Friday, October 06, 2006

Friday Top 10

Top 10 Character Names...

10. A one legged woman named Peg.

9. An airport security guard named Pat.

8. A car wash attendant named Buff.

7. A duck hunter named Bill.

6. A fisherman named Gil.

5. A weathergirl named Gail.

4. A beach lover named Sandy.

3. A witch named Wanda.

2. A rock climber named Cliff.

And the number one character name...

1. A crook named Robin.

Okay, it was the best I could do on short notice. I need more ideas!


Heather said...

As always, you started my Friday morning with a giggle.

Robin Cynclair said...

Okay, why are ya pickin' on ME? are BAD!

Gina said...

How about taking the classics and renaming them in a different genre...Gone with the Wind as a cozy mystery could be Who stole that Wind?

Okay, so you won't be asking me to fill in for Friday Top 10, but at least it's an idea!

Ron Estrada said...

Hmmm...that may go well with my "Top 10 Most Unfortunate casting roles for classic literature." You know, Roseanne as Lady MacBeth, that sort of thing.

Dineen A. Miller said...

LOL! What a hoot!

Mark said...

It reminds me of those tasteless quadraplegic jokes:

What do you call a quadraplegic in a pool?


What do you call a quadraplegic on your wall?


What do you call a quadraplegic at your door?


I'm reminded of a bipolar killer in one of Jonathan Kellerman's novels whose last name was Moody.

And of course, there's Del Capslock, a recurring character in John Sandford's "Prey" novels. If it doesn't ring a bell, take a look at your keyboard. Sandford commented he must have been writing late at night.

Mark Terry