They’ve had 3 this year.
What’s the prob? The only party leadership requirement is to be a member.
If they keep going at this rate then everyone can have a go at being leader.
One of my relatives once saw a doctor named “Dr. Deeth”. Apparently, the original spelling had been d-e-A-t-h but the doctor had their name legally changed to reflect the pronunciation.
Don’t forget my boy Dick Swett!
Death or De’Ath is not that uncommon as a name- possibly from an ancestor who came from the Belgian town of Ath.
See, for instance, John Death who was Mayor of Cambridge in the 19th century:
Now there’s an action movie franchise just waiting to happen.
prepare to meet…
Lemme help! Ages ago, I worked somewhere that had a client named Richard Siemens (of course he went by Dick).
There used to be a vacuum repair place in Ann Arbor, behind Stadium Hardware, with a proprietor named Dick Sampier. Only thing is, on his sign, that “i” in his last name looked very much like an “l”.
No one has mentioned the urologist Dick Chopp yet?
No yokes, but when I worked in elfin safety for a larger organisation our director was Ms D’eath-Namechangedtoprotecttheguilty.
This topic was automatically closed after 5 days. New replies are no longer allowed.