong and they never bothered to fix it

  • TheSaltiestSaltine
    7 points Mar 24,2019, 6:45pm

    There was a woman in my line named Ida B. Gay

  • Watplr
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 5:59pm

    Kermit Dick “Dickman”, baby!

  • Dissidiana
    6 points Mar 24,2019, 7:04pm

    I'm related to several people named James Bond. Bond is my mother's maiden name, and there are some people in her family who thought it was a good idea to subject their kids to 007-themed bullying to the point where my cousin James Bond goes by "Bubby."

    Also, my grandpa's name is Jesus. That's kinda weird

  • Fyrebarde
    5 points Mar 24,2019, 7:18pm

    My great grandmother once dated a man named I.P. Rainwater.

  • loveisfolly
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:29pm

    My grandfather’s first name is Merlin,although he doesn’t answer to it. I’m not sure why his parents named him that.

  • Onchibiri
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 6:51pm

    My parents used to be in genealogy and they foung a Jean Bonneau who married a Marie Cornichon, so basically John Ham found his Mary Pickle.

  • TigerMafia420
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 7:09pm

    Four of my great grandparents were named Joseph and Josephine

  • Gongaloon
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:05pm

    I can't keep this in the groove, hey. My moves aren't smooth enough.

  • gary5870
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:12pm

    The wildest I could find was Yazzie LaSell

  • middleraged
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:27pm

    I have a great great grandmother named Texas, a great grandmother named James, and an aunt named Alvina. My aunt was supposed to be born a boy so “he” was going to be named after my grandfathers best friend Albert. When she was born they were unprepared and didn’t bother picking a girls name so they just added an ‘A’ at the end.

  • Dark_Inferno98
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:41pm

    We have a teacher in our school names Mrs. Gallbreath

  • paxweasley
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:49pm

    I had a Kermit in my family

    Interestingly enough he was good friends with Jim Henson make of that what you will

  • Leolily1221
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:56pm

    My Grandmothers brother was named Folke Bjork... immigrated from Sweden.

  • Buying_Bagels
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 7:31pm

    My grandpa’s name is Adolf....

    He was born in the 1920’s and went by Dorph. Safe to say no one has or will be named after my grandpa.

  • johnnyboyc
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 7:49pm

    One of my ancestor’s first names was Polycarpus. And the women all had weird first names too, including: Forgiveness, Thankful, and Charity.

  • AnaMorte
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 8:13pm

    We have a Fanny Bush in our family, some entertaining jokes have been made since discovering it of course.

  • strawberrystarry
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 6:40pm

    I have an uncle named Larry and an uncle named Joe.

  • EmpororJustinian
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 6:52pm

    My great grandfathers name was IB you said the litters sepertately. It didn’t stand fir anything

  • ZeromusPrime
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 7:25pm

    My Great-Great Grandma was named Agnes Skinner

  • RideAWhiteSwan
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 7:59pm

    I discovered I have a great-great-x-something aunt by the name of Theodocia Thimblethorpe.No idea what her parents were thinking.

  • Paroxysmal_Blue
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 8:13pm

    My grandmother told me we have an ancestor named Cloudesley Shovell, she keeps an old newspaper clipping she likes to show us (can't remember what it was about though)

  • airhornsman
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:34pm

    I have a great uncle named Napoleon Bonaparte "mom's maiden name".

  • shortsonapanda
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:40pm

    Now, it might seem like you've had a 14-karat run of bad luck, but, truth is,

  • a-large_tomato
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:46pm

    Cletus lithicum

  • Jalil343
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:50pm

    I don't think the system works.

  • Coltman97
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:12pm

    Oltman Oltmanns

  • Yolojaculation
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:13pm

    Great-Great-Uncle on my mom's side was Richard Peter Dick Jr.

  • synapse187
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:25pm

    Aleeki ShippAnd working in retail I came across a hypoleasha hypolight

  • DaemonsAngel
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:36pm

    I had a great great great etc grandfather named Harry Beardman. We have a super old portrait of him and he had the longest beard I've ever seen

  • emmny
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:38pm

    I have a great uncle Hercules. I keep telling my husband it's what I want to name our son, because it's a 'family name'.

  • nonoglorificus
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:39pm

    Mine is Harvey Logan, not a fancy name but he went by Kid Curry and was a famous gunslinger with Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’s Wild Bunch, so that’s pretty cool. He’s an ancestor on my dads side and one of my dad’s best friends was named Butch. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvey_Logan

  • RocketGirl2629
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:50pm

    One of my ancestors is named Balthazar Fox. I always thought that was kinda awesome.

