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Gen X in the Golden Years.
"Ben is my given name, and E-Z Stomper is my street name."
Thomas the Tank Engine. Harold the Helicopter. Bob the Crane
"One more thing, Miss Kellogg. In line with our more aggressive marketing stance, I'd like you to start calling me Lefty."
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"Don't get your hopes up, honey. I call everybody 'honey.'"
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"My father-who the hell do you think named me Edward the Lesser?"
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"It's come to my attention you're using my name as an epithet."
"I used to be 'Unemployed Larry." But no more! Now I am 'Citizen Larry,' and over the next few months I will seek the bright light and open spaces of this beautiful country and ask for the wise counsel of its people."
"I'm sorry, sir, but I don't believe you know us well enough to call us the Fed."
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"You're probably wondering how I got the nick name, kill-bot. Well, it's a funny story. . ."
Young bananas talking to each other as adult banana gives them cookies: 'I have the best Nana.'
"This is Edward the Great. I don't know any Edward the Weenie."
Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston
'What do you mean you're a vegetarian?'
"Mordecai '3 Exes' Brown"
"Hatless" Bill Johnson
"Some of the older boys can be a bit rowdy, but I'm sure you have nothing to worry about, Mr. Smallcrotch."
"How's your old lady?"
"Yes, the Uncatchable Cat Burglar is a great nickname - but can I suggest you combine it with running away?"
"Are you the one they call El Cóndor?"
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'I'm 364720181, but you can just call me 36.'