Choking my Chicken!

Chicken Choking - This is a chicken being choked.
@buldwgz (1483)
United States
November 1, 2008 10:57am CST
As a young child of maybe two or three years of age I had a favorite toy that I named lovingly "Mother Fu$@#r", much to the horror of my mom. This toy was a Rooster bank that was approx. two feet tall and made of orange plastic. My mom told me that she didn't think the name was very appropriate and that I should change it. So I did. From "Mother Fu$@#r" to just "Fu$@3r". She was still horrified. I have no idea where I got the name, but now, whenever I see a rooster I call it a "mother effer". Do you have a similar story of oddball names? Please share.
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@webeishere (36353)
• United States
1 Nov 08
When my son was a small child he could not say FIRETRUCK. It came out as FIREFCUK. So I had called them that for many years. I wouldn't allow him though. HAPPY POSTINGS FROM GRANDPA BOB !!~
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@buldwgz (1483)
• United States
2 Nov 08
That is a good one. I bet it is hard not to say "firefcuk" after calling it that for so long. Thanks for the response.
@Erilyn (3020)
• United States
1 Nov 08
Wow, just wow. Somehow though that doesn't really surprise me about you. I have to admit though I did have a cat we named Fugly or Fugs for short. The best was the day my oldest daughter came home from school and announced that she finally knew what it meant (after a year) and said how mean it was till she saw that cat and really looked at him. She never said anything else about Fugs!
@buldwgz (1483)
• United States
1 Nov 08
I am sure that Fugly was well loved, even though his name fit, lol. Thanks for the response.