A man of few words, our Lunker.
I have the opposite problem. Supervisors and other coworkers shorten my name, and when you ask them to stop, they claim it’s a habit.
Kindred spirit. “Rach can you do this?” [glower] “Uh, I meant Rachel.” Criminy. Is an extra syllable so hard?!
When Lunker get angry, Lunker smash.
For a trip down memory lane:
Like has been said, Lunker awesome.
We should have seen this coming. The one answer to Josh’s reign of terror is the one answer to every problem: Lunker!
Hahah! Yep! Like my daddy always said “A large hammer will prevail where truth and logic fail.”
Looks like Little Stewart has pissed off Lunker in record time, hopefully that quick little verbal attitude adjustment sticks with him.
Josh is reminding me of a newly minted manager we have. I predict formal complaints are being drafted for the moment that Marla comes back.
Isn’t ‘Mel’ a shortened name or nickname already? Storytime! Back in college days (yep a long time ago sonny!), an instructor asked a classmate a question “Larry, what is….?” He cut his question short by stating ” You only have two choices- call me Laurence or call me Buzz”. He still graduated in the top 2%…
On the flip side, my dad had a colleague who insisted on calling him “Lawrence.” It didn’t matter how many times my dad explained that Larry was not his nickname…it was the name his mom put on the birth certificate…the guy still insisted on calling him “Lawrence.” He said nicknames were “vulgar!”
Lunker is the best!
Go Lunker! Go Lunker! Go Lunker!
I used to hang out with a guy that everyone called “Lurch”, and I thought it was kind of a nasty nickname (he was HUGE, probably close to a real life equivalent of Lunker) until I found out that Lerch is actually his last name!
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