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I know the name is bad, but I couldn't think of a more appropriate name for this. also, i know there are many more names that need to be added but i didn't have time to think of them. gimme suggestion
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May 27th, 2010 at 21:55 GMT
i figured this was a good idea, but i really need help filling in more and coming up with a better title.. so please can i get some help from the sporcle community.. i know theres loads more, but the only ones that come to mind are austin powers names (ivana humpalot, fook mi, etc.)
May 27th, 2010 at 23:08 GMT
The Austin Powers names are double entendres because they are copying the double entendre names from James Bond movies. Two off the top of my head are Pussy Galore and Xenia Onatop. It would be worth checking the character names of various Bond girls through the years for more.
May 28th, 2010 at 04:36 GMT
true, but im trying to get non james bond/austin powers names; it wouldnt be too good with all names from those series... and is a double entendre an accurate term to describe names? i mean it works with situations and sentences, because it works as a literal phrase, but it also can be interpretted in another, often dirty, way.. like here i just mean you can play around with their name to make other names (ex. Louis Cyphre= Lucifer in Angel Heart)
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