Wedded Bliss




I wonder if any of these brides went for the double-barrelled option?



Probably not………….







Thanks to my Lovely G for sending these to me!


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Its difficult enough to have a surname that lends itself to mispronunciation or ridicule [my French-Canadian surname gave me enough difficulties] but this batch is almost too funny!
Have you ever noticed how the names of characters in books have been chosen to give the reader a bias re their personas?
Lovely. Thansk for cheering me up.

I wonder if there was ever a marriage between Ivor Dick and Moira Less
You're right, probably not but Mr and Mrs Hardy-Harr, well that one is just about too tempting not to. How can you not have a good life with that name :)
Alistair said…
Thanks folks - these made me giggle too.

If only that one had been Hardy-Harr-Harr it would have been perfect eh Sandy?

Honestly TSB! - there were some others I decided not to include {but that wasn't one of them. Ha}

You have to have a good name for a character in a book - especially the villan to add a bit of 'oomf' I think MM
jono said…
You and G just made my day. Nearly choked on my noodles. :)
Rebecca S. said…
Tee-hee! Crapp-Beer is the best :)
Thanks to you and you L.G. for sharing.

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