Ah, those super Crush names…

But first…
Dulltown, UK: Today’s rather nice name for a fish is – the smelt. (smelt)

Veronica Crush (writer from the glory days of the Hull Surrealist League, now living in New York with tall tree surgeon and heir to a multimillion dollar fortune, Monty Tick) has just been in touch again. She sent some more of her spare character names for me to use in my witty dialogues, or even share, free of charge, with the world on these popular bloggy pages.
So, if you are a writer and you are a bit stuck coming up with interesting names for your characters, do please dip in and grab a couple of these corkers.
Veronica tells me that they come to her in the night, and she feels obliged to jot them down in her bedside journal, rather than have them float off into the darkness to evaporate away, and be lost to humanity forever…

Jenny Beams
Lord Rugg of Axminster
Fanny Brightarts
The Honourable Terrence Sump RA
Cornelia Pesh-Duction
Malcolm Tents
‘Dirty’ Ben Sidewall
Vanessa Steinway-Scuff
Dr Ruth Mansard Roof
Rear Admiral Sir Bosworth Koch RN
Juniper Jimjams
Horace Hooper Handl
Franz Friedrich Wormi
Lady Jane Stain
Autumn Glade
Adolph and Alicia Schtux
Bob Tom Pangolin MA
Karl Emanuel Scheithaus
Anouk Humpster

About Dave Whatt

Grumpy old surrealist artist, musician, postcard maker, bluesman, theatre set designer, and debonair man-about-town. My favourite tools are the plectrum and the pencil...
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9 Responses to Ah, those super Crush names…

  1. Jheron Bash says:

    Didn’t Fanny Brightarts marry Karl Scheithaus?

  2. Sharon Mann says:

    I want to known as Juniper Jimjams in my next life.

  3. Dana Doran says:

    Veronica’s been down the housecleaning aisle…..Autumn Glade is the name of a room-freshening spray! I’m pretty sure I’ve met “Dirty” Ben Sidewall….

  4. Horace Hooper Handl sounds quite good. And I read Fanny Brightarts as Fanny Brightfarts, which had me giggling like a loon. Must fetch my glasses before I read anymore! šŸ™‚

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