More of those free Veronica Crush names…

But first…
Dulltown, UK: Today’s carefully selected adjectives are: frosty, wonky, pabular, ganoid, azygous, plumularian, and pithy.
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Oh good! Another sheet of spare character names from 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.
She says that every day she comes up with far more character names than she can ever use in her writing, so she generously sends a bunch of them to me to publish here on my pages so as to be available to budding writers who haven’t the imagination to think up interestingly named people to inhabit their stories. Please do feel free to dip in!
Mischievously Veronica has slipped a real person’s name into the list. See if you can guess which one it is. Answer at the foot of the page.

Simon Tube MA
Caroline Harsh
Beverley Rhodend
Michelangelo Antonioni
Dame Electra Boon-Seths
Wendy Gusts (‘Windy’ to her friends)
Robyn Bobbins RA
Barbarella Fonda
Seymour Bear-Ass
Billy-Boy Schmetz
Lord Woolbox of Dyke
Lao Tzu Pilkington
Lady Pamela Dungeons
Penny Waddling-Duq
‘Mad’ Tommy Carpets
General Sir Bob Slithergut DSO
Jamie Amy Cavie
Boris Xanx

(Real character name – Click here!)

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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7 Responses to More of those free Veronica Crush names…

  1. Dana Doran says:

    I can’t bear to look! I do hope it’s Lord Woolbox of Dyke!! Oh, don’t tell me… I woke this morning with a halting cramp in my clicking finger.

  2. Dana Doran says:

    Similar…”right up your alley” – so, not quite a street, but, an alley. So, to a lesser degree (ho ho!)
    I still haven’t clicked. Shall I wait until I have a martini? (not shaken nor stirred…as a matter of fact leave out the vermouth entirely – it ruins the vodka?)

  3. Dana Doran says:

    Ok. I’ve done it. I should have figured….it’s always the Italians! I should have recognized the name, somewhere along the line I’ve seen that movie – must have been years after the original release….what a film!

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