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COMMENTS

  • Skyward_Shadow
    2 points Mar 23,2019, 8:00pm

    Can this be made please? I will pay for it!

COMMENTS

  • Skyward_Shadow
    2 points Mar 23,2019, 8:00pm

    Can this be made please? I will pay for it!

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Looks like a Flamingo to me.

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COMMENTS

  • milesv5
    5 points Mar 23,2019, 5:13pm

    Wait where’s the goose?

  • CanadianNoobGuy
    4 points Mar 23,2019, 6:45pm

    all birds do this to minimize heat loss, it's not trying to act like a flamingo

  • LazyLea
    -1 points Mar 23,2019, 6:54pm

    J.K. Rowling likes this

    (bad, way too meta meme nobody will get)

COMMENTS

  • milesv5
    5 points Mar 23,2019, 5:13pm

    Wait where’s the goose?

  • CanadianNoobGuy
    4 points Mar 23,2019, 6:45pm

    all birds do this to minimize heat loss, it's not trying to act like a flamingo

  • LazyLea
    -1 points Mar 23,2019, 6:54pm

    J.K. Rowling likes this

    (bad, way too meta meme nobody will get)

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Some things are a matter of perspective. But some aren't.

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COMMENTS

  • PerfectHair
    108 points Mar 23,2019, 11:50am

    Support your local Anti-fascist lads. Because if you don't, you'll have to deal with your local fascists.

  • double_nieto
    11 points Mar 23,2019, 4:30pm

    Before you leave an insightful comment, consider watching The Philosophy of Antifa that might answer a lot of questions/misconceptions you might have about antifascists.

  • CueDramaticMusic
    21 points Mar 23,2019, 1:22pm

    Every now and again, I wish I could un-take the (actually societally useful) red pill r/ChapoTrapHouse gave me, but I think we all know the stakes here. All a fascist knows how to do is take from others, up to and including lives, and the only way to stop the weeds is to salt the earth they wish to grow in.

    Staying home and waiting out the hurricane is not problem solving. Your happiness does not mean the world is as it should be. Staying silent only enforces the loudest voices in the room.

  • Verumero
    20 points Mar 23,2019, 11:05am

    Some things are a matter of perspective, but not politics. Thats black and white baby, just nazis and the heroes who are brave enough to condemn nazism.

  • Un_Mexicano
    2 points Mar 23,2019, 7:32pm

    Fight fascism at all levels.

  • findanegg
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 8:06pm

    friendly reminder we are in the timeline in which this sign has to be made

  • ZetZetix
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 7:03pm

    Thank god for Antifa, without them the streets would be full of fascist trashcans

  • tsar_zach_i
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 7:48pm

    Yeah except the people Antifa assaults are rarely fascists and those people (as well as real fascists) also have lives in which they do normal, peaceful things. Stop contributing to the idea that everything is a binary choice of good or evil.

  • mira-sys_418
    -1 points Mar 23,2019, 5:04pm

    Antifa is like the White Fang. They’re a bunch of holier-than-thou creeps who use force to get whatever they want.

    Opposing fascism is good. Opposing it violently makes it significantly less good. I’m glad there are people know know the difference.

  • upblack
    -30 points Mar 23,2019, 9:47am

    They sure do identify a lot of mundane shit as fascism for people who don’t want to be out fighting fascism

  • IG_BansheeAirsoft
    -25 points Mar 23,2019, 10:31am

    Automatically claiming the moral high ground and nonviolence when there are documented cases of your ideology also being violent is a bold move but let’s see how it plays out

    inb4 “mUh BoTh SiDeS” fuck off

  • kanguran
    -5 points Mar 23,2019, 4:16pm

    How about fascists and antifa both go shove a rod up their collective asses so we can all go home

  • doihavemakeanewword
    -10 points Mar 23,2019, 12:37pm

    Arguably, most anti-facists are being left alone. There are quite a lot of people who feel the same way they do but still hang out in their apartment anyway and get along just as well as they had the day before.

    The Anti-Facists aren't acting out of defense, but to squash a perceived threat before it can actually harm them. Which is exactly what the Nazis think they're doing when they go after Jews etc.

