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"I've changed the company's name, Edith. Ours, of course, will remain the same."
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"Please call me Michael – Mr. Met is my father's name."
Tags:mets, baseball, baseball mascot, baseball mascots, mascot, mascots, sports mascot, sports mascots, baseball lover, baseball lovers, introduction, introductions, first name, first names, surname, surnames, baseball fan, baseball fans, sport, sports, sports fan, sports fans, sports lover, sports lovers
"Your credit rating is fine, Mr. Deadbeat. It's something else that's making lending institutions wary."
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"I do love you, Ross. But I'm not ready to hyphenate yet."
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"We're giving her my name and his name, but we're not going to hyphenate."
"No one whose name is pronounced that way lives here."
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"Look, darling, he's your baby, and you can name him what you want, but Mohammed Ginsburg?"
"I had considered hyphenating my last name, but now I'm leaning towards and underscore."
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'I'm sorry, Mr Aaron, but we checked with your school and you only graduated first in your class alphabetically.'
"Well, Mr Macfarlane, what makes you think that you'd be a good fit for this firm?"
Kriten, Kriten and Kriten Enterprises.
"Mr. Peanut is my dad—you can call me Rick."
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"Nothing personal, but we'd like you to downsize your name."
'Why aren't comets ever discovered by people named Smith or Jones?'
"Dickie and I were so relieved to hear that you were born with you hyphen."
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"'Dear Mrs. Zeus?!' The name's Hera!"
"Mr. Goodrich, it's time we called each other by our first names."
'Change my name to yours? That's silly, whoever heard of a girl named Ralph?'
"Hey, man, to us you're just Bob. Around here, we don't do well with last names."
"And will you take my name even if you wind up making more money than I do?"
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"Will you be keeping your own name or rebranding?"
"I'm not impressed by hyphenated names, Mr Smi-th."
'Well Mr Smith, what makes you think you'd be a fit for this firm?'
'Good morning, Mr. Zymmer. We've decided to audit everyone in the country in reverse alphabetical order.'