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He should look after me for a change.
I guess I have to do everything myself, as usual.
Welcome to my world.
I'm so glad you said that, because I was going to be too polite to mention it! Call him Nobby :)
That's a good one! Just tell your wife the name is taken after Nolberto «Nobby» Solano - the former Newcastle United player, if she gets suspicious.
Or you could name him after a famous writer or musician. She can’t say no to that.
Rod Stewart or Balzac perhaps?
I'd call him Max.
«Nobby» Solano is also an accomplished trumpet player!
Keeping with the unique pattern this little guy has on his face I suggested Magnum to my wife, and said 'it's based off my favorite 80's TV character' and she saw right through that one
Doesn't sound as fun, does it. Maybe something in a different language?
Edit: the Norwegian translation - kuk, doesn't sound like a name either, haha!
We're big Punisher fans here :D
Frank is an innuendo in English?! You learn something new every day I guess!
I've seen Domino hunting before, but nothing like this. It was pure sadism.
Hotdogs are also known as franks. Almost any nickname you can think of for a hotdog or a sausage can also be a nickname for a tallywacker in Western culture.
What about Tallywacker for the cat's name?
Some people also have two names for their pets! What about Frank Tallywacker?
Lol if he was an outdoor cat it would be worth it to see yelling that out the back door to come home. :))
COME HERE, MALE GENITALIA!
DN for Dr No (Treading in Water). ;)