  • EmpororJustinian
    -9 points Mar 23,2019, 12:58pm

    Then why not do so PEACEFULLY? Let the Nazis be the bad guys and do all the violence. If antifa were dedicated to peaceful protest and whatever leadership they have denounce members who used it would Charlottesville Nazi sympathaizers be able to say “Violence on both sides”? Of course not. To quote Mahatma Ghandi

    First they laugh at you,Then they fight you,Then you win

    I support the destruction of modern fascism but antifa is not going to be the solution. Killing fire with Fire doesn’t work but killing it with water does.

  • mswayner65
    -38 points Mar 23,2019, 9:41am

    Yeah, I see so many videos of antifa members passing by a peaceful conservative meeting without engaging in violence. Oh wait, no they don't. They're violent communist thugs that are just as bad as the fascists they hate.

  • TotesMessenger
    -5 points Mar 23,2019, 1:36pm

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  • POOPOOBUTTCHEEKS
    -44 points Mar 23,2019, 9:55am

    Facism isn't even a problem in the US, if it was they wouldn't be able to protest. So this dipshit with the lazy sign could very well be at home cleaning his apartment.

  • Fuckyouimoffended
    -1 points Mar 23,2019, 6:30pm

    These antifa people are just strange

  • persona367
    -6 points Mar 23,2019, 2:56pm
  • S1lv3rw1nd
    -8 points Mar 23,2019, 3:58pm

    Let's say there's a mentally unstable man who's shooting random people. The police get sent there to deal with this assault. The man has to be tased. Would you argue that because the police used violence to stop a violent man, that they're just as bad as him? Let's have another analogy. A police officer tases a black man because he thought he was reaching for a gun, when really he was just reaching for his phone to pull up a picture and ask him a question. Would you use this and other cases of unprovoked police brutality against police officers, saying that they'll attack anyone who looks at them funny? The police exist to serve and protect. No matter how many mistakes are made, the majority always abides by the right code. Antifa similarly exists to protect and enact justice. I bet that if Antifa were gone for good, we'd have way more Nazis and white supremacists. Just like if we got rid of the police, no one would stop us from shooting people on the street.

    Why are you booing me, I'm right.

COMMENTS

  • PerfectHair
    108 points Mar 23,2019, 11:50am

    Support your local Anti-fascist lads. Because if you don't, you'll have to deal with your local fascists.

  • double_nieto
    11 points Mar 23,2019, 4:30pm

    Before you leave an insightful comment, consider watching The Philosophy of Antifa that might answer a lot of questions/misconceptions you might have about antifascists.

  • CueDramaticMusic
    21 points Mar 23,2019, 1:22pm

    Every now and again, I wish I could un-take the (actually societally useful) red pill r/ChapoTrapHouse gave me, but I think we all know the stakes here. All a fascist knows how to do is take from others, up to and including lives, and the only way to stop the weeds is to salt the earth they wish to grow in.

    Staying home and waiting out the hurricane is not problem solving. Your happiness does not mean the world is as it should be. Staying silent only enforces the loudest voices in the room.

  • stroopwaffen797
    41 points Mar 23,2019, 12:39pm

    On the one hand that guy is cool but on the other hand antifa seems to identify anyone even slightly conservative-leaning and anyone they think is racist regardless of evidence as a fascist and violently attack innocent bystanders and those trying to observe events or break up fights.

    Examples include the February 1st Berkeley riot where antifa members continued to attack people, set fires, and set off fireworks for hours after the event they were supposedly protesting was canceled. Notable targets include a woman speaking to a reporter who was pepper sprayed and a Syrian Muslim who was pepper sprayed and beaten for "looking like a nazi".

    Anti-fascists are good people who oppose fascism because they want the world to be a better place. Antifa members twist this message to advocate violence against anyone who does not join them, you know, what fascists do.

    Additionally, fascists thrive on the idea that their ideals are attacked and suppressed and need to be protected. Violently protesting any of their members from speaking anywhere simply feeds this idea. A better plan is to educate people not aligned with the movement and to give fascists the proper debate they supposedly want and embarrass them, because while the extremist left is based around the idea that anyone not supporting them is evil the extremist right is based around the idea that anyone not supporting them is poorly educated or doesn't know all the facts. While this won't work on the most extreme members it will help convince away a lot of the less extreme ones and help remove the manpower advantage that is the far right's most important tool.

    Last little thing, let me leave you guys with one of my favorite quotes, although I forget where I heard it

    "the best solution to extremism is almost never the opposing extreme"

  • Verumero
    20 points Mar 23,2019, 11:05am

    Some things are a matter of perspective, but not politics. Thats black and white baby, just nazis and the heroes who are brave enough to condemn nazism.

  • Un_Mexicano
    2 points Mar 23,2019, 7:32pm

    Fight fascism at all levels.

  • findanegg
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 8:06pm

    friendly reminder we are in the timeline in which this sign has to be made

  • ZetZetix
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 7:03pm

    Thank god for Antifa, without them the streets would be full of fascist trashcans

  • tsar_zach_i
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 7:48pm

    Yeah except the people Antifa assaults are rarely fascists and those people (as well as real fascists) also have lives in which they do normal, peaceful things. Stop contributing to the idea that everything is a binary choice of good or evil.

  • mira-sys_418
    -1 points Mar 23,2019, 5:04pm

    Antifa is like the White Fang. They’re a bunch of holier-than-thou creeps who use force to get whatever they want.

    Opposing fascism is good. Opposing it violently makes it significantly less good. I’m glad there are people know know the difference.

  • upblack
    -30 points Mar 23,2019, 9:47am

    They sure do identify a lot of mundane shit as fascism for people who don’t want to be out fighting fascism

  • IG_BansheeAirsoft
    -25 points Mar 23,2019, 10:31am

    Automatically claiming the moral high ground and nonviolence when there are documented cases of your ideology also being violent is a bold move but let’s see how it plays out

    inb4 “mUh BoTh SiDeS” fuck off

  • kanguran
    -5 points Mar 23,2019, 4:16pm

    How about fascists and antifa both go shove a rod up their collective asses so we can all go home

  • doihavemakeanewword
    -10 points Mar 23,2019, 12:37pm

    Arguably, most anti-facists are being left alone. There are quite a lot of people who feel the same way they do but still hang out in their apartment anyway and get along just as well as they had the day before.

    The Anti-Facists aren't acting out of defense, but to squash a perceived threat before it can actually harm them. Which is exactly what the Nazis think they're doing when they go after Jews etc.

  • EmpororJustinian
    -9 points Mar 23,2019, 12:58pm

    Then why not do so PEACEFULLY? Let the Nazis be the bad guys and do all the violence. If antifa were dedicated to peaceful protest and whatever leadership they have denounce members who used it would Charlottesville Nazi sympathaizers be able to say “Violence on both sides”? Of course not. To quote Mahatma Ghandi

    First they laugh at you,Then they fight you,Then you win

    I support the destruction of modern fascism but antifa is not going to be the solution. Killing fire with Fire doesn’t work but killing it with water does.

  • mswayner65
    -38 points Mar 23,2019, 9:41am

    Yeah, I see so many videos of antifa members passing by a peaceful conservative meeting without engaging in violence. Oh wait, no they don't. They're violent communist thugs that are just as bad as the fascists they hate.

  • TotesMessenger
    -5 points Mar 23,2019, 1:36pm

    I'm a bot, bleep, bloop. Someone has linked to this thread from another place on reddit:

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  • POOPOOBUTTCHEEKS
    -44 points Mar 23,2019, 9:55am

    Facism isn't even a problem in the US, if it was they wouldn't be able to protest. So this dipshit with the lazy sign could very well be at home cleaning his apartment.

  • Fuckyouimoffended
    -1 points Mar 23,2019, 6:30pm

    These antifa people are just strange

  • persona367
    -6 points Mar 23,2019, 2:56pm
  • S1lv3rw1nd
    -8 points Mar 23,2019, 3:58pm

    Let's say there's a mentally unstable man who's shooting random people. The police get sent there to deal with this assault. The man has to be tased. Would you argue that because the police used violence to stop a violent man, that they're just as bad as him? Let's have another analogy. A police officer tases a black man because he thought he was reaching for a gun, when really he was just reaching for his phone to pull up a picture and ask him a question. Would you use this and other cases of unprovoked police brutality against police officers, saying that they'll attack anyone who looks at them funny? The police exist to serve and protect. No matter how many mistakes are made, the majority always abides by the right code. Antifa similarly exists to protect and enact justice. I bet that if Antifa were gone for good, we'd have way more Nazis and white supremacists. Just like if we got rid of the police, no one would stop us from shooting people on the street.

    Why are you booing me, I'm right.